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Jointly presented by The Mount Vernon Hotel Museum, The Museum of Tolerance, and Restore NYC, the free program features excerpts from the documentary, The Abolitionists, and a community discussion about human rights and the need for modern-day abolitionists.
The panel discussion looks at the many forms of human trafficking and what fuels it. There is also a performance of real-life stories about human trafficking.
Get down to lift up the game- changing work of Brooklyn's nonprofit community. Wear your fiercest gym gear and sweat it out to Party Like It's 1999's DJ Steve Reynolds while enjoying thirst quenching beverages from Brooklyn Brewery, NY Distilling Co, and Q Drinks, plus snacks from JOYA on Court Street, and a fabulous raffle.
Danny Schechter discusses Nelson Mandela’s life and legacy and his new book Madiba A to Z: The Many Faces of Nelson Mandela.Presented by Bluestockings Bookstore
Join Danny Schechter as he discusses Nelson Mandela’s life and legacy and his new book Madiba A to Z: The Many Faces of Nelson Mandela. Danny Schechter has made six documentaries about Nelson Mandela and has been a supporter of the anti- apartheid movement in South Africa since the 60s. Schechter provides his audience with a deeper understanding of Mandela’s extraordinary contributions to his people, his world- wide iconic presence, and the suffering still taking place in South Africa today.
Become fluent in the science of climate change in this course led by Museum scientists and other experts in the field, including journalists from Scientific American.
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