A project of Brooklyn Historical Society
 
 
 
 

Events

Apr 24
Come talk about race, gender, sexuality and media with four zinesters, activists and media-makers.
 
Jun 12
How does our belief in race affect our most intimate relationships?
 
Past Events
The Loving Story screening with CUNY Law Professor, Victor Goode, and co-producer Patricia Romeu
 
Join us for a panel presentation and discussion about the long and diverse history of Islam in America.
 
Join us for an interactive presentation and dialogue about mixed-race identity and the role of science fiction in creating racial justice.
 
Part 2 on our readings series Quantifying Bloodlines
 
Part 1 in our reading series: Quantifying Bloodlines
 
Join Lucia Trimbur to discuss her new book and Gleason's Gym, New York's oldest boxing institution.
 
Let's talk about race, ethnicity, and identity as it relates to art, filmmaking, and media. Join us for a panel discussion and interactive conversation!
 
A public performance about gender politics, labor, and women's rights in Brooklyn; initiated by Suzanne Lacy with Creative Time and Brooklyn Museum
 
10th annual celebration!
 
“Baby brother or sister, will you look like me?”
 
How do you describe your Race on the U.S. Census?
 
Genealogy workshop with Wilhelmena Kelly
 
8-session literature and writing workshop focusing on stories that reflect experiences of race and identity
 
CBBG will present at the 2nd Biennial Critical Mixed Race Studies Conference - FREE and open to the public
 
Visual artists, historians, and community activists discuss Puerto Rican communities in 1970s New York.
 
Let’s talk about race, ethnicity, and identity. Panelists will start the conversation and we hope you’ll join in.
 
Presented by The Audre Lorde Project's SAFE OUTside the System, an anti-violence program
 
"Sometimes you substitute 'Black' for 'lower class' and they're not the same.
 
Celebrate Loving v. Virginia ~ Free ~ Multicultural ~ Family Friendly ~ Waterfront
 
"It's not so much me and Richard, it's the principle, it's the law - I don't think it's right." - Mildred Loving
 

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