Black Solidarity Day Observances

Black Solidarity Day 2011 was observed on Nov. 7 at the Pointe Praise Family Life Center in Kingston N.Y. Students and Faculty started arriving at the center at 8:30 a.m. and waited in the dining hall for libation and breakfast. Black Solidarity day was started in Brooklyn in 1969 by Dr. Carlos Russell. All photos by Maria Jayne.

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Halloween Festivities in New Paltz

Thu Nov 10 , 2011
            [nggallery id=58] Photos by Marcella Sorbellini and Bronte Kelso-Marsh Every year, The Bakery in New Paltz hosts an annual pumpkin carving contest, titled “Night of 100 Pumpkins.” The contest has 15 categories; each category has a sub-category for adults and children.  All children and […]

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