On October 24, 2019, students of House 2, in collaboration with the Urban Studies Program, hosted the 6th Annual Gentrification Panel and Roundtable Workshops for Community Days. The panel featured activists from a variety of NYC organizations that are working to protect tenants, local culture, and affordable housing in New York City.
On April 10, Guttman students from House 3 attended a live studio filming of the news show Democracy Now! The visit was part of the group’s Community Days curriculum, and the show was chosen as an example of independent, viewer-funded media.
Imagine being held in immigrant detention and having no way to communicate with anyone outside of the detention facility? On April 24, 150 students led by Rebecca Walker, Professor of Mathematics, and April Burns, Assistant Professor of Psychology, partnered with First Friends of New Jersey and New York to create and assemble 400 writing […]