Please join the City College of New York as we celebrate Black History Month with a special cultural performance entitled Dance Through the African Diaspora on Friday, February 24th at 7 pm.
Professor Klaus H. Jacob, of the Lamont-Doherty Earth
Observatory of Columbia University, will discuss his projections
on the impact of climate-driven sea-level rise in Brooklyn
waterfront neighborhoods in the coming decades.
Spoken Word: Featuring Poet Mariposa February 24 12:00 PM
Do you have a passion for baseball and consider yourself an expert on anything/everything baseball?
Distinguished Professor Michael Wallace, a Pulitzer prize-winning historian, will discuss the Occupy Wall
Street movement. This is the inaugural event of John Jay's new Symposium Series titled "Hot Topics, Cool Research".
This documentary chronicles the recent
past from 400 years of human
trafficking across the Atlantic to the
rich and enduring traditional and
modern culture of Ghana
Written by Tony Kushner.
Directed by Dave Dalton.
It’s the spring of 1932 and, in Berlin, a new age of fascism has begun, in this early, controversial work by the author of Angels in America.
What is our relationship to justice? Who does justice serve? When and how should we fight for justice? The CUNY Creative Arts Team's CAT Youth Theatre will explore many facets of justice in its upcoming original production of SEEKING JUSTICE.
The 3rd "Is Hip-Hop History?" features the work of researchers, hip-hop industry practitioners, artists, and working adult students. Keynote speakers: legendary deejay and producer Pete Rock and author Dax-Devlon Ross.
This traveling exhibition from the Staten Island Museum highlights Staten Island's African American community by looking at representative entreprenures.