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Wed Oct 15th: The Young Lords Legacy @ Medgar Evers College

#BarrioEdProj can’t make it, but we highly encourage those of you who can to make their way over to Medgar Evers College on Wednesday Oct. 15th. Looks to be a wonderful event.   Here is is the PDF of the program

Christina talks about how East Harlem is portrayed in the media

Listen to Christina speak about her experience growing up in East Harlem. If you have any constructive comments or reflections you want …

Interview with Pedro Pedraza, part ii: Bilingual Ed and ASPIRA

Part 2 of our interview with Pedro Pedraza, East Harlem resident, retired researcher at the Center of Puerto Rican Studies (Centro), founder …

Interview with Pedro Pedraza, part i: Coming to East Harlem

Part 1 of the #BarrioEdProj interview with Pedro Pedraza, East Harlem resident, retired researcher at the Center of Puerto Rican Studies (Centro), …

View: Reimagining education: A public conversation on Edu in East Harlem

Here is footage of Reimagining Education: A public conversation on Education in East Harlem We invite you to view the panel and …

Education in our Barrios, #BarrioEdProj

#BarrioEdProj: A Digital, Critical Participatory Action Research Project In 2013, the Education in our Barrios Project, #BarrioEdProj, was initiated by Edwin Mayorga as …

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