As New York State announces $8.6 million to develop outpatient treatment for opioid use disorder, PBS stations in NY present programs and events focused on opioid addiction and the overdose crisis.
Hear from the country’s first legal supervised drug consumption site, OnPoint NYC, and the director of Love in the Time of Fentanyl. A free online event.
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Register for a free online event about corrections professionals and suicide, featuring Dr. Gerard W. Bryant among other expert panelists.
To speak and name one’s suffering creates the possibility for acceptance, progress, and transcendence. The problem is how few people are willing to hold space for such piercing despair. An essay by k. Neycha Herford.
The 2023 Alternate Side Parking Rules calendar, plus the meanings and origins of religious and legal holidays that grant more time to park on New York City streets.
Harpist Ashley Jackson on making music a joyful experience for her communities, and creating equity in classrooms and venues. A guest essay for Community Connections.
Attacks on abortion are devastating for reproductive freedom and people of color. Painful medical experiments and forced sterilization are part of a history of white supremacist tactics to control reproduction. A guest essay from Senti Sowjwal
NYADIFF 2022 kicks off its 30th season on Friday, November 25 and runs through December 11. The opening film is Senuwell Smith and Rodrick F. Wimberly’s documentary, “The Woodstock of House,” about the founding DJs of house music in Chicago, and the thriving, inclusive scene they fostered.
Livestream talks with national thought leaders and city mayors about the steps required for post-pandemic recovery and growth.
The Biden administration’s ambivalent and contradictory border policy reflects a broader truth about asylum in the United States: the immigration system is built on exclusion, not on humanitarianism or aid. A Community Connections essay for The WNET Group, by Miriam Pensack.
Talks that explore America’s response to the Holocaust and other historic traumas; the reckoning to face; and what can be done today. Register today.
What are the moral consequences of the U.S.’s punitive response to migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers? An online panel, September 22 at 6pm.
Livestreaming on Wednesday, September 21, 6:00-7:30 pm ET. Click below to register for this event. How do Holocaust survivors view the causes and consequences of that historic trauma? How have the hateful policies and sentiments of Nazi Germany found new life…
The U.S. and the Holocaust screening and discussion at JCC Manhattan with The WNET Group, Tuesday, September 20, 6pm. Online or in-person.