Welcome to:

The Multicultural Resource Center

Although we are a small organization, we have deep impact in our community. MRC has been dedicated to building community through cultural and political education, anti-racism organizing, and cross-cultural movement building!  We invite you to learn more about the work we do with our communities.

 Peace and Love!

Fabina B. Colon, —MRC Director

 

 

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A comprehensive collection of

tips and resources

developed by and for people

returning from incarceration.

Click here to learn more about this community resource


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The People’s Barbershop

Crucito “Cruz” Colon —owner and operator, has partnered with the Alliance of Families for Justice, a local re-entry program headed by Phoebe Brown. Once a month, he volunteers his time to cut hair for incarcerated youth. He does not want The People’s Barbershop to just be a place where people go to get their haircut. He wants it to help empower community members and give back in a meaningful way.

— Tompkins Weekly

Public Hours: Walk-Ins Welcomed!

Sun-Mon: Closed (Tuesday: By Appointment)

Wed, Th, Fri, Sat: 10AM–8PM

(607) 216-5445



Support MRC!


MRC Partners:

Alliance of Families for Justice

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The Peoples Barbershop

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New Roots Charter School


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The Multicultural Resource Center

Engages In Cultural And Systemic Transformation By

Building With Our Communities To Eliminate Barriers

To Racial Justice, Cultural Dignity, Equity And Inclusion,

And Indigenous Rights.