Rooted in Place: Stories of Home in the City

How do New Yorkers define "home" in a city plagued by housing insecurity? With Tanvi Misra of The Atlantic's CityLab.

Rodgers & Hart’s I Married an Angel

How does collaboration fundamentally drive Broadway’s most beloved shows? A conversation and performance co-presented with New York City Center.

An Evening with Colson Whitehead

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Colson Whitehead discusses his deep engagement with the history of New York City.

El Pueblo Se Levanta

A screening of "El Pueblo Se Levanta" (1971), which captures the Young Lords of East Harlem in their fight against social injustice.

Athletes to Activists: Politics of the Playing Field

Olympic sprinter John Carlos, who famously raised a fist in protest during at the 1968 Olympic Games, talks with ESPN’s Howard Bryant.


For Families Friday, February 22, 11:00am

DNA Explorers

Learn about the basics of DNA and learn to extract DNA from a piece of fruit!

For Families Sunday, March 3, 11:00am

3rd Annual Herstory Day

Join us for an intergenerational celebration of women’s history in New York City with a focus on women working to archive, preserve, and uplift their own communities.