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September

Culinary Lyricism: Exploring the Relationship between Music and Food in Black and Latinx Cultures

8:00pm - 9:30pm ET

Food for Thought | Presented by The Greene Space x MoFAD

Join MOFAD and The Greene Space for an exploration of the relationship between food and music in Black and Latinx cultures, featuring critically acclaimed chefs, community organizers, music and culture scholars and more.

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October

Manhattan Is Lenape

7:00pm - 7:45pm ET

First Peoples Week

Host Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum talks with Lenape Center co-directors Brent Michael Davids and Curtis Zunigha live from Wisconsin and Oklahoma at their respective Lenape nations. The group, joined by the Center’s Executive Director Joe Baker, will discuss the experience of diaspora and forced migration from present-day New York City.

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The Great Law of Peace and Treaties of the Northeast

7:00pm - 7:45pm ET

First Peoples Week

Executive Director of the American Indian Community House, Iakowi:he’ne’ Oakes, speaks with Kanasaraken Loran Thompson (Mohawk) to uncover how a great set of laws and treaties maintained harmony from present day Pennsylvania to Connecticut. 

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History in the Making: Reflections on Contemporary Issues Facing Native Americans

7:00pm - 7:45pm ET

First Peoples Week

Rebecca Nagle, host of the podcast This Land, convenes a group of experts and tribal leaders to discuss what’s at stake for native peoples during the upcoming election.

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Telling Our Own Story

7:00pm - 7:45pm ET

First Peoples Week

Host and director Madeline Sayet speaks with the Met’s first-ever full-time curator in Native American Art, Patricia Marroquin Norby, actor Tanis Parenteau (Billions) and artist Ty Defoe about how incorporating native narratives into mainstream culture can help create a more inclusive and honest understanding of country and history.

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Blessing the New Tammany Hall

11:00am - 12:00pm ET

First Peoples Week

Presented in collaboration with The Lenape Center, The Greene Space will livestream the blessing of the newly revamped Tammany Hall from New York City’s Union Square.

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Postcolonial Love Poem: A Reading and Conversation with Natalie Diaz

7:00pm - 7:45pm ET

First Peoples Week

Celebrated poet Natalie Diaz reads live from her recent work, Postcolonial Love Poem, followed by a conversation with poet Saretta Morgan and an audience Q&A.

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Who Matters in America 2020? A Conversation Between Kai Wright and Andrea Bernstein

7:00pm - 7:45pm ET

Reporter's Notebook

United States of Anxiety host Kai Wright joins Andrea Bernstein, co-host of the Trump, Inc. podcast to discuss the state of our democracy, the encroaching oligarchy, racism, nativism, voter suppression and more.

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