Harlem Hub

L.O.V.E OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO

LRYOH (Living redemption Youth Opportunity Hub) x Thrive Collective “L.O.V.E” (Love Over Violence Every time) is a Harlem youth led music and mural project produced in just four weeks during the month of June, National Gun Violence Awareness Month. Participants came together to interpret the theme Love Over Violence Every time lyrically and visually by writing…

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“Find Our Way” Student Celebration

R.H.Y.M.E X LRYOH “You shouldn’t let fear stand in the way of what you want to do.”- Demetrius (Youth participant) On May 5th, 2022 students who wrote and produced the song “Find Our Way” as part of the R.H.Y.M.E x LRYOH winter music and mentoring project came together with family and friends to see their…

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“Find Our Way” – Music Video Debut

R.H.Y.M.E X LRYOH R.H.Y.M.E (Rhymes Help Young Minds Excel) winter music and mentoring program in collaboration with LRYOH The Living Redemption Youth Opportunity Hub. Participants worked together to tackle serious issues such as the pandemic and gun violence to collaboratively write and record a heartfelt song titled “Find Our Way.” In addition to recording an original…

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Juneteenth 2020: Racial Justice and Black Lives Matter

Juneteenth 2020 Statement in Support of Racial Justice and Black Lives Matter For One and All Living Redemption Youth Opportunity Hub (Harlem 2018) As a justice movement founded to eradicate racial and economic disparities in public education, Thrive Collective stands in solidarity with our Black students, artists, educators, coaches, mentors, neighbors, friends, families, partners, and…

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We Love you, Harlem Hub!

As Thrive Collective moves our offices out of the Harlem Hub for an upcoming building renovation, we look back with love and gratitude on an amazing twenty months.

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Art of Healing 2019: Harlem Photo Diaries

The third Art of Healing Festival came to Central Harlem on Saturday, August 17th, 2019, in collaboration with the Living Redemption Youth Opportunity Hub. Thank you to Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance and his entire Community Partnerships Unit for recognizing the power of art to help us heal through trauma caused by guns and related…

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Volunteer: Art of Healing Comes to Central Harlem

Join us. Sign up to Volunteer The Art of Healing Festival is now officially a series! The second festival of 2019 comes to West 124th Street in Central Harlem on Saturday, August 17, 2019. Join us as we remember victims and survivors of gun violence and explore creative arts as a means to heal. Download…

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“Why I Thrive”

“Thrive sees that potential in me. … If I keep on going with them I could see it benefitting me in the future.” Friends, Students like KC are why we have partnered with the Harlem Hub to “Turn up the Value” this Christmas. Here’s what he said about why he partners with us. “I was…

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#GivingTuesday is Here!

It’s finally here! #GivingTuesday is a great day to make an impact. This year, our goal is to raise $20,000 to create hope and opportunity through arts, music, and mentoring at the Harlem Hub. The Hub serves Central and West Harlem youth ages 10-24 who have been directly or indirectly court involved. A gift of $40 a month will provide…

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Turn Up the Value – Official Video

Thrive Collective feat. Harlem Hub, in association with Friendly Films, presents: “Turn Up The Value” written and performed by Randy Mason and Harlem Hub students Jamaya, Randy Jr., Anthony, CJ, Diamond, Gerald, KC, Dominick, Benjamin, Brison, Naomi Engineered by Randy Mason and Produkt Mixed & Mastered by Braille of Humble Beast Choreography by FLEXX Video…

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