Join us in person, if you are a current NYU person who is cleared to be in buildings and can pass a green screen, OR join us virtually for a screening of We Still Here/Nos Tenemos, a documentary about youth from Comerío, Puerto Rico, who found themselves leading historic recovery efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. After the screening, Gianpaolo Baocchi (Director, Urban Democracy Lab) will moderate a discussion between filmmakers Eli and Kahlil Jacobs-Fantauzzi and the documentary’s subjects, Mariangelie Ortiz, Jose Ortiz, and Jerriel “Yeyo” Cátala.
This event is co-sponsored by the Urban Democracy Lab, the Center on Race, Inequality and the Law, the Initiative for Community Power and Democratic Engagement, the Latinx Project, the Action Lab, and the Center for Popular Democracy.
Only current NYU students, faculty, and staff can attend in person events. All attendees must RSVP. All individuals must show the Daily Screener green pass screen prior to entry to the building.
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