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Saturday, June 24, 7pm Kayla Muldrow: A poetry performance exploring freedom, mental bondage, and her first-hand experience in the high school system as a creative individual.

Thursday, June 29, 6-8pm School Segregation: A roundtable discussion with Kyle Spencer and NYC Public School Educators investigating the current climate of school segregation and exploring solutions for systemic change.

Wednesday, July 19, 6-8pm Restorative Justice: An interactive workshop with The Morningside Center for Teaching and Social Responsibility equipping all stakeholders in the community with tools necessary for transforming relationships between students and authority. 

Wednesday, July 26, 6-8pm Teaching Artist Roundtable: A discussion with Michael Paul Britto, Uraline Hager, Clare Kambhu, jc lenochan, Shaun Leonardo, and Kameelah Janan Rasheed reflecting on how their experience in the classroom informs their practice and their practice informs their teaching.

Thursday, August 3, 7-9pm Rap on Race with Rice: An interactive performance with Dominique Duroseau inviting participants to separate black and white rice from each other as they discuss issues of race and racism.

Saturday, August 5, 12-2pm Open Book Test: An engaging performance with Dennis Redmoon Darkeem questioning how much we really know about “American History” and whose narratives are behind our understanding of past in the US.


Saturday, September 23 - Sunday 24, 12-6pm OPEN STUDIOS