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A photo of students at the All-Star Talent Show in Harlem in 2012. (Courtesy of The All-Stars Project Inc.)
A photo of students at the All-Star Talent Show in Harlem in 2012. (Courtesy of The All-Stars Project Inc.)

For this week's "On Stage," we turn to The All-Star Talent Show happening tomorrow in Harlem at the A. Philip Randolph Campus High School.

More than 300 people between ages 5 and 25 will perform and produce the show, which focuses on giving inner city kids a voice.

Pam Lewis, vice president of youth programs at the Center of Youth Expertise at The All Stars Project, joins Here & Now's Robin Young to help preview this weekend's show.

Omar Pride, who's stage name is Omar Krystion, also joins us. He has been performing and involved with the talent shows since he was 13, and now teaches dance at after school programs in the area.

Guest

  • Pam Lewis, vice president of youth programs at the Center of Youth Expertise at the All Stars Project, Inc.
  • Omar Pride, who's stage name is Omar Krystion, teaches dance at after school programs in the area.

This segment aired on November 14, 2014.

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