Explore Hemingway, gender, and identity with highlights from the series and conversation with filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, poet and memoirist Mary Karr, and literary scholar Dr. Marc K. Dudley, moderated by writer Lisa Kennedy.
Free online events in February center on SOUL! creator Ellis Haizlip, the documentary The Black Church, and Black female innovators seen in the Unladylike2020 series from American Masters.
Gentrification and affordable housing top the list of six primary issues facing New Yorkers of all backgrounds. Here’s what we learned from three years of conversations with thought leaders.
These 14 educators have fresh ideas that open new worlds for their students; a bold teaching style that creates joyful learning environments; and a commitment to social justice that pushes the field of education to become more equitable.
Register today to join New York City leaders who share their communities’ vulnerability and sustainability. The free event takes place December 2.
Stream the conversation of thought leaders from across communities and the U.S., who discuss criminal justice issues and narratives affecting America, and what can be done about them.
Where and what bags are affected by the ban on single-use plastic bans, and why this is happening.
The WNET Group is honored to accept CAE’s Luminary Award. Both organizations understand that empathy is an essential part of preventing violence.
Emergency funds, unemployment filing tips, mental health and sobriety counseling, advocacy organizations, impact surveys and more.