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Changing narratives, to change mindsets, to change behaviors.
Art Beyond Borders: Exploring Refugee Experiences in NYC
Around the world today, migration stories are at once deeply personal and share common realities. Artists are in a unique position to elevateS these lived complexities. Join borderless in conversation with artists Shimone Attie, Catalina Antonio Granados & Zac Hacmon about their latest work on Sanctuary City and the role of art in building a global movement for social change as it relates to the refugee and migration crises.
In-Person, and on Zoom.
*vaccination record required*
Being borderless: "No More Lines" Screening
Inspiring conversation with 6th graders at Brooklyn Collaborative Studies (BCS448) in New York about borders, refugees, climate change, elevating voices and social change.