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10/09/2020
The Blur and Breathe Books: A Lecture by Fred Moten

Just days ago, NYU Tisch School of the Arts's own Fred Moten was named a MacArthur Fellow. See him give his talk "The Blur and Breathe Books," later to become part of his book Black and Blur:
https://vimeo.com/159219381

Professor and poet Fred Moten gives the first annual José Esteban Muñoz Memorial Lecture, presented by NYU's Department of Performance Studies.

10/06/2020
Verbatim Performance Lab

Verbatim Performance Lab

We're proud to share the second artifact in our series on voting rights in America, "You Can't Unring the Bell." This piece features SuZy Hunt performing an excerpt of Attorney General Eric Holder's response to the Supreme Court's 2013 ruling in Shelby County v. Holder, striking down a section of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. #votingmatters #NYUVotes #verbatimperformance #ethnodrama

For the full clip, visit https://wp.nyu.edu/verbatimperformancelab/you-cant-unring-the-bell/

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06/26/2020
NYU Pride Month on Vimeo

🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈PRIDE GALLERY🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈
A patchwork quilt of videos to celebrate #Pride week!
https://vimeo.com/showcase/5458286

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06/19/2020
The Fire This Time: Ferguson and the Future of Race in America

Soon after the 2nd wave of Ferguson protests in 2014, NYU Center for Multicultural Education and Programs (NYU CMEP) brought together a panel including Brittney Cooper, Imani Henry, Kiese Laymon & Nyle Fort to talk about systemic racism, activism, and the possibility of change. Unmissable.

https://vimeo.com/152730333
NYU Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation NYU LGBTQ Center

An unmissable panel featuring Nyle Fort, Brittney Cooper, Imani Henry, Kiese Laymon, Hua-Yu Sebastian Cherng, and Frank Roberts. Presented by NYU's Center for…

06/05/2020
Agents of Change: Voices of a People's History

Staceyann Chin, Martha Redbone, and Wallace Shawn bring a diverse set of voices from American history to life in their Voices of a People's History performance at #NYU's Skirball Center.

https://vimeo.com/385528859

Part of the Agents of Change event, a group of performers including Staceyann Chin, Wallace Shawn, and Martha Redbone bring to life a diverse set of voices from…

05/29/2020
Bellevue: A Look Back at America's Most Storied Hospital

It's weathered pandemics and been at the heart of public health in New York City for centuries: discover the true story of Bellevue Hospital.

https://vimeo.com/406258144

Presented by David Oshinksy of #NYU's Grossman School of Medicine as part of NYU College of Arts and Science Bentson Dean's Lecture series.

David Oshinsky, director of the Division of Medical Humanities at NYU's Grossman School of Medicine, explores the multifaceted history of Bellevue Hospital,…

05/08/2020
A Love Affair With the Brain

"A Love Affair With the Brain" - Wendy Suzuki tells her story of memory and mentorship.

Part of the NYU College of Arts and Science Bentson Dean's Lecture Series. #WomenInSTEM

https://vimeo.com/370124936

Neuroscientist and NYU professor Wendy Suzuki shares her work in brain plasticity, memory function, and how physical activity can affect the brain, through the story…

05/01/2020
Jennifer & Kevin McCoy - Artist Archives Symposium

Here's something from the archive... about archives! When your art involves video clips on a rack of DVDs or live closed-circuit video, how do you make sure it works in the future when technology changes? Jennifer & Kevin McCoy have been there: https://vimeo.com/220695649

#NYU

This talk is from the initial Artist Archives Symposium, celebrating the launch of the David Wojnarowicz Knowledge Base on April 21, 2017 at the Fales Library &…

04/24/2020
Who We Be: The Colorization of America

Jeff Chang & Kiese Laymon are in conversation in "Who We Be," an Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU event from the archives. It's a frank and thoughtful conversation on the cultural history of race in the US through music and more.
https://vimeo.com/267615310

#NYU

DJ Rekha, New York City based DJ, curator, and educator known for founding Basement Bhangra™, introduces Jeff Chang and Kiese Laymon. Jeff Chang is a journalist…

04/10/2020
Ocean Vuong: 2019-2020 A/P/A Artist-in-Residence

In the fall, the 2019-2020 Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU Artist-in-Residence Ocean Vuong shared the stage with some of his favorite writers, uplifting the vital voices of some amazing authors of color. Features Alexander Chee, Monica Sok, Mahogany L. Browne, and Sinan Antoon!

https://vimeo.com/377181854
#NYUSolidarityWeek #NYU

Ocean Vuong kicks off his year as Artist-in-Residence at NYU's A/P/A Institute with a night of readings from writers he loves (and from his own work). Vuong's…

You can find an NYU Solidarity Week reading list, and watchlist featuring NYU-TV videos, at the link!
04/06/2020

You can find an NYU Solidarity Week reading list, and watchlist featuring NYU-TV videos, at the link!

