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Grant & Program Events — August 2020

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Defunding the Police, Building Community Safety: a Talk with the Authors of “Prison by Any Other Name”

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Votes for Women!, a Reading & Discussion program at Roeliff Jansen Community Library

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Toni Morrison: Conscience, Seer, Truthteller; a Reading & Discussion program at Adelphi University

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Curator Conversations: Indigenous History & Art

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Uncovering & Recovering Race in America, a Reading & Discussion program at Troy Public Library

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Toni Morrison: Conscience, Seer, Truthteller; a Reading & Discussion program at Adelphi University

Indigenous Roots: Exploring the Crossroads of African American and Indigenous American Cuisine

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Virtual Tour of Cherry Hill #BuildingStories

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First Responders: Then and Now

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Making Sense of the West African Civil Wars, a Reading & Discussion program sponsored by the United States Sierra Leonean Association

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Votes for Women!, a Reading & Discussion program at Roeliff Jansen Community Library

150th Anniversary of Frederick Douglass in Newburgh

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Toni Morrison: Conscience, Seer, Truthteller; a Reading & Discussion program at Adelphi University

DEFAULT Livestream and Q&A

Political Art in Loisaida

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Your Silence Will Not Protect You!, a Reading & Discussion program at Chatham Public Library

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Online Community Conversations

Toni Morrison: Conscience, Seer, Truthteller; a Reading & Discussion program at Adelphi University

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How Podcasting Brings Suffrage History to Life

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Making Sense of the West African Civil Wars, a Reading & Discussion program sponsored by the United States Sierra Leonean Association

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Votes for Women!, a Reading & Discussion program at Roeliff Jansen Community Library

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Hosting Reading & Discussion Programs

Voices of HerStory: A Conversation with Elizabeth Cady Stanton

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Facilitating Reading & Discussion Programs

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Artist Talks

Artist Talks

Oral History LIVE! with Dindga McCannon

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Artist Talk: Identity/Identify

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