Virtual Tenement Talk: The Complex History of Birth Control
How did women living in tenements manage family planning? What discussions would they have had about their reproductive health, about birth control? In turn, how did uptown reformers shape their women’s health policies in tenement districts?
Join the Tenement Museum for a special virtual Tenement Talk on Youtube Live with author Lara Vapnek, a historian of gender and labor in the 19th and 20th Centuries. She’ll be joined by Tenement Museum President Annie Polland for a timely conversation broadcast from our tenement at 97 Orchard Street. They’ll explore the genesis of the organization that became Planned Parenthood, connections to immigration policy, and the echoes of the past in today’s debates.
Venue: YouTube Live | Tenement Museum
103 Orchard Street
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Japanese Animation in a Global Era at Online via YouTube
In an era of ubiquitous streaming services, anime has found its way into nearly every corner of the globe. At this webinar, Mike Toole, editor at large at Anime News Network, and Thomas Lamarre, autho...
MoMA Hosts 19th Annual “To Save and Project” Film Festival at Museum of Modern Art
Through Feb 02 Thu
The Museum of Modern Art will host the 19th To Save and Project: The MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation at The Museum of Modern Art from January 12th through February 2nd. The annual fe...
Panel Discussion on Confronting Antisemitism in Westchester at Temple Israel Center
UJA-Federation of New York will host a conversation with a panel of local leaders to discuss how to confront the dramatic resurgence in antisemitism in New York. The panelists will include: Mitchell D...