he purpose of this program was to provide health and cultural awareness, and to raise issues that impact the African-American and Caribbean communities. The discussion placed an important emphasis on health with a focus on Diabetes and Hypertension, as well as, offer an understanding into DNA, biomedical research and the significance of Henrietta Lacks, our celebrated icon for Black History Month.
Bailey’s Café is Brooklyn-based and our roots are in Bedford-Stuyvesant and Crown Heights. We serve community members in the Central Brooklyn area. We are committed to working in communities across New York City that lack Bailey’s Cafétype spaces and programs.
M.O.V.E. (Motivation Opportunity Vision Entertainment) represents our generations ability to bring change and innovation to the way we give back to our communities. M.O.V.E. is inspiration, M.O.V.E. is innovation M.O.V.E. is change, and change is needed.
Music on the Inside (MOTI) uses music education and mentorships to foster creativity, new skills and hope for incarcerated youth. Giving these young men and women inspiring role models, skills and encouragement to express themselves positively post-incarceration.