Community Events

Category: Community Events

  1. How many of us know the dark backstory behind the creation of suburbia? This visually rich, energetic film untangles the complex history of homeownership in America. Revealing the roots of its racist underpinnings and the systematic unequal division of opportunity between whites and blacks in…

  2. Leora Sapon-Shevin, originally from Syracuse, is a physical theater performer living in Tucson, Arizona who has spent the summer driving cross country, performing at summer camps, theaters, schools, and grassy ditches from Seattle to Rhode Island. She’s thrilled to be performing for the first time…

  3. The quarterly general meeting of the Syracuse chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America.  Updates on ongoing projects, a panel, any business, food and opportunities to get to know other socialists. Open to the general public. More info at their Facebook event page. As a…

  4. Join us for a screening of the documentary “Gaza: Still Alive” as part of the Justice for Palestine committee’s No Way to Treat a Child Campaign. The documentary reveals the mental health catastrophe among Palestinians in the impoverished Gaza Strip, amid ongoing war trauma and…

  5. Award-winning War journalist turned climate crisis reporter Dahr Jamail, reads from his new book The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption and discusses living on a planet that has been irrevocably changed. Dahr Jamail (born in Houston, Texas in 1968) is…