Executive Director of the Friends of Frederick E. Samuel Foundation Clyde Frazier, Sr. with Jackie Rowe-Adams, co-founder of Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E. on the occasion of the renaming of the intersection of 122nd St. and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd in honor of Ms. Rowe-Adams' mother. It is now Hermena Rowe Street.
Executive Director of The Friends of Frederick E. Samuel Foundation Clyde Frazier, Sr. and one family of children from the Harlem Got Talent program visited the office of NY Assemblyman Keith L.T. Wright during the Association of Black and Puerto Rican Legislators Caucus on February 15th, 2014. Pictured are (front row, left to right: Jazmine, Assembly Wright (seated) Damon (in the Assemblyman's lap), Jackie. Rear row, left to right: Clyde Frazier, Sr., Diamon, Cora, Aminah, Maryam (the children's mother).
Geoffrey Canada CEO of Harlem Children’s Zone, and Clyde Frazier SR CEO of The Friends Of Frederick E. Samuel Foundation February 10th, 2014. The day Mr. Canada stepped down from his CEO position at the Zone. The Slam Jam Women’s Basketball Tournament got Its start at his first beacon school PS 194, in 1995. Mr. Canada will always be our friend.
Harlem Got Talent
The Friends of Frederick E Samuel Foundation has started a new program to teach music and singing to children from central Harlem. Executive Director Clyde Frazier, Sr. and Musical Director Hal Keshner plan to teach the children at least five songs before having them perform for their family and friends. The weekly sessions will continue throughout 2013. If you can, please consider donating to the Foundation to help us continue this program. Press the Donate button at the bottom of this page.
Clyde Frazier, Sr. with Tina McRae of U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel's office and James Frazier on the reviewing stand for the African American Day Parade. September 18, 2011.
Clyde Frazier, Sr. with Kenneth Morris, President, Frederick Douglass Family Foundation and a direct descendant of Frederick Douglass at the Frederick Douglass Memorial Dedication Ceremony. September 20, 2011. Behind Mr. Morris are NY Assemblyman Daniel O'Donnell and actor Andre De Shields portraying Mr. Douglass.