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DCTV: PRO-TV Baltimore Rising Screening

PRO-TV, in partnership with The Gathering For Justice, would like to invite you to a special screening of Baltimore Rising, an HBO documentary film about the social justice movement in Baltimore following the death of Freddie Gray. The film will be followed by a Q & A with

SMS Faculty Member Kathleen Sweeney Collaborates as Communications Consultant with Director Helen Whitney on Her Latest PBS Documentary, “Into The Night”

SMS Faculty Member Kathleen Sweeney Collaborates as Communications Consultant with Director Helen Whitney on Her Latest PBS Documentary, “Into The Night” a  lyrical exploration of mortality. Through the lens of astrophysics, art, cryonics, near death experiences and green burials, nine individuals from all walks of

Event: Letters Beyond Bars; with Families for Freedom, Christine Kitano, Terry Watanda, Karen Tei Yamashita and Tamara Nopper

Come for a special reading and discussion with Families For Freedom, Christine Kitano, Terry Watada and Karen Tei Yamashita about how the histories of Japanese internment relate to the vast criminal immigration system in the United States today, and how letter writing and family memory catalyzes these experiences into political

International Field Program Now Accepting Applications for TNS 2018 Summer Programs in Argentina and Colombia

International Field Program is now accepting applications for The New School’s 2018 Summer Programs in Argentina and Colombia. Gain international experience in socioeconomic rights, urban and community development, labor practices, governance, human rights, and cooperative development. Through a mixture of hands-on work and an immersive educational experience,

Students of Color Weekly is hosting a meet-up

This week Students of Color Weekly is hosting a meet-up discussing the themes and issues brought up in Beyonce’s “Formation” as this Tuesday marks its second anniversary! Come through for light refreshments, good company and great conversation about the ways Black art and artists create

Samaritans Suicide Prevention Center in association with The NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute invite you to join “Helping or Hurting? The Media’s Impact in Reporting Mental Health”

Samaritans Suicide Prevention Center in association with The NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute invite you to join noted local and national media, communications and mental health experts for: Helping or Hurting? The Media’s Impact in Reporting Mental Health. Friday, February 23, 2018 2:30 –

Cinema Tropical Festival 2018

CINEMA TROPICAL FESTIVAL 2018 February 2 – 4, 2018 Museum of the Moving Image Cinema Tropical, in partnership with Museum of the Moving Image,  present the 2018 edition of the Cinema Tropical Festival, celebrating the year’s best Latin American films. The festival will feature the winners of the 8th

Last Week: AMPL!FY at the Museum of Arts and Design

Don’t miss AMPL!FY in the Project Space before it closes on January 7! This exhibition—a partnership between MAD, Make Art with Purpose (MAP), Worldstudio, the New York City Department of Transportation’s Art Program, and Harlem Stage—presents thought-provoking posters about current social justice issues is the product of collaboration between nonprofits and

Making Movies that Change Lives by Center for Communication

With ​great​ storytelling and a marketing strategy to ​match​, documentaries and feature films can raise awareness of the most pressing issues ​of our time, ​and ​even ​initiate ​major​ change. Advocacy filmmakers share what drives ​them, ​how they get films with a call-to-action made. Erin Lee

The Future of Publishing is Audio – free lecture at TNS

With mobile allowing audiences to consume content on demand anywhere, anytime, audio storytelling is more popular than ever. The folks at the forefront of this revolution reveal how audio is transforming the publishing industry and creating new career opportunities. RSVP Here Molly Barton, Founder, Serial