Take Your Feet Off Our Necks: Implicit Bias in the Workplace
Professional accomplishments notwithstanding, women and people of color all too often face microaggression, diminution, and exclusion in a workforce that equates white collar with white male. Unpack race-based and gender-based workplace discrimination with Tsedale Melaku, author of "You Don’t Look Like a Lawyer", Vincent Southerland, Executive Director of NYU’s Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law, and Jamia Wilson, publisher of the Feminist Press. Moderated by Erica Chito Childs, Chairman of Sociology at Hunter College.
Venue: Brooklyn Historical Society
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Brahms, Strauss, and Tania León at David Geffen Hall
Tue | 7:30 PM
Janine Jansen is the brilliant soloist in Brahms's Violin Concerto, a work of nearly symphonic proportions and technical fireworks in the last movement. Maestro van Zweden conducts ravishing melodies ...
Little Stranger at The Mercury Lounge
Tue | 9:30 pm
Age Limit: 21 and Over Born and raised in Philly and crash-landed in Charleston, John and Kevin Shields are the minds behind the quirky indie hip-hop group Little Stranger. Performing as a duo, Littl...
Paws to Read at American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog
Tue | 11AM — 12PM
NEW YORK THERAPY ANIMALS, INC. joins MOD for February's Paws to Read. Bring your child to the Museum for the opportunity to read aloud alongside therapy dog teams, encouraging young readers. ...