Thursday, February 10th, 2022 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM EST
Join More Art for a culminating panel following the launch of our open letter to hold Mayor Adams and his administration accountable for ensuring access to basic needs for all New Yorkers.
During the fall of 2021, More Art hosted More or Less: Notes to Our Next Mayor — a series of three conversations inviting community members to discuss the most pressing needs of New York City residents: shelter, food and health. As new leadership enters City Hall, these conversations have culminated in an open letter to the new administration, providing a list of demands in order to prioritize underserved populations in New York City. As part of our At the Table – Dialogue + Art series, the conversations — On Food with guest artist Candace Thompson; On Shelter with Betty Yu; and On Health with Jeff Kasper — brought together activists, artists, and community members across the five boroughs to craft this document to Mayor Adams.
What would you add? Join the conversation on February 10, 7 – 8:30pm, with Candace Thompson, Betty Yu, Jeff Kasper, Nathan Hunter (Bronx based educator and land steward), Amy Ellenbogen (therapist and founder, Conspiring for Good), Michael Higgins (Senior Housing and Sustainability Organizer, Brooklyn Movement Center) and More Art as we discuss the letter, our process, and the work that needs to be done to ensure an equitable future for all New Yorkers.
The event is free and open to the public. Zoom link will be sent ahead of time to those who RSVP.
Read and sign our open letter here.
Questions? Email Shawn@moreart.org
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