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October 28, 2011

Councilmember Robert Jackson presents $2Million check to BHC

From Councilmember Jackson’s press release:

Council Member Robert Jackson was joined by Assembly members Denny Farrell and Guillermo Linares as well as community leaders at a press conference on Friday October 28th, to celebrate and acknowledge Broadway Housing Communities (BHC)’s…

Art, Architecture, and Activism at Harvard University

Harvard Graduate School of Education Website | October 28, 2011
by Jill Anderson

After years of planning and collaboration among artists, activists, and architects, a green educational and cultural arts mixed-use development will open next year on the boundary of Harlem’s…

October 20, 2011

Thank You, Mickey Appleman!

Mickey Appleman, an author and retired college professor living in New Jersey, befriended us after reading the wonderful New York Times piece written by Charles Blow, which was published in September.

Mickey is no stranger to helping others,…

October 14, 2011

The Sugar Hill Project presentation at Harvard University – Friday, October 21

As part of its ongoing Askwith Forums series,
the Harvard Graduate School of Education presents

Art, Architecture and Activism:
The Sugar Hill Project

Friday, October 21st from 4-5:30pm
Askwith Hall, Harvard University

Advisor and Friend of Sugar Hill Steven Seidel will deliver the introduction, followed…

A place to call home: Dorothy Day Apts. fine example of supportive housing for poor

New York Daily News | October 14, 2011

…”I love this place. It’s a lifesaver,” said the restaurant worker and father of three, including 4-year-old Artyairish. “This place” is the Dorothy Day Apartments on Riverside Drive and W. 135th St.,…

September 23, 2011

It Takes a Village

The New York Times | September 23, 2011

…Madison is 4 years old. She is happy and thriving. This is her second year of Head Start in the basement of a building that houses the poor and homeless in one…

September 17, 2011

BHC Hosts Bowdoin College’s Common Good Day Event

Broadway Housing Communities was delighted to be partner in Bowdoin College’s 13th annual Common Good Day on Saturday, September 17th.

Over 20 Bowdoin volunteers joined Broadway Housing staff and families to paint two huge mural panels commemorating the legends of…

August 31, 2011

9/11 PEACE STORY QUILT at the Met

In response to the events of September 11, 2001,  Broadway Housing Communities youth participants created the art and narrative for “What Will You do for Peace”, a project sponsored by the Inter-Relations Collaborative. This project gained the…

August 5, 2011

Riverside on the Ganges

Homage to the Cosmic Complexity of India

Photography exhibit by Jay Dorfman

Opening Reception Saturday, August 6, 2011



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