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I’ll be teaching beginning music theory class at the Oasis Power House (beginers to intermediate level)

600 W. 139th St (down the ramp past the Oasis Juice Bar)

Dec. 16, 2-3:30pm

followed by an Open Mic 3:30-4:40pm Come by and share whatcha got! Singing, poetry, readings, craft sharing. All levels accepted  

$10 donations accepted but noone will be turned away regardless 

contact Karen for more info at ethnogrrl2@gmail.com

  • Join us for a video screening of Pat! A BLACK Revolutionary Molecule and  To Face It, a staged reading by Tantra-zawadi from the novel by Lupe Family.

    So, how will Pam, based on the historical figure Pat Robinson, broach the subject of economics as a basis for any black female/male relationship in the US after slavery to Tania? Let’s explore this together with audience and artist talk back after the show.

    Hope to see you there and bring a friend!

I'd love to see you at Peoples' Voice Cafe next Saturday night.  Kristin is amazing and is rarely in NYC so you don't want to miss her.


Saturday, December 1, at 8pm:

Photo by David Sameshima

Sunday April 8, 2:00 PM. Worship will be followed by time for fellowship.

Sunday April 8, 2:00 PM. Worship will be followed by time for fellowship.

All members and attenders of Morningside Meeting are warmly invited to join Jane Alexandre and Tom Goodridge on April Fools Day (also Easter Sunday) at 10 am – 10:45 am in our Meeting Room to help get our bodies and spirit ready for worship. We will begin with a warm-up activity followed by some movement exercises. Jane has been a lifelong movement person and Tom experiences his body in movement as his source for spirit. We hope to continue this experiment on the first Sunday of the Month.

Hoping to move

Please consider being involved with New York Yearly Meeting’s Spring Sessions, April 6-8, hosted this year by NYQM at Brooklyn Friends School! For families, this is a nice opportunity to bring your kids into fellowship with children from around the Yearly Meeting, and for those interested in finding out more about the work of NYYM, this is a taste close to home of Yearly Meeting discernment.

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Sonia Nazario, author of