Please join the Prison Public Memory Project and Historic Hudson for “IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK…” an exploration of life inside the New York State Training School for Girls (1904-1975) in Hudson, NY, part of Path Through History weekend, June 8th and 9th. Main events will include an art installation inside several rooms at the Dr.
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Text ‘GITMO’ to 41411 Using a mobile polling system developed by Picture Projects, visitors may interact with the exhibit, and each other, by answering a series of Yes/No questions posed by each of the exhibit panels, including “Is the US an Empire?” and “Should GTMO be used for refugees in the future?” Some answers to
We’d like to invite you to visit the exhibition and website of the Guántanamo Public Memory Project. NYU’s Kimmel Windows is the first venue of 10 nationally, which will present the exhibition and national dialogue over the next two years. The project is a large collaboration among 12 partner universities and over 100 students and
Guantánamo’s been open for more than a century. As we struggle over Guantánamo’s future, this popular exhibit is the first of its kind to ask what we need to remember about how it’s been opened – and closed – before. Through oral histories, images, and documents, the exhibit provides critical perspective on current debates through the