- Organizer: Department of Social & Cultural Analysis at NYU
- Venue: Department of Social and Cultural Analysis at NYU
20 Cooper Square, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10003 United States
A panel discussion featuring artists and scholars engaging with the community against militarism, the criminalization of undocumented queer activism, and the effects of US nuclear testing, using art as a tool to re-imagine and highlight the violence of the U.S. state. With Felipe Baeza, Jessica Schwartz, and Miguel Luciano.
Felipe Baeza is a Brooklyn-based activist and artist at the forefront of the immigrant youth movement.
Jessica Schwartz is a Mellon Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow at Columbia University and the co-founder of the Marshallese Educational Initiative, Inc.
Miguel Luciano is a visual artist and smARTpower Program Fellow who has worked in 15 countries around the world to help create community-based art projects.
Co-presented by Asian/Pacific/American Studies & Latino Studies Programs in The Department of Social & Cultural Analysis at NYU, Native Studies Forum, Asian Pacific American Student Collective,The Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU, and DREAM Team @ NYU.