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Life’s Work Book Launch - Thursday, April 6, 2017
Celebrating the release of Physicians for Reproductive Health Board Chair Dr. Willie Parker’s book Life’s Work: A Moral Argument for Choice. Hosted by Physicians for Reproductive Health, and co-sponsored by The New York Society for Ethical Culture, FemInEM, and Fletcher & Company.
A pre-reception meet and greet with the author will be followed by a reading from the book by Dr. Parker and a follow up discussion with Gloria Steinem.
$25 + fee Program Admission
$50 + fee Program Admission & Book
$60 + fee Program Admission & Autographed Book
$125 Reception & Program (No book)
$160 Reception, Program Admission & Autographed Book
$300 Event Recognition, Reception, Program Admission & Autographed Book
Info: Signed and unsigned copies of the book will be available for purchase at the event or as part of your ticket purchase (see ticket options for details).
Please bring photo ID and be prepared for bag inspection.
Location: New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 West 64th Street, off Central Park West. Entrance on 64th Street. 1st Floor auditorium. (Reception in 2nd floor Ceremonial Hall)
Subway: #1 Broadway Local to 66th Street, walk on BWay to 64th, walk left on 64th 1 block to CPW; A, B, C, D to 59th Street Columbus Circle. Walk North on Central Park West to 64th Street.
Event Page: https://prh.org/dr-willie-parker-book-release/
Tired of being told to smile?
As the weather gets warmer, it means more time outside - and more potential for unwanted and unwelcome harassment. Join BMC's anti-street harassment working group No Disrespect, The Safe OUTside the System Collective of the Audre Lorde Project, and Culture Push for Anti-Street Harassment Week!
Come through to make art, speak up, and connect with other women, queer, trans and gender non-conforming people who experience street harassment. We will have screen printing, de-escalation skills sharing, and opportunities to plug in to local organizing.
Join us as we showcase the results of the Voices of Crown Heights oral history project, organized in collaboration with the Brooklyn Historical Society and Weeksville Heritage Center. The evening will highlight narratives from Crown Heights residents - all of whom were asked to relate their experiences with the police - and will help prompt a community dialogue on the meaning of "public safety."