Dapper Dan: The Man, The Journey, The Creator

The story of Dapper Dan is one of resilience. To understand the struggle, one must journey back in time to the process that led this self-made entrepreneur into the fashion global figure he is today. During the Civil Rights era the man formally known to his community as Daniel Day worked for the Harlem newspaper […]

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Zang Toi Fall 2019 All-American Collection

Date: Wednesday, February 13th. Venue: Spring Studios Arriving to the United States nearly 38 years ago, beloved fashion designer to the stars Zang Toi paid tribute to the country he calls home with a patriotic collection. In keeping with nostalgic themes, models hair featured Old Hollywood sculpted waves, WWII inspired red lips, and glamorous winged eyeshadow. Tri-color palette featured the […]

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A Whole Latka Love Chanukah Gathering With Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Date: Sunday, December 9th. Venue: Jewish Center of Jackson Heights Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joined Jews for Racial & Economic Justice (JREJ) to celebrate the Jewish eight-day, wintertime “festival of lights” of Chanukah (also known as Hanukkah) with dancing, singing, lighting the menorah and enjoying delicious Latkes. Ocasio shared her experience with the story of Hanukkah, the miracle of the eight days […]

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Community Conversation With Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez & Ady Barkan

Democratic Socialists gathered together for a Listening Tour with special guest speakers Democratic Primary winner of New York’s 14th Congressional District Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and progressive activist Ady Barkan. Community open dialogue began with Johnathan Smith, President of the NY Metro Area Postal Union urging the audience to support Postal Banking. Over 9 million Americans have no access to […]

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Shaun King Writing Workshop At NYU

(Venue: NYU Global Center) (Date: Saturday, March 24th) Real Justice PAC co-founder, activist and Intercept columnist Shaun King returns to New York for a crash course in media/writing. The former history professor began his presentation walking students through the significance of late German historian Leopold von Ranke, how his contributions helped decode the status quo, even drawing analog to the […]

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Trevor Noah Uncensored

Date: Saturday, August 19th Venue: The Paramount – Huntington NY The Daily Show host, Trevor Noah, gave a no holds barred performance at The Paramount, tackling Donald Trump and systematic racism in America. Born of Xhosa (his mother) and Swiss German descent (his father), Trevor revered his mother as a trailblazer to anti-white-supremacy, “Never let […]

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Shaun King Launch Of Woke Folks Event

Date: Wednesday, August 2nd. Venue: P.S. 63, New York City Shaun King, a man of many hats; the New York Daily News journalist, TYT commentator and civil rights activist, stood before a packed auditorium and unraveled piece by piece the tangled web of cognitive dissonance and blatant dysfunction that is our political system. “Saying America is the greatest country […]

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Pre-Inauguration Protest Rally of Donald Trump With Michael Moore, Bill De Blasio and Alec Baldwin

Date: Thursday, January 19. Location: Columbus Circle – CPW, NYC — A bevy of celebrities, activists and leaders, joined Mayor Bill De Blasio and Film director Michael Moore, for the Pre-Inauguration Protest Rally of Donald Trump. Those attending included NAACP President Cornell William Brooks, Reverend Al Sharpton, actors Alec Baldwin, Robert De Niro, Mark Ruffalo, Julian […]

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Anniesa Hasibuan SS17 Collection

Date: Monday, September 12th. Venue: The Dock (Moynihan Station) Named by CNN New York Fashion Week’s most groundbreaking fashion show, Indonesian fashion designer Anniesa Hasibuan featured a hijab friendly collection inspired by her hometown Jakarta. Makeup was minimal as models featured nude faces with subtle contoured highlights and glossed lips. Headscarf styles came in a plethora of […]

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Former Baltimore Cop Michael A. Wood Jr. On The Supreme Court, The Second Amendment And Activism

Over a year ago, in a series of tweets, former Baltimore cop, Michael A. Wood Jr., took to Twitter to whistle blow police corruption in the city of Baltimore. In August 2016, the Department of Justice released a 163 page report detailing the Baltimore Police Department’s violation of the First & Fourth Amendments, the federal anti-discrimination laws, Title VI, the Safe […]

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Bern NY Bern

Date: April 4 Venue: Flash Factory – New York Susan Sarandon hosted a night of live performances and guest speaking for Bern NY Bern, a mobilization for Bernie Sander’s presidential campaign at the famed Flash Factory. Guests enjoyed selifes at the step and repeat and supporting local vendors with their purchase of election merchandise. Sarandon […]

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Bernie Sanders South Bronx Rally

Venue: Saint Mary’s Park Date: March 31. Joined by over 18,000 supporters in South Bronx, Bernie Sanders delivered a message of hope as he touched on social and economic issues, from Police Reform to the gender pay gap, universal healthcare, raising the minimum wage, tuition-free public colleges and campaign finance corruption. Celebrity appearances included actress […]

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