This week is Solidarity Week at NYU✨

Follow the NYU Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation (@nyuogi), NYU Center for Multicultural Education and Programs (NYU CMEP) (@nyucmep), and NYU LGBTQ Center (@nyulgbtq) social media channels to learn more about ways you can be in solidarity with historically marginalized communities, specifically those impacted by the current context of COVID-19, including but not limited to: People of Color (especially anti-Asian / Asian American racism), People with Disabilities, LGBTQ+ communities, Low-income communities, and working artists.

For more information, please visit: https://www.nyu.edu/life/events-traditions/solidarity-week/featured-events.html

#NYUSolidarityWeek

04/03/2020
Scholars & Artists: DJ Rekha

For #NYU's Asian Pacific American Heritage month, we're turning back the clock to 2007 for an interview with DJ Rekha, who devised & ran the Basement Bhanghra dance party for 20 years. https://vimeo.com/265456683
#NYUWomxn100

Jason King, music and cultural critic, journalist, author, musician, DJ, producer, founding faculty member and then Artistic Director of NYU’s Clive Davis…

03/13/2020
Agents of Change: Voices of a People's History

Part of the Agents of Change event at #NYU, a group of performers including Staceyann Chin, Wallace Shawn, and Martha Redbone bring to life a diverse set of voices from American history.

https://vimeo.com/385528859

Part of the Agents of Change event, a group of performers including Staceyann Chin, Wallace Shawn, and Martha Redbone bring to life a diverse set of voices from…

02/28/2020
Open & Shut: Academic Freedom, Free Speech, and the University

"Unlike any other job or any other institution, the university holds enormous sway over what we deem legitimate ideas, what we consider truth, how we think about how we make knowledge, how we understand ourselves and our relations to others."

A discussion on the many ways academic freedom and free speech overlap and intersect, and how these concepts affect tenured professors, adjuncts, and graduate and undergraduate students in different ways.

Sponsored by NYU Libraries & the Frederic Ewen Center

https://vimeo.com/383124464

What should academic freedom and free speech look like on university campuses today? How do these concepts affect students, tenured faculty, and contingent faculty…

02/07/2020
Learning to Move & Moving to Learn

How often does a baby fall as they learn to walk? What paths, if any, are they following? Let #NYU psychology professor Karen Adolph tell you how humans all over the world learn to move, and how it expands our worlds.

Part of the NYU College of Arts and Science Bentson Dean's Lecture Series

https://vimeo.com/387493093

How do we learn to move? Award-winning NYU psychology professor Karen Adolph shares her engaging and often inspirational research into how babies learn to walk,…

#NYUMLKWeek starts today!  Check out the list of events and the fantastic guest lineup for the university-wide event on ...
02/03/2020

#NYUMLKWeek starts today! Check out the list of events and the fantastic guest lineup for the university-wide event on Thursday (maybe we'll see you there).

This #NYUMLKWeek2020, join us as we polish up our knowledge of Dr. King and his legacy! Stay tuned throughout the week for more interesting facts, and keep up with the calendar of events at nyu.edu/mlkweek so you don't miss any of the week's marquee events!

Did you know?

Martin Luther King, Jr. often worked with labor unions to improve work conditions for all Americans: "You are demanding that this city will respect the dignity of labor. So often we overlook the work and the significance of those who are not in professional jobs.”

#nyumlkweek #nyuogi #nyu New York University

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01/30/2020

This was SO interesting to work on - play the game and tell us how well you did!

"Can you recognize a candidate when their message is separated from their identity?"

Put your knowledge to the test at:

http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/vplguessthecandidate

We're so excited to announce the release of our latest project in the Verbatim Performance Lab!

Guess the Candidate is an interactive game designed to test how well participants truly know the current Democratic Presidential candidates and challenge our perceptions of performance vs policy in politics.

Get friends and family involved and put each other to the test! Who will know the candidates best?

#Guessthecandidate
#election2020
#verbatimperformance
#ethnodrama

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12/06/2019
Skirball Talks: Chef José Andrés

"I do believe that good leaders are those that know they don't know everything."

José Andrés is a beloved chef, but he's also a tireless activist. In this talk with Jonathan Capehart, Andrés tells his story as an immigrant in New York City, and shares what drives and shapes his philanthropy.

Don't miss this delightful and inspiring conversation!

Part of the Skirball Talks series at NYU Skirball. Find out more about their programs at https://nyuskirball.org/about/ongoing-programs

#NYU New York University

https://vimeo.com/375502921

Celebrated chef and beloved television personality José Andrés sits down (and stands up) with Jonathan Capehart to discuss his philanthropic work and…

11/22/2019
Unsavory Truth: Marion Nestle Book Launch

A lively, intelligent investigation into the darker side of food and nutrition research (and yes, there is one): food studies legend Marion Nestle talks about her book "Unsavory Truth" at #NYU's Fales Library https://vimeo.com/367645106

Food Studies expert Marion Nestle launches her latest book, an investigation into how food companies influence research into their own products.

