Video : François Nzi gives African parents guidance on how to effectively homeschool their children this summer amid coronavirus crisis

Africa in Harlem invited the founder and executive director of New York Math Academy and Coaching Services Inc., François Nzi, to offer African parents guidance on how to effectively homeschool their children this summer amid the coronavirus crisis. For more … Read More

Coronavirus: New York City lays out plan for reopening on June 8

Photo credit: Muhammad With the Test and Trace Corps launched on June 1, and the number of positive cases, hospitalizations, and cases in the ICU in continuous decline, New York City is ready to have construction, manufacturing, wholesale suppliers, and … Read More

Wolof : Unemployment – Cash Assistance – Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT)

Africa in Harlem put together a visual presentation in Wolof on unemployment, cash assistance, Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) and other COVID-19 financial assistance programs available for African immigrants in New York City.    Related Images:

Coronavirus: Families eligible for $420 per child receiving free and reduced-price meals at school through Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT)

The New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance announced earlier this month additional food assistance of more than $880 million to help New Yorkers with children who previously received free and reduced-price meals at school. The Pandemic Electronic … Read More

Coronavirus: How to celebrate and perform the Eid prayer at home

Africa in Harlem invited Imam Barry to explain how to celebrate and perform the Eid prayer at home during the Coronavirus crisis.  Related Images:

Coronavirus: About 178,000 of NYC Public School students will need summer learning

This summer, the NYC Department of Education will provide academic support to approximately 177,700 students with remote summer learning. This adjusted summer learning model will offer education and services to students with disabilities and provide academic support and additional time … Read More

Coronavirus : Black children are the most affected by the new “Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome Associated with COVID-19”

The number of cases of the “Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome Associated with COVID-19” has risen in New York City to reach 110 confirmed cases; in 54 percent of those either the child tested positive for COVID-19 or tested positive for … Read More

Coronavirus : The fiasco of the “not racist” NYPD enforcing social distancing continues at the expense of Black and brown New Yorkers

“We also have to recognize that police officers are human,” Police Commissioner Shea said this week during the City’s daily briefing. “They make mistakes, they’re not infallible. So, that’s the backdrop. But I will push back strongly on any notion … Read More

Coronavirus: Accra Restaurant joins local groups to feed African families in the Bronx during COVID-19 crisis

Photo credit: Accra Restaurant The Bronx Community Relief Effort, World Central Kitchen (WCK), RAP4BRONX, and The Bronx Private Industry Council powered by HERE to HERE, welcomed ACCRA Restaurant, a landmark African restaurant in The Bronx, to its group of local … Read More

Coronavirus: New York issues alert on new “Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome Associated with COVID-19” impacting children

Photo credit: Raw Pixel The State of New York issued an alert on a new disease impacting children called the “Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome Associated with COVID-19.” New Yorkers should seek immediate care if a child has: • Prolonged fever … Read More

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