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The Barbershop - Open Mic
The York College Male Initiative Program and Pi Eta Kappa invite you to let your voice be heard! Come out and celebrate the art of storytelling and poetry by reading one of your own works out loud. Our theme is: An Unexpected Twist! Your poem/short story must follow the theme and be no more than 4 minutes long.
NAFME Lecture - Hip Hop and American History
Confronting the Politics of Abandonment: Hip Hop and American History, From South Bronx to Ferguson, Missouri.
Let There Be Peace On Earth
The York College Gospel Choir invites you to our annual holiday concert, where our theme is peace on earth!
Endometriosis Awareness Event
Come and learn about this crippling condition that effects 1 out of every 10 women.
The Ellington Concert
The York College Gospel Chorus presents the music of Duke Ellington, with special guests. All are invited to attend.
The Barbershop
Is equality the same once you're released? Transitioning after incarceration!
Located in Members / Marcia Moxam-comrie
The Barbershop
You Are Not Alone, The Documentary. This very important film explores the various social factors that contribute to depression among Black gay men.
Black History Month Lecture Resource List
The following is the resource list provided by Dr. Ron Daniels during his February 19, 2013, Black History Month Lecture.
Located in Members / Marcia Moxam-comrie
November's Barbershop - The Struggle Continues
Feeling discouraged, like you cannot make it? Feeling like no one understands your struggle? Are the pressures of your life beginning to stress you out? You are not alone. Come out and hear how others, just like you have managed to see their way through the storm.
Teachers as Leaders Event
The York College Male Initiative Program continues its long-stated goal of recruiting and graduating future educators, particularly young men of color, as we invite all future educators to our Teachers as Leaders Event.