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Our memorial meeting for Robert Leuze will be held in the 15th Street Meetinghouse Meeting Room on Saturday, March 2, at 2:30pm with refreshments to follow.  Please join us in remembering this remarkable man.

All New York Yearly Meeting Friends are warmly invited to join Coordinating Committee members and

Moving with Spirit will meet on January 6 at 10 a.m.

Friends' worship has been characterized as a listening for the still, small voice.  Quaker practice is a preparation to attend to this quiet call, which seems to emerge from the interior in a gathered body of expectantly waiting Friends.  Typically, Friends have together waited on Spirit in a seated position.  Might there be other ways to wait expectantly?

Friend Robert Leuze died peacefully Dec 14.  Funeral arrangements are being made with the Village Mortuary, 199 Bleeker Street, 212-774-8055.  A viewing is planned for Friday, Dec 21, 10:30-12:30pm, followed by a trip to the crematorium.  His memorial service is being planned for February.  Please hold Robert and his family and many friends in the Light.

 

Our Friend,  Robert Leuze, is receiving hospice care at Calvary Hospital. 1740 Eastchester Road, Bronx, https://www.c

I'll be doing a book signing at the I, Too Collective (Langston Hughes' home) 20 E. 127th Street from 6-9pm. Crafts and a dj will also be present. Come on out and see us!

On Jan. 9th I'll be at the New York Public Library, mid Manhattan branch in conversation with esteemed scholar and journalist, Herb Boyd! Come see us! https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2019/01/09/walking-harlem-karen-fay...

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.

Sally

Saturday, December 1, at 8pm:


Photo by David Sameshima

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