T.A. Workshop: Activist Love Letters – Immigration and Heroes from Home!

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An emphatic thank you for those who stand strong for their beliefs. This two-hour session explores the waves of immigration of different ethnic communities, from the era of the Dyckman family to families of the present day. We will learn about everyday people at the forefront of championing change, promoting tolerance and humanizing the immigration journey. Part of NoMAA’s T.A. Workshop Series in partnership with Dyckman Farmhouse Museum, “Activist Love Letters” offers a forum for everyday people to see themselves as movement builders learning to intersect with art, culture and history through letter writing and dialogue. Led by Monica O. Montgomery, Strategic Director, Museum Hue. RSVP: artstroll@nomaanyc.org.

Este taller de dos horas explora las olas de inmigración de diferentes comunidades étnicas, desde la era de la familia Dyckman a las familias de la actualidad. Vamos a aprender sobre la gente común en la vanguardia de la defensa de cambio, promoción de la tolerancia y humanización del viaje migratorio. RSVP: artstroll@nomaanyc.org.

Special audiences/audiencias especiales: Families, Children, Young adults, Senior citizens

Dyckman Farmhouse Museum
4881 Broadway (at W 204th St)
New York, NY 10034
(212) 304-9422
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