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Puffin Foundation curator for Social Activism (at Museum of the City of New York​) Sarah Seidman and curator/author Steve Jaffe will be on Midday on WNYC​ at about 1:25pm this afternoon. They will discuss activism in NYC including the Activist NY exhibition and book. Tune in!

Activist NY: https://www.mcny.org/exhibition/activist-new-york

WNYC: https://www.wnyc.org/story/midday-on-wnyc-2018-07-25