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Brian Lehrer Show Looks for Your Input on Activist New York
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The Brian Lehrer Show is featuring photos from the Activist NY exhibit and looking for your comments.  The exhibit is in the new Puffin Foundation Gallery at the Museum of the City of NY.  Take a look.

The Museum of the City of New York has a new exhibit, “Activist New York”, exploring the rich history of how New Yorkers push for change. We’ll post a few a week for the next few weeks. Share them widely and tell us what you notice about these images and what they tell you about New York’s activist history. See more here: