Joseph Campbell (found in Angel Orensanz Foundation's October Newsletter)
From its Website: “The Angel Orensanz Foundation for the Arts was established in 1992 as an artistic and cultural resource open to artists, writers, thinkers and leaders from all over the world, and to the community around us. Over the years we have welcomed and been inspired by Philip Glass and Spike Lee; Arthur Miller, Alexander McQueen, Salman Rushdie, Maya Angelou and Alexander Borovsky; Elie Wiesel and Chuck Close.
|Medora from Rooftop Films' website|
|Seen @ Columbus & 82|
From there I headed up to Columbia University. I’ve been there only once before, many years ago, doing the college tour with Katie. I fell in love with it then, wishing I could go back to college. Oh, my, at night, it was beautiful. I truly want to be a co-ed…Katie, interestingly enough, had sent me a list of lectures that Eve Ensler was participating in. Ms Ensler, the Tony award winning play-write (The Vagina Monologues) and activist has been a hero in my family for many years. Kristi was able to participate in “The Vagina Monologues” twice, in Manchester, England and at UMass Amherst her senior year. It was an amazing evening: Thursday, November 7: The State of Female Justice in America
Hosted by Laura Flanders (GRITtv) and featuring:
Cathy Albisa - National Economic & Social Rights Initiative
Kimberle Crenshaw - Columbia Law School / UCLA Law School
Eve Ensler - V-Day
Monique Harden - Advocates for Environmental Human Rights in New Orleans
Saru Jayaraman - Restaurant Opportunities Centers United
Sylvia McAdam - Idle No More
…and more to be announced!
Join us as we explore why women experience economic, racial, and cultural violence; and ask ourselves what might real justice look like for women in America?
WHAT: THE STATE OF FEMALE JUSTICE IN AMERICA
WHEN: Thursday, November 7, Doors: 7:30pm, Program: 8pm
WHERE: Jerome Green Hall, Columbia Law School, 435 W 116 St, NYC
|The 2nd restaurant in NYC that could have used Kris' collection!|
|From The Cloister's website; Janet Cardiffs The Forty Part Motet|