There’s a new hire at the GNCVB.
About Manny Faces
Manny Faces is an award-winning journalist, lecturer, podcaster and DJ. He is the founder of the online hip-hop publication Birthplace Magazine and a non-profit, The Center for Hip-Hop Advocacy, which works to increase public understanding of hip-hop culture. Manny also produces and hosts News Beat, a groundbreaking social justice podcast that blends hard-hitting journalism with music.
Entries by Manny Faces
For the past three weeks, Newark Public Schools led several exercises throughout the district in an effort to increase civic engagement among its students.
The award celebrates Takahisa’s distinguished career and numerous important contributions to the museum industry.
Entries will be accepted through November 30th.
According to Mayor Ras Baraka, it’s an effort “to meet the housing and support service needs for the City’s most vulnerable population.”
A traveling exhibit spotlighting climate and environmental justice issues is coming to Newark.
Students from the Rutgers’ Constitutional Law Clinic, International Human Rights Clinic, and other legal clinics will be on hand for any Essex County resident who is turned down at the polls trying to vote on Election Day, November 6, 2018.
Manny Faces posts up at Newark Museum for the “For Freedoms” installment of the Museum’s “Late Thursdays” series.
The New Jersey Devils are dedicating several home game dates to charitable causes, including food and toy drives, in conjunction with area nonprofits.
Rutgers University–Newark have reported that they are on track to meet a series of Hire.Buy.Live goals laid out more than one year ago.