Volunteer Meeting & Art Build

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

Join us in preparation for another week of struggle for a free Palestine! We will

ATOMIC BAMBOOZLE: FILM SCREENING AND PANEL DISCUSSION

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

ATOMIC BAMBOOZLE follows anti-nuclear activists, tribal leaders, scientists and attorneys as they draw lessons from the decades-long campaign to shut down the Trojan Nuclear Power plant in Oregon and extend those lessons into a new struggle to stop small modular reactors (SMRs) that are being aggressively promoted by the Department of Energy and nuclear industry in response to the climate crisis. A FILM BY JAN HAAKEN.

The Boy They Called Wolf: The Racial-Gendering of Brown Men

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

This event outlines the myriad ways in which brown men are subjected to Orientalist depictions and examines how these caricatures serve to dehumanize brown men and justify their maiming and extinction.

Youth Coalition Activism Workshop

We will explore the correlation between Palestine and activism for all people! We’ll also have fun activities, lunch, and snacks for the children.

Artists Against Apartheid New York City Meet-Up

Join Artists Against Apartheid for a New York City meet-up. We will discuss the political moment, the history of art and cultural organizing in political movements, and break into groups to envision future projects! RSVP now!

Art, Culture, and the Anti-Apartheid Struggle | VIRTUAL EVENT

Join us this Sunday for a panel discussion on historical and present-day anti-apartheid cultural movements from South Africa to Palestine, featuring Wally Serote, Poet Laureate of South Africa and founding Chairperson of the MEDU Arts Ensemble, Judy Seidman, member of the Medu Arts Ensemble, Clarissa Bitar, award-winning Palestinian oud musician and composer, and Niki Franco, podcaster & cultural worker.

Volunteer Meeting & Art Build – Jan 22

🇵🇸Join us in preparation for another week of struggle for a free Palestine! We will discuss the current moment, prepare materials for this week of mobilization, and more! RSVP now!

Film Screening: Obaltan (The Aimless Bullet) (1961)

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

Called the greatest Korean film of all time, and at one point banned in South Korea because of its stark depiction of the war, Obaltan depicts life in Seoul just years after the end of the Korean War as the hardships and anxieties of the social and economic devastation are played out by a few people trying to better themselves and those just trying to get by.

CALL FOR ART - Artists Against Apartheid

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