Colorful Stripes

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Facilitating Reading & Discussion Programs

Humanities New York 150 Broadway, 17th Floor, New York, NY

This webinar will introduce facilitators of HNY's Reading & Discussion programs to the method we use for leading conversations.   Please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAlduCsqTItGtADOXJ_2SK7fUkeC-vP6YMN

Hosting Reading & Discussion Programs

Humanities New York 150 Broadway, 17th Floor, New York, NY

A webinar for program directors who are hosting HNY's Reading & Discussion programs. Please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEqfuGvrTksGdQd2bRFx53p--DQ0Q42M6gP

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

What Does Literature, Philosophy, and Religion Have To Say About Serving Our Community?, a Reading & Discussion program at Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center

Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center 341 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY

What does it mean to serve one’s community? What do we gain as individuals and as members of a community by doing so? How can we bridge divisions of experience, perspective, and geography in order to strengthen community? “Talking Justice: What Does Religion, Philosophy, and Literature Have to Say About Serving Our Community?” invites interested individuals, including members of non-profit service organizations, community activists, members of religious congregations, volunteers and would-be volunteers, to come together to consider the challenges and possibilities of community service. Together, we’ll read and discuss essays, speeches, stories, and poems from the Civically Engaged Reader (Eds. […]

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Food Glorious Food, a Reading & Discussion program at Colonie Senior Service Centers

Colonie Senior Service Centers 6 Winners Circle, Albany, NY

Join facilitator Diane Conroy-LaCivita, visiting chefs and food producers for a monthly book club and practicum all about food entitled "Food Glorious Food". We will explore the serious side of food, how it is produced, the economics and politics behind it and the responsibility we have as consumers. This reading and discussion program will also entail local food production including some hands-on opportunities.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

What Does Literature, Philosophy, and Religion Have To Say About Serving Our Community?, a Reading & Discussion program at Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center

Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center 341 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY

What does it mean to serve one’s community? What do we gain as individuals and as members of a community by doing so? How can we bridge divisions of experience, perspective, and geography in order to strengthen community? “Talking Justice: What Does Religion, Philosophy, and Literature Have to Say About Serving Our Community?” invites interested individuals, including members of non-profit service organizations, community activists, members of religious congregations, volunteers and would-be volunteers, to come together to consider the challenges and possibilities of community service. Together, we’ll read and discuss essays, speeches, stories, and poems from the Civically Engaged Reader (Eds. […]

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

Black Whalers

The Whaling Museum & Education Center 301 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, NY

The Whaling Museum is hosting a project centered around a new exhibition exploring the role of Black mariners in whaling history, bringing into perspective a significant but largely hidden time in American history for the general public.

Recurring

What Does Literature, Philosophy, and Religion Have To Say About Serving Our Community?, a Reading & Discussion program at Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center

Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center 341 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY

What does it mean to serve one’s community? What do we gain as individuals and as members of a community by doing so? How can we bridge divisions of experience, perspective, and geography in order to strengthen community? “Talking Justice: What Does Religion, Philosophy, and Literature Have to Say About Serving Our Community?” invites interested individuals, including members of non-profit service organizations, community activists, members of religious congregations, volunteers and would-be volunteers, to come together to consider the challenges and possibilities of community service. Together, we’ll read and discuss essays, speeches, stories, and poems from the Civically Engaged Reader (Eds. […]