11/15/2019
Agents of Change: Oskar Eustis Keynote

The Public Theater's Oskar Eustis gives the keynote at the Agents of Change in an Interdependent World event. Part of the NYU Skirball Talks series.

#NYU

https://vimeo.com/373185555

Artistic Director of the Public Theater, Oskar Eustis, gives the keynote address at Agents of Change. How do we make connections and cross barriers both far from…

11/08/2019
Towards a New Reconstruction

From our archives: "Towards a New Reconstruction" brings together a panel of vital and intelligent thinkers, performers, and activists - including Emmy nominee for When They See Us, Aunjanue Ellis - who are pushing back against white supremacy. Filmed in February 2018.

https://vimeo.com/369603772

Today in America, we are witnessing a deeply threatening resurgence in open white supremacist ideologies. From the Trump Administration’s response to neo-Nazis…

11/01/2019
A Love Affair With the Brain

"Science is about ideas ... but it's also about people. It's about being inspired."

#NYU neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki guides you through her scientific lineage, showing how her work in brain plasticity and memory was inspired by her mentor, Dr Marian Diamond, who would have been 93 this month.

Part of NYU College of Arts and Science's Bentson Dean Lecture Series.

https://vimeo.com/370124936

Neuroscientist and NYU professor Wendy Suzuki shares her work in brain plasticity, memory function, and how physical activity can affect the brain, through the story…

10/25/2019
The Names Project AIDS Quilt @ Bobst Library

"It's a reminder that people are still dying; that the AIDS crisis is not over."

If you walk through Bobst through the end of the year, you'll see panels from the NAMES Project AIDS Quilt displayed in the first floor gallery. Hear from Marvin Taylor and Karen Finley on how the panels were chosen, the impact of the AIDS crisis on NYU and the community, and what it means to have these panels on view in this space.

Part of the yearlong Stonewall 50 commemorations at New York University.

#NYU NYU Libraries

https://vimeo.com/367853532

"It's a reminder that people are still dying; that the AIDS crisis is not over." Part of the yearlong Stonewall50 commemorations, a selection of…

10/22/2019
Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU

This was a fantastic inaugural event for Artist-in-Residence Ocean Vuong! It was great to be there to help capture it.

🌟"What is 'pretentious,' but to have the pretense to the assumption that you belong here?” 🌟 The highly anticipated full recording of the Welcome Event for 2019-20 A/P/A Institute Artist-in-Residence Ocean Vuong is now live: http://bit.ly/2MD1YWM

10/14/2019
What We Can Learn About Allyship Today From the "Suffragents"

"In this brief shining moment, men really stepped up for a women's cause."

How can the privileged stand up for the disadvantaged without usurping the cause? Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute's Brooke Kroeger examines the historical example of the "Suffragents" - the men who founded and joined the Men's League for Women Suffrage.

Part of NYU College of Arts and Science's Bentson Dean's Lecture Series.

https://vimeo.com/365564970

#NYU #solidarity

What can those with visibility and influence do - beyond stating support for a particular movement - to combat injustice? Can those with power and privilege advance…

It's Pride Month at #NYU! We've got some fantastic programs on LGBTQ+ artists and innovators: https://vimeo.com/showcase...
10/04/2019
NYU Pride Month on Vimeo

It's Pride Month at #NYU! We've got some fantastic programs on LGBTQ+ artists and innovators: https://vimeo.com/showcase/5458286

Plus, check out all the great Pride Month events at NYU Pride Month!

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09/20/2019
Beyond Islamophobia: Telling Tales - Rediscovering American History

“Beyond Islamophobia: Telling Tales - Rediscovering American History” takes a second look at history, examining the stories of American Muslims and their deep roots in this country.

Co-presented by the NYU Brademas Center

https://vimeo.com/352976456

The first panel from Beyond Islamophobia: How American Stories Transform Our Communities, featuring Eddie Torres, Nigel Redden, Cristal Chanelle Truscott, and Sokeo…

06/18/2019
Fales Library: Caffe Cino - Off-Off Broadway's Origins

The site of Caffe Cino, the birthplace of off-off-Broadway, has just been landmarked by the city along with several other LGBTQ+ historical sites like the James Baldwin and Audre Lorde residences! Find out more about the unique venue that was Caffe Cino from someone who was there: artist and memoirist Magie Dominic. We filmed her at #NYU's The Fales Library & Special Collections in 2015.

vimeo.com/133462478

Magie Dominic, an artist and memoirist, discusses Greenwich Village’s Caffé Cino in the 1960s. Drawing on her own experiences and her reminiscences…

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