We are proud to present these lively, intimate, and animated conversations with heroes
from our Harlem Is. . . Healing series that have brought hope to a community affected by
the pandemic and issues of social justice. Healing Dialogues offer a platform for
community members to reconnect, reflect, and share ideas about Harlem as we
collectively reemerge and heal.
In 2021 we produced four episodes of healing dialogues, and in 2022 we will launch eight
more dynamic conversations with Harlem community members whose lives and work
reflect a deep commitment to personal and social renewal. To help keep the conversation
going after you view the video, we have created discussion prompts and curriculum
activities for educators and community groups to explore. New discussion materials will
be added to the discussion guide as new episodes are released.
Download the harlem is… Healing Dialogues Discussion Guide
Healing Dialogues is a part of the Harlem is...Healing Heroes of Pandemic and Social Justice project. Engage with the full series HERE.
Enjoy stunning portraits of our honorees
Featured in a Harlem Is...Healing Outdoor Exhibit HERE.
Jazz journalist Ron Scott with Director/Executive Producer, Jazzmobile, Robin Bell-Stevens
Founder & E.I.C. of Ambassador Digital Magazine Musa Jackson with Restauranteur Melba Wilson
Theater Artist Stephanie Berry with Co-Founder, Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E., Jackie Rowe-Adams
Clinical Psychologist Dr. John Palmer with Executive Director of the Hope Center, Dr. Lena Green
Host/Educator & Cultural Producer Deirdre Hollman with Managing Director, Impact Repertory Theatre Dietrice Bolden
Journalist Clem Richardson with President/CEO, Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce Lloyd A. Williams
Host/Producer Rhina Valentin with
Music & Culture writer/Singer/Songwriter Aurora Flores