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Barbershop
The next session of the Barbershop will be held on Wednesday, April 16th, at 6:00PM in Room 2D01. The topic is, "Gangs in the Community." We will have as our special guest Mr. Randy J. LaFargue, from the Public Advocate's Office.
Barbershop
This month's session will feature York College's very own Alimamy M. Kamara Jr., of the Office of Admissions. Alimammy is not only a very talented executive with York College, but a filmmaker as well. We will be showing his feature film, "Monster In My Room."
Barbershop "Dealing with Male Depression"
Visit the Barbershop and discuss the latest in the male psychic.
Barbershop Forum
Don't miss the next exciting session of the Barbershop. This month's topic is, "Treat Her Like A Lady," where will discuss the problems of domestic violence in our community.
Barbershop Session
Don't miss this semester's first Barbershop session on Friday, September 26, at 5:30PM. New day and time! Meet renowned photographer Ezra Mabengeza.
Barbershop Session
Don't miss the second session of this semester's topic of, "Stopping the Violence." Join us, along with members of the law enforcement community, to discuss issues effecting students, residents and the entire community.
Barbershop Session - Meet the Author
Don't miss this exciting opportunity to meet Mr. Walter K. Smith, author of "Tell Our Story." His book chronicles his life growing up in Harlem, New York and the many obstacles that were before him.
Black Executive Exchange Program Luncheon
BEEP Luncheon
Black History Month Barbershop
Forgetting the Past: Have today's youth forgotten those that have paved the way? Has our educational system neglected to teach efficiently and effectively, the history of African-Americans?
Black History Month Lecture
Dr. Ron Daniels - Distinguished Lecturer, presents a Black History Month Lecture. "Can We All Get Along? The Role of Black History and Multi-Cultural Studies in Creating A More Perfect Union." All are invited to attend and participate in this very timely discussion.