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April 25, 2024

Five4Five Films 5th Annual Film Festival

Join Five4Five Films for their 5th Annual Film Festival on Thursday, June 13, 2024 from 4:00PM-6:30PM at The Forum @ Columbia University (605 West 125th Street)! This free, festive event features a red carpet, food, live music, and original short films, including original short films from Five4Five Films students across the Bronx, Manhattan, and Brooklyn. This is a great way to kick-off summer and support local middle and high school filmmakers. RSVP today before tickets sell out! 

April 11, 2024

2024 NYC Youth Agenda

Each year, the NYC Youth Agenda Steering Committee develops their annual Youth Agenda and policy recommendations by analyzing the Youth Ask Youth survey results, hosting policy generation events, and engaging in conversations with youth from all over New York City. On April 15, 2024, they will present the 2024 NYC Youth Agenda which includes their findings and policy recommendations in the areas of: mental health, environmental justice, housing security, education equity, and economic mobility. Registration is now open

April 11, 2024

Race & Education | A Conversation on Stay and Prevail: Students of Color Don’t Need to Leave Their Communities to Succeed

Students of color from low-income backgrounds are often told they must leave their communities to find success. This ‘leave to succeed’ mindset poses a significant threat to students’ identities, prompting unsettling questions. Join The Hunt Institute’s webinar on April 16, 2024 at 2:00 PM to hear co-authors Nancy Gutiérrez and Roberto Padilla discuss their new book, Stay and Prevail: Students of Color Don’t Need to Leave Their Communities to Succeed. Registration is now open

March 14, 2024

Queens World Film Festival

The 13th Annual Queens World Film Festival is set to run at the Museum of the Moving Image and Kaufman Astoria Studios, from April 16, 2024 - April 28, 2024. The festival will feature 152 films from 19 nations, with 67 films from metro New York, including films from all 5 Boroughs. The festival is curated in thematic blocs with films grouped together for specific cinematic experiences, guaranteeing that they have something for everyone. Check out the films or the blocs. Tickets are now available. Use their Friends and Family code at checkout to take $5 off the ticket price: QWFriends/Family 

March 14, 2024

Go For Broke: Visions of New Solidarities

Join the CUNY SPS Youth Studies community on April 4, 2024, at 6:30pm for a radical community dialogue grounded in Elizabeth Bishop’s recent book, Whiting Out: Writing on Vulnerability, Racism and Repair. The evening features scholar-activists Wendy Barrales, Damaris Dunn, and CUNY SPS Academic Director of Youth Studies, Sarah Zeller-Berkman, in conversation with Dr. Bishop, for a dynamic discussion on critical youth development. Registration is now open.

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