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Friday, December 2; 7:00 – 8:30pm
NYU School of Law, 40 Washington Sq. So., Rm. 210 (betw. MacDougal & Sullivan Sts.)
Registration: $35; $25 Low Income ($40; $30 at door)
Click here to register.
What is the human cost of living in a city where the divide between rich and poor is greater than at any time in recent history? Where too many New Yorkers are homeless (or afraid they could be at any moment)? Where the response to unemployment, homelessness and more is being dictated by market considerations rather than moral convictions? Where the influence of cultural “outsiders” is in danger of disappearing?
Join Lenora Fulani for a thought-provoking look at what it will take, socially, emotionally, culturally and politically for ordinary people – poor, middle class and wealthy – to come together in our post-election world and shape a city and country of inclusion that supports the development of all. New York City – and America – is at a crossroads, with new solutions and renewed hope needed. We invite you to discover what’s possible – through the eyes of an African-American independent.