A Heartfelt Thank You!
We wanted to share with you some stories of the success we’ve had this summer using ARTS education as a focus for learning.
Thirsty For Words
Does forty-five million sound like a lot? That’s the number of words a young child will hear by the age of 4 in families headed
The History of "Hispanic vs. Latino"
It’s a question Hispanics and non-Hispanics alike have struggled with when deciding what to call the diverse c
How One Story Becomes The Only Story
Stereotypes about poverty abound and images, sometimes referred to as “poverty porn,” are prevalent. Intende
Red, White & Blue
by Mariela Regalado
Whichever way you cut through my veins
The colors that spill will still be the same...
The Link Between Bias and Behavior
Kids from immigrant families must navigate influences from a variety of sources as they form their self identity.
State of the Arts in Education
Just two years ago, the lack of arts education in New York City schools was especially acute in low-income neighborho
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Operation Exodus produces plays written by inner city kids!
Released on: April 11th, 2016
Author: Julie McGarvey
Operation Exodus students are taking part in a playmaking series with director Josh Lewis. An experienced writer, director and educator, Lewis works w