Michelle Alexander Speaks At Riverside Church, New York City (part 3 of 4)



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May 21, 2011 was supposed to be the end of the world, well, it was the end of the world as many of us knew it when they heard Michelle Alexander dissect the criminal “injustice” system in America and its progeny—The New Jim Crow and mass incarceration in the age of Colorblindness.

The Campaign to End the New Jim Crow

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NYC church’s fresh approach draws in young people



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Hillsong Church in New York City is hitting all the right notes in engaging a new audience of churchgoers. Pastors are using the power of music to attract young adults. But although its atmosphere is different than a traditional church, Hillsong’s core values are still conservative. Jericka Duncan reports on its booming success.

Riverside Church NYC



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Riverside Church is a Christian church in New York City. Although interdenominational it is also associated with the American Baptist Churches USA and the United Church of Christ. The church is situated at 120th Street and 490 Riverside Drive in the Manhattan neighborhood of Morningside Heights. It is across the street from the President Grant’s Tomb. It is famous for its large size and elaborate Neo-Gothic architecture as well as its history of social justice. The church is two blocks south of Grant’s tomb and was the site of Jackie Robinson’s funeral service in 1972. It was described by The New York Times in 2008 as “a stronghold of activism and political debate throughout its 75-year history … influential on the nation’s religious and political landscapes.” It has been a focal point of global and national activism since its inception.
The church was conceived by the famed, but controversial, industrialist, financier, and philanthropist John D. Rockefeller, Jr. (1874–1960), and the emerging but controversial, famous minister and preacher Harry Emerson Fosdick (1878–1969), as a large, interdenominational church in a neighborhood important to the city, open to all who profess faith in Christ. Its congregation includes more than forty ethnic groups. As of 2007, the church had a $14 million annual operating budget and a paid staff of 130. In 2012 it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Corpus Christi Procession 2017 NYC



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The Shrine and Parish Church of the Holy Innocents hosted it’s annual Corpus Christi procession through the streets of New York City on 06/15/2017. It truly was a moving experience. These are some video clips taken from that day.
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New York City Snow Storm- Church and Barclays Street Manhattan



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Michelle Alexander Speaks At Riverside Church, New York City (part 1 of 4)



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May 21, 2011 was supposed to be the end of the world, well, it was the end of the world as many of us knew it when they heard Michelle Alexander dissect the criminal “injustice” system in America and its progeny—The New Jim Crow and mass incarceration in the age of Colorblindness.
The Campaign to End the New Jim Crow

Support work to end mass incarceration and the emergence of the New Jim Crow! Become part of a movement, and refuse to be silent and inactive!

www.newjimcrow.org
www.allthingsharlem.com/new-jim-crow

Fabrice – Grace Church – Real New York Tours



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Real New York Tours’ Fabrice Leclerque tells a fun story about Grace Church and talks about the immigrant experience in New York.
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Ground Zero and St Paul’s Church, NYC, 3



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Prior to our visit to ground zero in February 2009, (an NY birthday holiday treat for my wife Caroline), I was of the opinion, “you reap what you sow” as far as the whole 9-11 thing was concerned.
However, after visiting ground zero and especially St Paul’s Church in the direct vicinity of Ground Zero, I wasn’t at all prepared for the sincere intense sense of emotion which came over me whilst viewing the displays in the church.
From the pictures of lost loved ones to the patriotic banners and messages of support from communities and firefighters from all over the world, you cannot help but feel completely and utterly humbled by how not only the ordinary people of NY suffered but of how the whole community rallied and supported each other through the most torrid event that the city has ever encountered – an event which hopefully will never be repeated . . . . or forgotten.

Church of the Resurrection, New York



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A brief introduction to the Resurrection, its life and worship. Father Swain narrates a series of film clips and images from Resurrection’s life and work, while Resurrection’s Choir are heard in the background. Live action videos and photos of high mass are a feature of this video. Visit www.resurrectionnyc.org or call 212-879-4320 for more information.