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When: Thursday, November 8, 6:30pm
Price: $15 General Admission | $10 for Museum Members | Free for Students



March For Our Lives NYC, courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons by mathiaswasik, wasikphoto.com

Join journalist Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! and leading youth activists Brea Baker, Ramon Contreras, and Hebh Jamal to discuss the key mobilizations of our moment—from gun control to immigrant rights—and how they draw on a long history of protest. This event celebrates the Museum’s publication of Activist New York: A History of People, Protest, and Politics (NYU Press, 2018) and a new case study on the movement against the Vietnam War in the Activist New York exhibition. Museum curator and author of the Activist New York book, Steven Jaffe, will introduce the program.

https://www.mcny.org/event/activist-new-york-next-generation