PORTUGUÊS BÁSICO 2 | SPRING 2024

Virtual Event with The People's Forum

For students who know the basic structure of Portuguese   New Students: An application and

PORTUGUÊS INTERMEDIATE 1 | SPRING 2024

Virtual Event with The People's Forum

Português Intermediário 1 is an intermediate class with a focus on deepening listening, speaking and developing communication skills in Portuguese in a conversational style, without translating into one’s native language, to allow you to deepen the understanding of advanced verbs tenses, to have more vocabulary, composed verbal structures, and more elaborate conversations with Portuguese native speakers.

BOOK TALK: DISMANTLING GREEN COLONIALISM

This discussion between Hamza Hamouchene, co-editor of Dismantling Green Colonialism, and Ashley Dawson, author of Environmentalism from Below, discusses the ways in which the imperative to transition off fossil fuels is leading to neo-colonial forms of energy and resource extraction in the countries of North Africa and beyond.

ASL LEVEL 1 | SPRING 2024

Virtual Event with The People's Forum

In this class, we will build your vocabulary in American Sign Language (get ready to be able to sign entire conversations!) and explore Deaf American culture and history.

OPEN STUDIO: Screen Printing

The People's Forum 320 West 37th Street, New York, NY, United States

This open studio is available for anyone who has already taken Screen Printing 101 or has significant experience with the practice and wants an opportunity to continue a project with guidance.

POLICE ABOLITION AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN COLOMBIA

A delegation of organizers are touring North America to both share stories about police abuse in Colombia and hear from local organizers about strategies they are using here that might be transferable to Colombia.

Marxism & National Liberation | Development of Socialism in the Arab World

The People's Forum 320 West 37th Street, New York, NY, United States

Looking into key Arab Marxist thinkers and revolutionaries, their proposals, contributions and debates, and the conditions they confronted, we will begin to develop an approach to understanding this period and its legacy for struggle today.

SCREENING: MISS ME YET? w/ MEANSTV

Paul & Eslanda Robeson Cinema 320 West 37th Street, New York, NY, United States

Join us for a two-day screening of the MeansTV series Miss Me Yet? which dives into the George W Bush administrations. We will be joined by creator Christopher Bell for a discussion after each screening.

MAKE AN URGENT DONATION: BREAD FOR OUR NEIGHBORS IN CUBA

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