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Chinatown's Art and Activism—Then and Now


Tomie Arai, artist, and cofounder, Chinatown Art Brigade
Mei Lum, Civic Practice Partnership Artist in Residence, The Met, and cofounder, W.O.W. Project

Learn about the relationship between art and activism in Manhattan's Chinatown. Explore key themes of resistance and resilience, anti-gentrification, and the community's cohesion during the current wave of anti-Asian racism and violence. Please note: This program is prerecorded.

Watch on YouTubeFacebook, or below. Note: No login required.

The Civic Practice Project is made possible by The William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust.

Captioning is made possible by the Ruth Lapham Lloyd Trust.

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