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ART IS CULTURE! 


A mural is evidence of the culture and community that thrives and dominates in that area. It tells people that they DESERVE to live in a BEAUTIFUL NEIGHBORHOOD that is clean, safe, and respected. In September 2017 at Infinity Mennonite Church of Harlem SAFE in Harlem teens in collaboration with Thrive Collection created this artistic masterpieces, which represents their vision of Harlem's past, present and future.

 

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HARLEM NONPROFIT FIGHTS YOUTH DRUG USE

Several of S.A.F.E. in Harlem's partners gathered at Harlem Hospital on Monday. Among others, Felicia Pullen is fourth from the left, and Dr. Maurice Wright is fourth from the right.

- Daily News

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PHOTO PROJECT TO DOCUMENT DRUG AND ALCOHOL ADVERTISEMENTS IN HARLEM

As part of a local nonprofit's initial assessment of substance abuse among Harlem teens, New York Institute of Technology students will photograph drug and alcohol advertising in West Harlem this semester.

- Columbia Spectator


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PREVENTION SPECIALISTS MADE A ‘MONUMENTAL IMPACT’ AT CADCA’S 26TH FORUM

Nearly 2,700 substance abuse prevention and treatment specialists from throughout the country convened at CADCA’s 26th Annual National Leadership Forum this week at the Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center in National Harbor, Md.

- CADCA

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PREVENTION SPECIALISTS MADE A ‘MONUMENTAL IMPACT’ AT CADCA’S 26TH FORUM

Gather4Good Radio: Interview with Drug Abuse Prevention Activist Felecia Pullen [Audio]

- Gather4Good