Domestic Violence Shelters in Syracuse #DV8 Campaign

Salvation Army Domestic Violence Shelter  1073 S. Salina St. Syracuse , NY – 13205 315-472-0947 Email  Website Women’s shelter serving women with mental health disabilities. View Full Details Vera House Inc. PO Box 365 Syracuse, NY – 14309 (315) 468-3260Website It is the mission of Vera House to end all domestic and sexual violence, to assist…

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Five Years of Taking the Mic: Syracuse’s Underground Poetry Spot holds poetry slam anniversary

Posted on September 22nd, 2014 by Rahimon Nasa in More News, Voices Members of the Underground Poetry Spot performed original slam poetry pieces covering themes of love, relationships, authenticity and depression during its fifth anniversary show held Friday, Sept. 19, at Syracuse Stage. Seneca Wilson founded UPS in September of 2009. It was a way for him to engage with poets…

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NCC News Covers Underground Poetry Spot Anniversary

http://youtu.be/hZUEDbe5I_o NCC News Covers Underground Poetry Spot Celebrating Five Years By Lauren Coleman, SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News)— Five years ago, Seneca Wilson also known as Seneca “Kind of a One” Wilson founded the Underground Poetry Spot. The Underground Poetry Spot is a group of 16 spoken word artists, poets, and slammers from the university and…

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Underground Poets | Anniversary at Syracuse Stage Sept.19

The past five years of the Underground Poets and the Underground Poetry Spot have been amazing. Breathtaking. Nothing less than exciting opportunities: we have conducted workshops at schools and conferences, celebrated our open mics on the Westside at the beautiful 601 Tully Street and on the Northside at the new hot spot Transitions 658; toured…

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Watertown Juneteenth celebration commemorates significance of Emancipation Proclamation (VIDEO)

WATERTOWN — Juneteenth was celebrated on Saturday to commemorate the historical significance of the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation and the recognition of how American lives were shaped by slavery. Watertown’s first formal celebration of Juneteenth was celebrated with live musical and theatrical performances, written historical posters on the walls and more at the Alex…

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