Filmed, interviewed, edited & shared by LaRon Batchelor.

Category: Street Corner Resources


  • Kobie Brown “From Fatherless To Fatherhood” (2012 Film)

     I along with millions of Americans have grown up “Fatherless”. And today 40% of American children live in a fatherless home raised by single mothers, aunts, grandmothers and other female caregivers. Kobie Brown’s 2012 film From Fatherless To Fatherhood explores the causes, effects and possible solutions to turning the corner on father absence. We met at […]

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  • I Am Peace@Harlem State Office Bldg

     This month alone has seen 16 people shot in 24hours in Detroit and  7 people were killed in Harlem within 20 blocks. The bad news will continue unless get involved with and save of our communities. Iesha Sekou’s Street Corner Resources, Harlem Mothers Save and other organizations asked Harlem to come and be apart of the […]

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  • My Small Story Mix II

    14 NYC stories in 14 minutes. A thread of conversations beginning with a new New Yorker  who is proof that people move to NYC from all over the world; a man roller skating w the bottom of a mannequin on his head  in soho; Freedom Bradley Dir-City Parks Foundations on what else “NYC Parks”; Founder […]

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  • Iesha Sekou: She Has A Vision For Harlem’s Youth

    She knows, loves and practices a vision of success for Harlem’s youth. Yesterday, I attended Harlem Renaissance High School’s “community feedback” meeting. It was an opportunity for the superintendent of schools to hear from parents, staff and activist “How do we improve Harlem Renaissance’s performance?” 100s of NYC schools are going through a similar process. […]

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  • Harlem Renaissance High School w Street Corner Resources (WBLS.Com)

     The Kid’s are alright! I shadowed Iesha of Street Corner Resources at Harlem Renaissance High School for their 1st annual Video Expo. The students created videos to enhance their college applications and presented their work to family, friends and colleges. The classrooms became exhibition spaces. Meet 4 students and the Principal that empowers them. Harlem Renaissance […]

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