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Walking Tour with Michael Henry Adams – Undesignated Historic Assets of West Harlem Hamilton Heights
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Walking Tour: Focus on Undesignated Historic Assets of West Hamilton Heights. Join the conversation: learn about your neighborhood history, historic sites, and call for historic preservation advocacy to protect endangered sites of historic significance! Saturday, May 21st at 1:00 pm Community Board 9 sponsored Walking tour led by Michael Henry Adams. FREE - RSVP 212-939-9201 or eventbrite Meeting point: NE corner Broadway & West 146th Street

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#DegreesNYC – New Community Initiative to Address College Access Inequities

Goddard Riverside Options Center, Graduate NYC and Young Invincibles are leading an effort to bring the NYC community together to address inequities in college access and success through a new project called #DegreesNYC. We are particularly trying to address racial/ethnic and income gaps in post-secondary readiness, enrollment and completion rates. To join the conversation, come to a Manhattan Borough Meeting on Thursday, March 31 from 4 - 6:30 pm

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Partnership for Parks: How Can I Improve My Park?
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   Interested in helping make your local park even better?  Not sure how to get involved or who in city government to contact?      Attend this launch event to be among the first to receive a new illustrated step-by-step guideto getting involved in your park. Our expert panelists, including Parks Department and elected official speakers, will be on hand to answer your questions. Panelists: First Deputy Commissioner Liam Kavanagh, NYC

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City College of New York President Coico’s Proposed Project Threatens Architectural Integrity of the Hamilton Heights Historic District. Residents Outraged!
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Help Protect the Hamilton Heights - Sugar Hill Historic Districts.  Join the Historic Preservation Advocacy Committee.  After many years of community advocacy and ongoing efforts to preserve and protect the historical and architectural integrity of the Hamilton Heights - Sugar Hill Districts, one of Manhattan's most desirable neighborhoods for it's rich housing stock, wide avenues, and quiet, foliaged blocks, City College of New York is about to

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National Trust for Historic Preservation: Preserving African American Historic Places
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Preserving African American Historic Places By Brent Leggs, Kerri Rubman, and Byrd Wood.   The National Trust for Historic Preservation works to save America’s historic places the next generation. We take direct, on-the-ground action when historic buildings and sites are threatened. Our work helps build vibrant, sustainable communities. We advocate with governments to save America’s heritage. We strive to create a cultural legacy that is

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