(L to R) Director of the Schomburg Center for Research and Black Culture, Howard Dodson, joins New York Life Foundation President Peter Bushyeager, program participant Ravi Johnson, and Director of The New York Life/Schomburg Center Junior Scholars Program, Carlyle G. Leach, to celebrate the culmination of the first year of this enriching educational opportunity for African-American children, ages 11-17. Through a four-year $1.16 million grant from the New York Life Foundation, more than 100 children took part in this inspiring weekly program of interactive workshops with notable guest speakers designed to broaden their knowledge of African-American history and culture and help them prepare for successful careers.
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