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We've curated this selection of highlights from the Museum's public programs that brings the best of New York to you. MCNY Live features conversations with artists, authors, politicians, and more who speak about their experiences as New Yorkers. Topics range from aspects of everyday life to addressing the issues that are shaping the city's future.

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Horse Crazy from Coast to Coast

Two journalists who have explored the surprising world of horses, Sarah Maslin Nir (New York Times) and Walter Thompson-Hernández (New York Times and host of new NPR podcast “CALIFORNIA LOVE”) discuss the powerful and surprising stories that horses led them to uncover.   

Love & Basketball Live Q&A

Love & Basketball's director and writer Gina Prince-Bythewood will join former NCAA and WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw and Harlem native, playground powerhouse, player and coach/mentor Priscilla Edwards for a lively discussion about the film -- and how women in pro basketball (and beyond) navigate issues of power, representation, activism, and equity. Author and sports journalist William Rhoden moderates. 

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Future City Lab Series

Future City Lab’s symposium series gathers leading academics, journalists, and activists to discuss the ongoing issues facing New Yorkers and city dwellers at large.

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