If Thrive goes the next step by making community asset programming central to its own vision, not only will New York City Thrive more, but the entire national approach to mental health would start to change very much for the better.
The wonderful weekend of May 21st and 22nd marked the second annual Harlem EatUp! festival! Once again, it brought together Harlem's best celebrity chefs, artists and musicians from around the country.
The joke set off angry reactions on social media with commentators criticizing Clinton, who has strong support from black voters.
On April 14th, all of the Republican and Democratic candidates for President will be in New York City - the Democrats for a debate in Brooklyn; the Republicans for a gala in Manhattan. And what better place to discuss public health than New York City?
"So essential, so taboo..Because they make some men go “'Ew!'”
Over the past decade or so, the climate has improved for people with mental illness, and that is true whether or not a person has a beautiful mind.
We need more resources like this.
"I think that being a feminist means that you get to choose [which candidate you support.]"
Chirlane McCray shares her thoughts on the link between mental health and homelessness.
Chirlane McCray discusses the ThriveNYC initiative.