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Reading for the Record and a Visit from Simba

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On October 3, children and adults across America united to read the children’s book Otis by Loren Long as part of Jumpstart’s national campaign, Read for the Record. Each year, this campaign brings millions individuals together to promote the importance of early childhood education, literacy and kindergarten preparedness.

James Brown Family Children Foundation Brings Holiday Cheer to Harlem

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Fun and Fitness in Harlem

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Children’s Aid Prepares Youth for the Changing Job Market

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Making Music in West Harlem at the Drew Hamilton Learning Center!

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Teens Talk Education with Children's Aid NYC and the New York City Council, Department of Education

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