Afaf Muhammad interviews Jersey City youth activist Jai Patel; a discussion on the importance of youth activists, and the recent national March For Our Lives Rally.
On Saturday, July 22, 2017 during Marion Gardens’ Health and Fun Day (organized by Katina Gibson) and Senior Breakfast (organized by Kimberly Ross Vice President of Marion Gardens’ Resident Council) … Continue reading
On Friday, June 2, 2017 Public School No. 34 celebrated the naming of their school. For over one hundred years Public School No. 34 did not bear a name. In … Continue reading
On Saturday, April 29th, self appointed street cleaner, Vietnam Veteran Raheem, in the neighborhood of 297 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive in Jersey City, received support from the I love Greenville committee … Continue reading
On Friday, May 5th Founder Amy Albert, board members and supporters came together for Haven’s First Annual Gala at 201 Montgomery Street in Jersey City. The space provided by Silverman at Charles & … Continue reading
In light of the many crimes that have been plaguing Jersey City, youth from the Jersey City Cross Community Engagement (JCCCE) held a town hall meeting hosted by Implementing Partner Doris Johnson … Continue reading
On Friday, November 4th, Assemblywoman Angela McKnight held the first Community Dinner which brought members of multiple communities in, and around Jersey City, together at the Mary McLeod Bethune Life Center on … Continue reading
On Monday, October 17th, Mussab Ali and Kimberly Goycochea, two of this year’s Board of Education’s election candidates, met with residents of Marion Gardens in Jersey City. The Fit It … Continue reading
P.S. 34 Naming Committee and supporters stand together to name school after President Barack Obama.