Uptown People’s Assembly: Facing the Raging Pandemics

Friday, June 12, 2020  10:00am Online Event; 10:00am (New York)

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Uptown People’s Assembly brings together artists working in all disciplines, arts professionals, and scholars to moderate a durational event of art, testimony and conversation with a focus on our current compounding crises: the coronavirus and the civil unrest decrying the racist killings of Black people by police officers. Both community members and the general public are invited to speak and participate in this event.

10 am – 10:30 am: Wallach Art Gallery
10:30 am – 11 am: Cathleen Campbell, filmmaker
11 am – 12 pm: Dianne Smith, artist
12 pm – 1 pm: Institute for Research in African-American Studies, Columbia University
1 pm – 2 pm: Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities, Columbia University
2 pm – 3 pm: Hunter East Harlem Gallery
3 pm – 4 pm: Columbia Community Wellness Center + Harlem Wellness Center
4 pm – 5 pm: Committee on Global Thought, Columbia University
5 pm – 6 pm: Harlem School of the Arts
6 pm – 7 pm: Pastor Joshua Brown, New Level Worship Center
7 pm – 8 pm: Daniel Carlton, actor, poet, playwright, storyteller and teacher
8 pm – 9 pm: Black Siren Radio at The American Assembly and WKCR
9 pm – 10 pm: DJ April Hunt

Confirmed co-conveners (in alphabetical order):

Black Siren Radio at The American Assembly and WKCR 
Cathleen Campbell, filmmaker
Columbia Community Wellness Center + Harlem Wellness Center
Committee on Global Thought, Columbia University
Daniel Carlton, actor, poet, playwright, storyteller and teacher 
Dianne Smith, artist 
DJ April Hunt
Harlem School of the Arts 
Hunter East Harlem Gallery
Institute for Research in African-American Studies, Columbia University 
Pastor Joshua Brown, New Level Worship Center
Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities, Columbia University
Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University

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