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New York City, NY
May 31-Jun 1

The Dumbo Archway
80 Pearl St
Brooklyn, NY

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May 31

10:00 am–8:00 pm

Doors Open. All Are Welcome.
Interactive exhibits, family-friendly activities, and more.

12:00 pm–12:30 pm

A Discussion on the Podcast, “Ssh! Periods”

Students from Bronx Prep Middle School will discuss their award-winning podcast which focuses on period poverty, the ‘pink’ tax, and the culture of shame around talking about menstruation.

1:00 pm–1:30 pm

DoubleTake Dance

Contemporary dance group to perform.

4:00 pm–4:30 pm

Central Park East Dream Team II

Watch as this middle school dance team performs live.

5:00 pm–5:30 pm

Lady Dragons Step Team

The ladies of Lady Dragon Step team epitomize class, style and ferocity. Watch as this Brooklyn Technical High School group performs live.

5:30 pm–6:00 pm

Brooklyn United Marching Band

A local band that focuses on the development of youth through academic support, character development, skills building and performance opportunities.

6:00 pm–7:00 pm

Law and Disorder! A Comedy Show!

Featuring Kenice Mobley, Xazmin Garza, Saurin Choksi, Brian Bahe, Gus Constantellis, Brittany Carney, & Shenuque Tissera.

8:00 pm–9:00 pm

Adia Victoria

Nashville-based artist Adia Victoria will perform songs off her album, Silences.

June 1

10:00 am–8:00 pm

Doors Open. All Are Welcome.
Interactive exhibits, family-friendly activities, and more.

12:00 pm–12:30 pm

Reproductive Rights Panel

With Louise Melling of the ACLU and Allie Bohn of NYCLU.

1:00 pm–1:30 pm

Guys We F*cked Podcast

A family-friendly podcast about sex positivity.

5:00 pm–5:30 pm

Harry Stewart

Watch as singer-songwriter Harry Stewart performs live.

5:30 pm–5:45 pm

Performance by Onyx

Singer, rapper, and native New Yorker, Onyx, will take the ACLU100 stage.

7:00 pm–8:00 pm

Phlavor.us Presents Leo Coltrane and Friends

Leo Coltrane is a lyrically-driven musical artist from Brooklyn. While his work is rooted in Hip-Hop, his approach to making music carries the hallmarks of linguistics, poetry, visual art and jazz. Watch him perform live.

Highlights

Jordan Webber, American Dreams (Revisited)
May 31 – June 1

American Dreams (Revisited) is an NYPD car filled with a peace garden. The garden is filled with varying plants and peace lilies, which purify air quality in a process called Phytoremediation. The plants occupy the inside of the cop car’s space as a symbol of growth and also a blunt reference to oxygen in direct protest of illegal police tactics such as the chokehold used to subdue civilians which led to Eric Garner’s death.

Adia Victoria
May 31, 8:00pm

Nashville-based artist Adia Victoria will be performing songs from her album, Silences. This 12-track album brings in the topics of mental illness, drug addiction, sexism, and all the elements that consume the day-to-day lives of women attempting to make a world of their own.

Social Justice Face Painting

The entire family can participate in this popular activity with a social justice twist, made possible by local artists.

Community Performers

Watch local student theatre and dance group performances. Stretch out under the DUMBO Archway with morning yoga. Find the humor in today’s political climate with live comedy while enjoying some of Brooklyn’s hottest food truck cuisine.

Complimentary Ice Cream*

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New York City, NY
 |  May 31-Jun 1

The Dumbo Archway
80 Pearl St
Brooklyn, NY