Join a community discussion among people of color for reflections and reactions evoked by the lack of indictments of the police who killed Michael Brown and Eric Garner. The event organizers from WE ARE HERE: The Kara Walker Experience this past summer.
All people of color are welcome! Please bring a snack or dish to share.
Space generously donated by MoCADA (Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art) and has space for 50 people.
RSVP and arrive by 1pm.
Super excited to see this exhibition take place! It is so important and will share wonderful information and community time. The art work will also be brilliant!
From the website of Latino Social Innovation :
A physical exhibition of “Unbound: A Tribute to Aaron Swartz” will be presented in New York City at ThoughtWorks, a progressive technology company built by a community of passionate individuals whose purpose is to revolutionize software design, creation and delivery, while advocating for positive social change. This is the company where Aaron Swartz worked, building software in support of grass-roots political movements. We are thankful to ThoughtWorks for giving this exhibition a physical space and for granting us with the opportunity to bring people together to honor Aaron’s legacy under one roof. We are also thankful to ThoughtWorkers Jared Hatch, Andy McWilliams and Amy Schantz for helping to make the physical exhibit a reality.
Unbound: A Tribute to Aaron Swartz
Exhibit Duration: March 28 – May 30
Opening Reception: March 28 6PM – 9PM
Viewing Hours: Noon to 3PM on March 29, April 5, 12, 19, 26 or by appointment:
Jared Hatch, Connector email@example.com
Eliana Godoy, Exhibit Curator firstname.lastname@example.org,
Clara Rodriguez, Artist Advocate email@example.com