We the Youth! – The Keith Haring Lecture Series with Dr. Cornel West

Acclaimed philosopher and activist Dr. Cornel West, introduced by Ariana Reines, speaks to kids on the subject of Justice as part of Performance Space New York’s We The Youth – Keith Haring Lecture Series.

Attendees will be treated to free snacks and drinks followed by a dance party with Standing on the Corner Art Ensemble.

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Young People’s Chorus: Brundibar

In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, The Young People’s Chorus of New York City (YPC) perform the historic and poignant operetta Brundibár. The performance features a cast of 40 choristers and a 13-piece orchestra, conducted by YPC Associate Conductor Sophia Papoulis, with direction by Eric Einhorn of On Site Opera and costumes by Beth Goldenberg.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Jackie Robinson Museum

Honor the legacy of Dr. King and the fight for civil rights at the Jackie Robinson Museum. Learn about Jackie Robinson and Dr. King’s close friendship and their collaboration during landmark campaigns of the Civil Rights Movement.

Drop in to ongoing “Living Legacy” activities for children ages 5-13, take 20-minute museum highlight tours spotlighting Robinson…

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42 Screening + Jackie Robinson Trivia

Join the Jackie Robinson Museum for a one-of-a-kind opportunity to watch feature film “42” surrounded by artifacts from Robinson’s life and the moments portrayed on screen.

Show off your Jackie Robinson knowledge and win prizes in family-friendly trivia games before and during the movie. Tickets include all-day admission to the museum; which opens at 11…

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Valentine’s Day at the Jackie Robinson Museum

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a special look a the loving partnership between Jackie and Rachel Robinson and the Robinson family.

See items from the Robinson Family collection not regularly on display. Join story time at 1 pm & 2 pm and hands-on activities for children (ongoing between 12 pm & 3 pm).

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Native American Heritage Celebration

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with the Ramapough-Munsee Lenape Nation. A Land Acknowledgement ceremony will be held at Bartow-Pell’s Treaty Oak Lenape Site followed by an opportunity to view a family genealogy chart connecting the Bartow family within the Ramapough-Munsee Lenape. Also on display will be a Pell genealogy chart that identifies Anne Pell as…

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