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Grant & Program Events — September 2021

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Stories for Liberation/ Regeneration, Resilience and Rebirth/ Healing our Communities, Spirits and Land

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BronX BandA: Love and Resilience

BronX BandA: Love and Resilience

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HNY SHARP Action Grant Information Webinar

Community in Nature, a Reading & Discussion program at Bruce’s Garden in Isham Park, Manhattan.

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Stories for Liberation/ Regeneration, Resilience and Rebirth/ Healing our Communities, Spirits and Land

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Hester Jeffrey: Temperance; Suffrage; Political Action

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Views from the Watershed Audio Tour- Launch Event

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Hosting Reading & Discussion Programs

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Facilitating Reading & Discussion Programs

Of a Certain Age, a Reading & Discussion program at Cannon Free Library

James Baldwin and Us, a Reading & Discussion Program at Bailey’s Cafe

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Stories for Liberation/ Regeneration, Resilience and Rebirth/ Healing our Communities, Spirits and Land

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Cure Porch on Wheels Community Day

Writing the Watershed

Native Nations Festival 2021

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Native Nations Festival 2021

Passing the Women’s Rights Torch to the Present Generation

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Votes for Women!, a Reading & Discussion program at The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes

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James Baldwin’s America: Both Light and Dark, a Reading & Discussion Program at Lewis H. Latimer House Museum

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Patients’ Stories: Saranac Lake’s History through the Lens of Narrative Medicine, Danielle Spencer

Community Conversation: Underserved and Marginalized Groups in Jamestown – Part 1

Stories for Liberation/ Regeneration, Resilience and Rebirth/ Healing our Communities, Spirits and Land

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Transnational Feminist Futures, a Reading & Discussion Program at LIU Post

Confronting Racism at Home

Confronting Racism at Home

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“Radio Play”Listening Party

Zine Making Workshop with Drew Brown

FreedomCon 2021 – Destined to Engage and Collaborate: Examining the Social/Political Dynamics of Native Americans and African Americans in the United States

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Frances Ellen Watkins Harper

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Climate Change, a Reading & Discussion program at Prospect Lefferts Gardens Neighborhood Association

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James Baldwin and Us, a Reading & Discussion Program at Bailey’s Cafe

Reading the American Dream, a Reading & Discussion program at Franklin Free Library

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EVC Presents: Docs & Dialogue – New Visions

nderserved and Marginalized Groups in Jamestown – Part 2

Stories for Liberation/ Regeneration, Resilience and Rebirth/ Healing our Communities, Spirits and Land

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