Tue, Dec 12|
Lantern Library at Lincoln Center
A pop up educational experience for guests looking to dismantle systemic oppression. Our education seminars fall under three categories: healing, advocacy and history. The day will include multiple egalitarian-style facilitated sessions on dismantling systemic oppression across industries.
Time & Location
Dec 12, 2023, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM EST
New York, 150 W 65th St, New York, NY 10023, USA
About the Event
The Lantern Library is a pop up museum and multi-faceted education experience for guests who are interested in dismantling systemic oppression. The Lantern Library is designed to help leaders engage with stories of the past to help our problem solving and equity work of the future and to provide BIPOC leaders a space to network, share their work, showcase themselves and recruit employment opportunities. The Lantern Library serves as an orchestrated network for the practice of reallocating wealth across identities and professions. ASL & open captioning provided.
The day will include multiple education seminars falling under three categories, healing, advocacy and history. Guests can engage in these egalitarian style facilitated sessions that offer best practices, strategies and information for sustainability in dismantling systemic oppression. Your ticket grants you access to all sessions.
- Ticket type
Lantern Library Day Pass
This ticket grants you entry to HTE's Lantern Library as well as access to all individual events and educational seminars.Price$20.00