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WHY WE VOTE
Learn how the President will have an impact on the housing crisis in Philly and what citizens can do to shape the outcome
Mark Hoffman interviews Senator Sharif Street about Act 77, the new mail-in voting guidelines. Monique Robinson explains the process.
Censo 2020 featuring Vanessa Caracoza and Juan Giarrizzo.
Hosts Arianne Bracho and Carmen Marcet talk about women's’ issues from a holistic perspective. (Spanish)
Creating a Culture of Change: A Series of Conversations on Race and Community Building
Building Community Through Faith, moderated by NNAAC's Program Coordinator Isra Daraiseh. With guest presenters were Margari Aziza Hill - co-founder/executive director Muslim ARC - Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative; Jasiri X -hip-hop artist, activist, co-founder/CEO of 1Hood Media; and Ahmad Jotan - community organizer at Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN).
Hosted by Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture, Arab American National Museum, and National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC) (NNAAC)
That time when the Hear Us Out crew talked to Romona Africa about the MOVE organization, black liberation, and the future of policing and Victor Jackson performed thoughtful poetry.
A rotating line up of dynamic performances and digital media curated by local arts and culture presenters. Featuring Termite TV Collective
Entertainment includes young artist, Mateo Sabastian, the fabulous Seimpre Salsa All Stars headlined by Ms. Brenda K. Starr, dancers & cooking. Plus recognition of the impact of racial injustice & COVID-19 on the Latino community
a series of intergenerational conversations with Painted Bride Art Center
Artists discuss this important moment, furthering the momentum for the movement from the perspective of our truth-sayers
Sumi Tonooka + Arnetta Johnson
Greg Giovanni & Eric Jaffe
ursula rucker & Sudan Green
Moor Mother and Vernon Reid
In conversation, artists across generations discuss their work and perspectives on the evolving cultural landscape in celebration of The Kitchen’s upcoming 50th anniversary
During a global pandemic, the killing of one man sparked the biggest social movement in history. Cities all over the world erupted in protest, fueled by centuries of racial tension. A tribute to those who have lost their lives due to police brutality & to those who stand up for change.
"From the vaults" series, Retreads! Starting with the May, 2000 production of "Quest For Kuntzmann"