For Educators Tuesday, April 25, 5:00pm

Recording New York: Sound, Place, and Civic Identity

Explore the themes of place, memory, and civic commitment in the work of the self-taught, Manhattan-based folklorist Tony Schwartz (1923-2002) and learn how young people can become stakeholders and participants in their communities by listening to historical sound recordings and by making new recordings of their own.
Talks Tuesday, May 2, 6:30pm

Vital Little Plans

Reconsider the legacy of Jane Jacobs with Samuel Zipp, author of a newly-published collection of her work.
Talks Wednesday, May 10, 7:00pm

Making It Here

Join Julissa Arce and AJ Gogia as they discuss opportunity, struggle, and success.
Talks Monday, May 15, 6:30pm

Muslim in New York

An evening exploring the extraordinarily rich, multifaceted histories of New York City's major Muslim communities
Talks Tuesday, May 16, 6:30pm

Todd Webb’s New York

Join Daniel Okrent and Julia Van Haaften to examine Todd Webb’s iconic photographs of 1940's New York street life.
Films Wednesday, May 24, 6:30pm

After Stonewall

A screening of "T.V. Transvestite" followed by a conversation with director Simone di Bagno, Celso Satori LaBeija, Willyum LaBeija, and Joe Jeffreys.