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FILM STYLO: STUDENT FILMS FROM THE PANDEMIC - NEW HAVEN AND HONG KONG

Over the past months, students in New Haven and Hong Kong have been simultaneously participating in a stay-at-home filmmaking initiative called Film Stylo, which guides them to create short films...

Interview with Paul Bryant Hudson

Allison Hadley, our Volunteer Coordinator interviews local musician and composer Paul Bryant Hudson about his role in the upcoming panel ‘Slavery and the American Story,' and the role of history,...

CONSTITUTION CAFE: THE CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITS OF THE POLICE USE OF FORCE, JUNE 10

Join Ekow Yankah, law professor at Cardozo School of Law; freedom fighter Kerry Ellington; facilitator Eric Rey, your neighbors, and local experts in a series of community dialogues the...

Stories, Sovereignty, and Imagining Forward

A conversation with Native American artists and leaders who offer their perspective on issues of sovereignty, ancestry, and post-pandemic survival, organized in partnership with theater director...

Don't Miss: STORIES, SOVEREIGNTY, AND IMAGINING FORWARD

Theater director Madeline Sayet invites you to join her and a distinguished panel of Native American artists and leaders who offer their perspective on issues of sovereignty, ancestry, and post-...

Scene On Your Screen, Ep. 7

This week, we continue our Ideas series on the theme of Democracy: We the People, particularly timely as citizens here in New Haven and throughout the country are exercising their right to protest...

Compagnia de' Colombari - More or Less I am, episode 2: The City

In our community, we are all citizens, we are one.

THIS IS THE CITY

Ashlyn Isler, Sorab Wadia, Jenni Lea Jones, Carlton Terrence Taylor, Uncle Ted, Cristina Spina

Ned Eisenberg, Paul Robert Pryce...

DEMOCRACY, REFUGEES, AND ASYLUM

Historian Quan Tran, sociologist Jasmina Besirevic-Regan, and Nour Al Zouabi, a Syrian refugee, share their personal stories and professional perspectives on borders, migration, and democracy.

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Artist Response to Stephanie Burt's Advice From the Lights

Interview with New Haven native and artist Bubblicious about her art and contribution to the Virtual Art Gallery - Advice From the Lights: An Artistic Response to the poetry of Stephanie Burt.

DEMOCRACY, PANDEMIC, AND HOW WE MOVE FORWARD

Former Connecticut Secretary of State Miles Rapoport moderates a conversation with political commentator and author Heather McGhee, political activist and CEO of Voto Latino María Teresa Kumar, and...

Constitution Cafe: The Role of Government During Pandemic, June 3

Mayor Justin Elicker, facilitator Eric Rey, your neighbors, and local experts engage in a community dialogue about the role of the government in a pandemic.

DE-CENTERING GENDER AND THE POLITICS OF TRANS ALLYSHIP

As part of our NEA Big Read Series, Nasty Women Connecticut is sitting in conversation with phenomenal local artists and educators to unpack what it means to decenter gender in a very binary world,...

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