Calendar of Events

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3 events,

ADIFF African Cinema Film Series

New York Philharmonic’s Bandwagon 2 at St. Albans Park, Queens

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NYC Multicultural Festival Day

4 events,

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Tuesdays at 6

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Virtual Book Launch With Peter T. Coleman, Author of The Way Out: How to Overcome Toxic Polarization

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Learn Harlem’s most famous dance: The Lindy Hop!

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A Conversation with a Tech Journalist: Fahmida Rashid

13 events,

Starting Something: Alice Guy Blaché and Early Cinema, from Sound & Color to Studio Production

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Books That Bind: Here Comes the Sun by Nicole Y. Dennis-Benn

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Transportation as the Key to NYC’s Economic and Social Growth

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Sustain What? Pathways to Impact in Perilously Polarized Times

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TISSUE TALKS: Karen L. Christman, PhD, UCSD

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It’s Election Time: What You Should Know Before Election Day

Overdose Prevention and Response Training

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Humanities Speak of Race (2021): Making a Place for Writing

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June Narrative Medicine Rounds with Freestyle Love Supreme Academy

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Smart Summer Shopping & Cooking: A Child Nutrition Webinar

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2021 Spring Virtual Benefit

9 events,

Directing Thesis: an album of delayed images

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Judicial Independence in Russia: What Do Russians Think?

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EI LIVE K12: There Goes that Boom Boom Pow!

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Antagonistic Collaboration: Romare Bearden’s New Paris Blues

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Researching Political Candidates

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Voices from the Home Front

9 events,

Founding Mothers: Women Filmmakers of Early Soviet Documentary

Women and the Silent Screen: Entr’acte

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Columbia BME Breaks – Andreas Tolias PhD, Baylor College of Medicine

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What is the Role of Faith Based Organizations in Health Promotion?

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Constructing Reality: From Narrative to Neuroscience

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Masterclass with Trevor Weston

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Pepatian and BAAD! present Philippine Art-making from a Queer Lens

14 events,

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Child Abuse Identification & Reporting Workshop – ZOOM

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The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum Reopening

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Summer Learning 2021: Virtual Kickoff Event!

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Rise Up! An Anti-Racist Day of Action

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HBCU College Fair

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12th Annual NYC Multicultural Festival Part II

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School Violence Prevention Workshop – ZOOM

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Gateway to the New Jerusalem: Spotlight on the Iconography of the West Front

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Gardens & Grounds Tour

8 events,

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DASA Workshop – Online/ZOOM

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Drums Along the Hudson: A Native American and Multicultural Celebration

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Reparations, Repentance and Redemption Series

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JTS Rabbinic Convocation

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Gardens & Grounds Tour

8 events,

A Moment to Love

Gallery C Features: 19

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Post-Covid:What Governments Must Do to Re-start the Global Economy?

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“If I forget Thee, O Jerusalem”: The Idea of the Return to Zion in Jewish History

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The Right to Infrastructure

8 events,

A Moment to Love

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Panel Discussion. Oligarchs and De-Oligarchization

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Father’s Day Storytime & Craft

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Tuesdays at 6

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Political Economy and the Kingdom of God

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Washington Square Music Festival

12 events,

A Moment to Love

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Imagining Education Futures Beyond the Human

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Climate change concern among youth: Examining the role of civics and institutional trust

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Five Rules For Rebellion: Let’s Change the World Ourselves

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Between the Lines: Jewish Bible Translations: Personalities, Passions, Politics, Progress

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Humanities Speak of Race (2021): Pedagogy in the Carceral State

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Religion and the History of Black Music: Gospel Blues to Modern Gospel (1930s–1970s)

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Reimagining Learning and Research

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The Way Out Book Launch

16 events,

A Moment to Love

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Exploring the Power of Mindfulness with Rajiah Williams Leong

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Nuances of Racial Bias in America: Making Art in Response to Anti-Asian Hate, Part Two

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Remembrance and Restitution

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Maya Lin

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Centennial Ideologies & Ecosystems: Potential Futures for Lebanon

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Adaptation and Pragmatism

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The Scientist Behind the Vaccine: Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett

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EI LIVE K12: The Ice that Made Manhattan

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A Moment to Love Reception

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RDC Next 90 Speaker Series: Church 2.0: Reimagining Ministry in the 21st Century

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A Dialogue on Racism, Social Justice, and Action

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Final Concert for the Season – Coltrane: A Love Supreme

7 events,

A Moment to Love

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Columbia BME Breaks – Cris Niell, PhD, University of Oregon

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Ethical Challenges in Novel Gene Therapies for Sickle Cell Disease

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Virtual Lunchtime Lecture: Communication Via Flowers & Fans

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Harlem Moves with Limón Dance Company

14 events,

A Moment to Love

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Team Clean Up West Harlem