Join us for a 90-minute conversation about the impact of Covid-19 and solutions for surviving, thriving and rebuilding New York City’s hardest hit communities. Following is the link to register for the webinar: www.vnsny.org/crushcovidevent. Following registration, registrants will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Community leaders and stakeholders will discuss the state of Covid-19 in New York City, the economic toll of the pandemic, coping with grief, and access and availability of the vaccine. Panelists will provide answers and resources that will help audience members to cope, restore and strengthen their individual and collective lives.

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The Black Seed is a first-ever national strategic plan to create impact and thrivability for Black theater institutions, unprecedentedly conceptualized and led by the Black theater field. The Black Seed is a force for systemic change in the arts and culture world: a national Think Tank of Black theater institutional leaders; a fund seeded by a collective of funders; National Leadership Circle for major donors to invest in Black theater institutions across the nation; The Black Seed Cohort comprised of national networks and coalitions; and a national marketing campaign to tell the story of Black theater in America.
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VOZA RIVERS / NEW HERITAGE THEATRE GROUP, HARLEM ARTS ALLAINCE &
COMMUNITY WORKS NYC IN ASSOCIATION WITH 
THE MORGAN LIBRARY & MUSEUM
INVITE YOU TO 
CALL AND RESPONSE AN ARTIST CONVERSATION
 
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21, 2020 | 6PM
 

Xenobia Bailey, Abigail DeVille, Daniel T. Gaitor-Lomack, and Nico Wheadon 

In connection with the exhibition Betye Saar: Call and Response,
Nico Wheadon,  independent curator, educator and writer, will moderate a conversation among three contemporary artists who, like Saar, work with unconventional materials: Xenobia Bailey, Abigail DeVille, and Daniel T. Gaitor-Lomack. 

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Special thanks to the amazing members of the Harlem is. . . advisory.

With their important support we are days away from the launch of our new website celebrating Harlem’s cultural history. Stay tuned!

A recent meeting of the advisory shows l-r: Barbara Horowitz, Founder & President, Community Works, Deirdre Hollman, educator, Terry Schwadron, journalist, Eugenia Foxworth, Foxworth Realty, Fern Khan, former head of Bank Street College, Paul Deo, muralist, Dietrice Bolden, IMPACT Repertory, Lee A. Daniel, writer, Voza Rivers, executive producer, New Heritage Theatre Group. Not pictured, Daniel Carlton, performing teacherm, Kathy Benson Haskins, writer and former museum curator, David Lackey, Whirlwind Creations and Michael Davidson.

VOZA RIVERS/JAMAL JOSEPH
NEW HERITAGE THEATRE GROUP
IMPACT REPERTORY THEATRE
 
INVITE YOU TO 

CASTING THE VOTE

OCTOBER 3, 2020
12 NOON
ST. NICHOLAS PARK 
135TH STREET & ST NICHOLAS AVENUE