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    Taariq Lester
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    Check out the Harlem YMCA! It’s located at 180 West 135th Street between Lenox Avenue and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. Founded in 1852, today the Harlem YMCA serves a diverse population of more than a thousand New Yorkers who learn, grow, and thrive through programs and services at their branch. They have so many facilities, including but not limited to: * State-of-the-art cardio and strength equipment * Group fitness classes * Swimming pools for lap swim and family swim * Racquet sports and basketball * Priority access and member rates for programs * A welcoming community for all * Boxing studio * Locker rooms * Free weights * Free WiFi * Personal training * Kids classes * Youth sports * Family programs PLUS if you join this YMCA you can take advantage of a limited time offer through 10/3/22! Stay for 3 months and get the 4th month for FREE, plus $0 joiner's fee.
    180, West 135th Street, 180, West 135th Street, New York, New York, United States
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  • I need advice on how we can reduce the gentrification in Harlem (North). I have seen several people struggling with a daily routine just to survive, and then there are homeless people on the streets. Black people especially suffer a lot here. I believe we should buy more often from businesses owned by black people. Even if it involves food, traveling, grocery, tech objects, or any purchases that you can do. Some businesses that I know include Sylvia’s Restaurant, Bill’s Place, Shrine, Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard, etc. In order to contribute a little more towards this cause, let’s all work together. Perhaps some of us can lend a hand with businesses. There’s food and culture tour, shrines, music events, and a lot more so why not start taking it more seriously and build a better neighborhood together!
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