Divided in a Diverse City
This event is part of the series Only In New York
New York Times journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones and NYC Council Member Brad Lander examine the value of “diversity” and the realities of racial segregation in New York City today.
Only in New York is a monthly series in which New York Times journalist Sarah Maslin Nir brings together two remarkable New Yorkers from different worlds to explore key questions about the city’s identity, culture, and history. The conversations are inspired by the Museum's new landmark exhibition, New York at Its Core.
Reception to follow the program.
About the Speakers
Nikole Hannah-Jones is an award-winning investigative reporter for the New York Times Magazine. She has spent the last five years investigating the way racial segregation in housing and schools is maintained through official action and policy. Currently, Hannah-Jones is writing a book on school segregation called "The Problem We All Live With."
Brad Lander was elected to the New York City Council in 2009 representing Brooklyn’s 39th District. He formerly directed Brooklyn’s Fifth Avenue Committee, a nationally-recognized community development organization. There he created and preserved affordable housing, established innovative programs to address gentrification, and launched job training and economic development programs.
$25 for adults | $20 for seniors, students & educators (with ID) | $15 for Museum members. Includes Museum admission.
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