• For Teachers | Art & Activism in NYC

    Thu, Jun 09

    Join us on Chancellor's Day for a full-day program exploring NYC’s identity as a site of activism and a fostering ground for art, though exhibition tours, lectures, and hands-on activities.

  • For Teachers: Protest & Urban Spaces

    Wed, May 11

    During this free lecture, explore the long history of protest surrounding NYC's public spaces, including events famously associated with Tompkins Square Park, Marcus Garvey Park, Union Square, and Zuccotti Park.

  • Memoirs of Activism

    Wed, Jun 22

    Join Eunice Lipton as she discusses her recently released memoir, "Distant Heartbeat", which explores how history can both haunt and mobilize families across generations.

  • New York Prohibitions

    Tue, May 17

    Join two leading scholars to discuss the role of the state in regulating alcohol in the early twentieth century and illegal substances today

  • Teaching Social Activism Conference

    Sat, May 21

    Educators are invited to present and participate in this free full-day conference, which highlights the various tools and techniques used by teachers to engage their students in the history and practice of social change.