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Younger Americans are getting a bad deal. How?
Read all about it in this NY Times article by Astra Taylor. ... more
Another Great Review of the Puffin-Supported Exhibit City of Workers at the Museum of the City of New York
The exhibition City of Workers, City of Struggle: How Labor Movements Changed... more
Puffin is proud to support the Economic Hardship Reporting Project
The voices of the poor, marginalized and financially struggling are rarely heard... more
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Younger Americans are getting a bad deal. How?
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Read all about it in this NY Times article by Astra Taylor.  She's a Puffin Foundation/Economic Hardship Reporting Project Fellow.
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/10/18/opinion/old-age-president-2020.html


Evan Hunt, 9, argued for lowering the voting age at a city council hearing in Hyattsville, Md., in 2015. Jabin Botsford/The New York Times

 
Another Great Review of the Puffin-Supported Exhibit City of Workers at the Museum of the City of New York
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The exhibition City of Workers, City of Struggle: How Labor Movements Changed New York, mounted at the Museum of the City of New York, does almost everything it needs to do in telling the story of a critical mass movement that microcosmically mirrors the large forces that have shaped the nation’s economic and political history. This story is told through a variety of media: photographs, wood engravings, lithographs, digital reproductions, plus a host of pieces of material culture. Read more: https://hyperallergic.com/515695/city-of-workers-city-of-struggle/

 
Puffin is proud to support the Economic Hardship Reporting Project
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The voices of the poor, marginalized and financially struggling are rarely heard in the mainstream media. Puffin is proud to support the Economic Hardship Reporting Project and articles like these: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/oct/30/america-black-farmers-louisiana-sugarcane

 
Review: New York City's labor history at the Museum of the City of New York
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The New York Times and In These Times agree. Check out their reviews of the Puffin sponsored exhibit on New York City's labor history at the Museum of the City of New York.


Labor Day Art Guide: Summer Shows to See Before They Close (NY Times)
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/29/arts/design/labor-day-art-guide.html

 

A Worker’s Place Is in the Museum (In These Times)

http://inthesetimes.com/article/21999/a-workers-place-is-in-the-museum

 
Atlantic Puffins Thriving on Remote Nesting Islands Off Maine
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Good news for Puffins! Let's hope that concerted efforts to battle global warming will lead to more good years.

Read this article from PressHerald.com!

"One of the most beloved birds in Maine is having one of its most productive seasons in years for mating pairs on remote islands off the state’s coast.

Atlantic puffins, with their colorful beaks and waddling walks, are one of New England’s best-recognized seabirds. Maine is the only state in the U.S. where the birds breed, and they do so on hard-to-reach places such as Seal Island National Wildlife Refuge in the Gulf of Maine.

The birds are well on their way to setting a record for the number of breeding pairs, said National Audubon Society scientist Dr. Stephen Kress, who has studied the birds for years. Kress said nearly 750 pairs nested on Seal Island and Eastern Egg Rock in 2018, and this year’s number will likely be higher.

The birds are thriving because of multiple factors, including an abundance of the type of fish they’re best suited to eat, such as young haddock and hake and herring. In some previous years, the birds have suffered because those fish were less available, replaced by fish that are more difficult for them to digest. The appearance of the more ideal fish could have to do with the Gulf of Maine running somewhat cool recently."

Article by BY PATRICK WHITTLE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Continue reading on PressHerald.com.

 
Pride: Photographs of Stonewall and Beyond at MCNY
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Pride: Photographs of Stonewall and Beyond by Fred W. McDarrah is now on display at the Museum of the City of NY. The exhibit features Fred W. McDarrah’s historic images of the initial Stonewall uprising, portraits of significant figures in the LGBTQ rights movement, and photographs of pride marches, protests, and public events for the LGBTQ community. PRIDE, on view from June 6 through December 31, is organized by Sarah Seidman, the Puffin Foundation Curator of Social Activism at the Museum of the City of New York. Read more about it in this AM New York article.

 
Don't miss these great public programs at MCNY being run through the support of the Puffin Foundation
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Museum of the City of New York: City of Workers, City of Struggle Programs

Upcoming exhibition City of Workers, City of Struggle chronicles how countless waves of workers – women, immigrants, people of color, and the “unskilled” – have long struggled over pay, power, and inclusion. Inspired by the exhibition, join us for this series of programs that examine how New Yorkers have made and remade city life in ways that still affect us all.

Additional programs to be announced, check back or join MCNY email list for updates.

Click on a program below to learn more and purchase tickets.

 
Check out May 1st's am New York. The cover story is all about the Puffin sponsored exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York on the history of unions and workers struggling for fair pay and decent conditions in NYC.
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By Lisa L. Colangelo

"New York City has proudly worn the mantle of being a union town for well over a century.

But the story of how it became a powerhouse in the labor movement is complex, a narrative shaped by bold actions and courage as well as backstabbing and internal conflicts.

“City of Workers, City of Struggle: How Labor Movements Changed New York,” opening Wednesday at the Museum of the City of New York, takes a look at the fight for workers' rights and its roots in 19th century industrialization up to the current debate over Amazon’s halted plan to put a new headquarters in Queens." Continue reading on amny.com.

 
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