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Grant & Program Events — November 2019

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Women of Influence: Each Block a Story

Race in America, a Reading & Discussion program at Back to Basics

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Women of Influence: Each Block a Story

How Current Events Intersect With Our Constitutional Rights, a Reading & Discussion program sponsored by JCC Mid-Westchester

New York City Meet Up

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Women of Influence: Each Block a Story

Place and Story, a Reading & Discussion sponsored by Champlain Area Trails

Place and Story, a Reading & Discussion program at Northern Onondaga Public Library

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Women of Influence: Each Block a Story

Growing & Aging, a Reading & Discussion program at West Side YMCA

Your Silence Will Not Protect You!, a Reading & Discussion program at CUNY Graduate Center

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Environmentalism, a Reading & Discussion program at Penfield Recreation

Serving, a Reading & Discussion Program sponsored by NYU Urban Democracy Lab

Women’s Rights Alliance of New York State Conference Day 1

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Women’s Rights Alliance of NYS Conference

Place and Story, a Reading & Discussion program at Poughkeepsie Public Library

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In Cold Blood: True Crime, an American Genre; a Reading & Discussion program at Rye Free Reading Room

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American Politics and Community Today, a Reading & Discussion program at SUNY Adirondack

Lincoln on the Civil War, a Reading & Discussion program hosted by Onondaga Historical Association

Black Feminist Praxis, a Reading & Discussion program at Wendy’s Subway

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Your Silence Will Not Protect You!, a Reading & Discussion sponsored by Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center

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Long Island MANY Workshop: Access and Identity

Long Island Meet Up

In Cold Blood: True Crime, an American Genre; a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

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Your Silence Will Not Protect You!, a Reading & Discussion program at CUNY Graduate Center

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Environmentalism, a Reading & Discussion program at Penfield Recreation

Serving, a Reading & Discussion Program sponsored by NYU Urban Democracy Lab

Place and Story, a Reading & Discussion program hosted by NYU School of Professional Studies

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Place and Story, a Reading & Discussion program at Hudson River Museum

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The Serious Side of Food, a Reading & Discussion Program at CUNY Institute for Health Equity

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Memorable American Fiction from West to East, a Reading & Discussion program at Clyde-Savannah Public Library

The Art of Inclusion (Ganondagan)

Growing & Aging, a Reading & Discussion program at Project Open

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The Art of Inclusion (Ganondagan)

Your Silence Will Not Protect You!, a Reading & Discussion sponsored by Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center

How Current Events Intersect With Our Constitutional Rights, a Reading & Discussion program sponsored by JCC Mid-Westchester

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Hudson Valley MANY Workshop: Access and Identity

Hudson Valley Meet Up

Place and Story, a Reading & Discussion sponsored by Champlain Area Trails

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Growing & Aging, a Reading & Discussion program at West Side YMCA

Place and Story, a Reading & Discussion program hosted by NYU School of Professional Studies

Memorable American Fiction from West to East, a Reading & Discussion program at Newark Public Library

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The Art of Inclusion (NYC)

Environmentalism, a Reading & Discussion program at Penfield Recreation

Serving, a Reading & Discussion Program sponsored by NYU Urban Democracy Lab

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Memorable American Fiction from West to East, a Reading & Discussion program at Pittsford Community Library

Place and Story, a Reading & Discussion program at Hudson River Museum

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In Cold Blood: True Crime, an American Genre; a Reading & Discussion program at Rye Free Reading Room

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Lincoln on the Civil War, a Reading & Discussion program hosted by Onondaga Historical Association

American Politics and Community Today, a Reading & Discussion Program at Chatham Public Library

Growing & Aging, a Reading & Discussion program at Project Open

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Your Silence Will Not Protect You!, a Reading & Discussion sponsored by Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center

Muslim Journeys, a Reading & Discussion program sponsored by the Arts Council of the Southern Finger Lakes

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In Cold Blood: True Crime, an American Genre; a Reading & Discussion program at Woodstock Public Library

Growing & Aging, a Reading & Discussion program at Ontario Public Library

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Researching New York Conference

Dante’s Inferno, a Reading & Discussion program at the University Club of Albany

The Secret Wisdom of Nature: Reflections on Our Place in the Natural World, a Reading & Discussion program at Southworth Library

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Researching New York Conference

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Researching New York Conference

Treasured Traditions: A Statement of Place

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Treasured Traditions: A Statement of Place

BAKE-OFF Community Playwriting Series Performance

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Treasured Traditions: A Statement of Place

Lincoln on the Civil War, a Reading & Discussion program hosted by Onondaga Historical Association

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Treasured Traditions: A Statement of Place

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Treasured Traditions: A Statement of Place

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Treasured Traditions: A Statement of Place

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Treasured Traditions: A Statement of Place

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Treasured Traditions: A Statement of Place

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