On Saturday May 12, 2018 in a public garden en East Harlem, we will host a free-form celebration called The People’s Day. On this day, artistas, activistas, neighborhood institutions and East Harlem community members will come together to share stories and recognize each other in the midst of gentrification and the new rezoning plan implementation.
The People’s Day is free and open to everyone!
You will be able to follow “The People’s Day” live streaming from our Facebook Page
See you at The People’s Day
Right across the Young Lords Way
From 9am-9pm, the second Saturday of May
The People’s Day is part of a social engagement art project called East Harlem Live co-founded by the 111! Collective and members of the East Harlem Community.
Through, photos, texts, videos, sound clips, and live performances East Harlem Live collects stories and amplifies voices of members of the East Harlem’s community. Check it out here.
The 111! Collective is composed of 4 graduate students from the Performance and Interactive Media Arts program at Brooklyn College; Alonso Gorozpe, David Rios, Miguel Angel Valderrama and Sabine Blaizin.
Shayhan Lewis - Photography & Web Design
Jardines Animados - Graphic Design
Ivette Mercado - Video Production
PIMA Class 2018 - Creative and Artistic Consulting
The People’s Day program is designed to commemorate the 11 days that the Young Lords occupied the People's Church in 1969.
Rewards will be given out to outstanding members of the community based on categories such as HEALTH, FOOD, DANCE, YOUTH, and EDUCATION.
Renovation updates at El Brujo de Guayama community garden in East Harlem. (ft. Candido)
Avances de la remodelación del jardín “El Brujo de Guayama” en East Harlem. (con Candido)