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Steps To Thrive: Hopeprint Empowers Refugee Women

Five years ago, Nicole Watts founded Hopeprint on Syracuse’s Northside to empower resettled refugees to thrive by “forming unified neighborhoods rich in culture and community.” It now hosts weekly hospitality programs such as Her Village, Tuesday Gatherings, and Hopeprint Kids, allowing refugees living in the Syracuse community to share cultures and unify as a family. Watts serves as executive director.

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Students find their passions and positive role models at Saturday Academy

His English grade in school from Monday through Friday was mediocre. But at Saturday Academy, the student thrives. This is just one example of how the 100 Black Men of Syracuse, Inc. empower local young people to succeed. Saturday Academy provides academic support and mentoring to children from 4th to 8th grade. The program started this January after receiving a

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