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Religion and the History of Black Music: Trajectories in Contemporary Gospel (1980s–present)

Join Josef Sorett, Professor of Religion and African American and African Diaspora Studies at Columbia University, for this six-part series run in coordination with two Columbia Summer Session courses: Gospel Music in Modern America and Religion and the History of Hip Hop. The series brings together scholars, musicians, media workers, and fans for a discussion of the evolving role of religion in>>>

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Religion and the History of Black Music

Join Josef Sorett, Professor of Religion and African American and African Diaspora Studies at Columbia University, for this six-part series run in coordination with two Columbia Summer Session courses: Gospel Music in Modern America and Religion and the History of Hip Hop. The series brings together scholars, musicians, media workers, and fans for a discussion of the evolving role of religion in>>>

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Preparing for the Final Journey: The Taharah Ritual and its Significance

PREPARING FOR THE FINAL JOURNEY: THE TAHARAH RITUAL AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE Part of our summer learning series, “A Wandering People: Jewish Journeys, Real and Imagined” June 21, 2021, 2:00–3:30 p.m. ET The period between death and burial is understood in Jewish tradition as a moment of transition in which the deceased is suspended between this world and the next. Join Rabbi Eliezer>>>

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Flight, Return, and Emigration: The Wanderings of a Yiddish Writer During and After the Holocaust

FLIGHT, RETURN, AND EMIGRATION: THE WANDERINGS OF A YIDDISH WRITER DURING AND AFTER THE HOLOCAUST Part of our summer learning series, “A Wandering People: Jewish Journeys, Real and Imagined” July 12, 2021, 2:00–3:30 p.m. ET With Dr. David Fishman. Please check back for additional session information. If you have previously registered for another session in this series, your>>>

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Child Abuse Identification & Reporting Workshop – ZOOM

Teachers College is a NYSED-Approved provider of the Child Abuse Identification and Reporting workshop, which is required for many administrative, teaching, and pupil-personnel certification areas.  We are providing these workshops through a Zoom format for the remainder of the Summer 2021 semester.
 
Time: 10am-12pm
 
Open to TC students; please register at www.tc.edu/cps.

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Child Abuse Identification & Reporting Workshop – ZOOM

Teachers College is a NYSED-Approved provider of the Child Abuse Identification and Reporting workshop, which is required for many administrative, teaching, and pupil-personnel certification areas.  We are providing these workshops through a Zoom format for the remainder of the Summer 2021 semester.
 
Time: 10am-12pm
 
Open to TC students; please register at www.tc.edu/cps.

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DASA Workshop – Online/ZOOM

Teachers College is a New York State approved provider of the DASA workshop, which is required for many teaching, administrative, and pupil-personnel certification areas. Our Summer 2021 DASA workshops will include a 3 hour self-directed module followed by a 3 hour interactive Zoom session.   Zoom Session:  10:00 am – 1:00 pm   Open to TC students, TC alums, & the general>>>

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DASA Workshop – Online/ZOOM

Teachers College is a New York State approved provider of the DASA workshop, which is required for many teaching, administrative, and pupil-personnel certification areas. Our Summer 2021 DASA workshops will include a 3 hour self-directed module followed by a 3 hour interactive Zoom session.   Zoom Session:  10:00 am – 1:00 pm   Open to TC students, TC alums, & the general>>>

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Harlem Moves with Limón Dance Company

Join the world-renowned Limón Company Dancers as they teach the energetic and ease-filled Limón Technique, accompanied by live music. No experience necessary; class is open to all levels. Please note: We are offering outdoor programs with limited attendance so that you can have a safe and enjoyable time in parks. Based on New York State guidance for outdoor events during COVID-19, we’ve put>>>

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Pride Month Speaker Series

Pride Month Speaker Series: Presented by Riverside Faith Formation Ministry and Maranatha Join Riverside’s Maranatha LGBTQ Ministry and Faith Formation Ministry for a Pride Month Speaker Series. On June 13th Rev. Naomi Washington-Leapheart – Director for Faith-Based and Interfaith Affairs for the city of Philadelphia, presents “Double Portions and Secret Cups: The Inheritance of Black Queer>>>

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Now is the time for every college in the country to fight hard for the next massive investment in higher education, writes Matthew J. Camp.

Books or Bombs? Inside Higher Ed, By Matthew J. Camp, September 14, 2021 Sept. 2 marked the anniversary of the National Defense Education Act, the law signed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1958 to vastly expand funding for colleges and universities. The country has been the better for it ever since. Eisenhower famously warned about the military-industrial complex and how every dollar spent>>>

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Timeline Photos

Brazilian educator Paulo Freire, born 100 years ago on this day, profoundly influenced the work of critical pedagogy and culturally relevant education worldwide. To honor Freire and his legacy, the College will launch a special initiative later in his centennial year on Nov. 4 that will manifest TC and Freire’s shared commitment to equity and social justice. #LatinxHeritageMonth

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Hanging Out at the Hungarian Pastry Shop

An ode to a neighborhood favorite, the Hungarian Pastry Shop, where generations of Columbians and members of the TC community have gathered as part of a local tradition — via Columbia Magazine. #TCinNYC

A fabled neighborhood fixture emerges from lockdown.

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“Stronger Than Ever,” the TC Community Returns to 120th Street

More than a year after the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic and stay-at-home orders, Teachers College students, faculty and staff returned to campus in early September for safe, in-person operations in the largest numbers since early 2020. #TCStrongerThanEver tc.columbia.edu/articles/2021/september/tc-community-returns/ Nearly 18 months after the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic and stay-at>>>

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Higher Ed Needs Lobbyists Too

“Colleges must go on the offensive” in advocating for federal support for higher education, writes TC’s Matthew J. Camp (PhD ’21) for Inside Higher Ed, calling for action among higher ed leaders in support of a “once in a lifetime human infrastructure bill.” Now is the time for every college in the country to fight hard for the next massive investment in higher>>>

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The Morningside Heights neighborhood is home to the world's leading academic and religious institutions who together, create a truly unique community in which to live, learn, and grow.

Morningside Area Alliance facilitates partnerships between members and is a go-to source for neighborhood information.

Officers of the Board

Brent Dickman, President & Treasurer

Paula Mayo, Vice President

Isadora Wilkenfeld, Secretary

 

Executive Committee Members

Paula Mayo, Chair | Brent Dickman | Ariana González Stokas | Isadora Wilkenfeld

Committees & Roundtable Leadership

Matthew Camp, Chair: Policy Responders

Brent Dickman, Chair: Finance

Robin Reese, Chair: Communications

Isadora Wilkenfeld, Chair: Nominations