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4/4 - Scott Davis
Scott Davis was a teacher at both my middle and high school. I had him for one course. Later, a few months after my university graduation, I ran into him playing with a band. Shortly after, we started shooting for this project centered around regrets and careers in the arts. He was preparing a show of music from the films of Federico Fellini. Fellini's film 8 1/2 had a deep connection to things I had begun experiencing, and things Davis had experienced his entire life. This was two weeks before I moved to New York in pursuit of a career in film.
This documentary follows a family from the Guna Yala community. They live on the San Blas archipelago that provides them the resources for survival. Eustolio expresses his desire to remain on the island as he ponders a certain move, forced upon the community because of the rising sea levels. Screenings: Wildlife Conservation Film Festival - October 2021
America's dirty secret: the majority Black town backed up with raw sewage
In the shadow of New York City, one of the world’s richest cities, the people of Mount Vernon, New York face an unpleasant problem inside their homes: sewage. Subscribe to The Guardian on YouTube ► http://bit.ly/subscribegdn The city’s under-resourced sanitation crew struggles to keep up with complications stemming from its crumbling, 100-year old sewer system — a system strained even further by the extreme rain brought on by climate change. Meanwhile, residents must shoulder the financial, emotional and health burdens when sewage backs up into their basements and homes The Guardian publishes independent journalism, made possible by supporters. Contribute to The Guardian today ► https://bit.ly/3biVfwh Website ► https://www.theguardian.com Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/theguardian Twitter ► https://twitter.com/guardian Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/guardian #MountVernon #RawSewage #Sewage #USA #NewYork
Dermot Kennedy - Innocence and Sadness (Live From Mission Sound Studios, Brooklyn)
As performed and recorded live in one take for his new album, ‘Sonder,’ out now: https://dermotkennedy.lnk.to/sonder Follow Dermot Kennedy: https://www.instagram.com/dermotkennedy/ https://www.facebook.com/dermotkennedymusic https://twitter.com/DermotKennedy https://www.tiktok.com/@dermotkennedy View 2022 tour dates here: https://www.dermotkennedy.com/tour/ #DermotKennedy #InnocenceAndSadness #Sonder Music video by Dermot Kennedy performing Innocence and Sadness (Live from Mission Sound Studios, Brooklyn). © 2022 Riggins Recording Limited http://vevo.ly/0BwK8M
Our Echoes Be Bloom by Mahogany L. Browne
Thank you, New York City, for an UNFORGETTABLE Summer! ❤️ Enjoy “Our Echoes Be Bloom,” a poem written, performed, and recorded by our Poet-in-Residence, Mahogany L. Browne, set to some of our favorite summer moments. *Producers* Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Gillian Campbell Dorothea Trufelman Jessica Ray *Editor* Skyler Knutzen *Videographers* Skyler Knutzen Victoria Sendra Erwin Pérez Jessica Ray Mohamed Mohamady Adolfo Mena Cejas Transcendent Enterprise Nel Shelby Productions Snap Snap Productions *Music* “137 Riddle” By Brendan Eder Ensemble (Musicbed) BAAND Together Dance Festival is made possible by @CHANEL whose support of this essential art form has continued for over a century. © 2023 Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Maybelline and Wespeak Collaboration
Disability representation is a key to true diversity. Today and every day, we celebrate all people and all beauty. Maybelline has partnered with @wespeakmodels to bring you a collection of unique, inspiring voices. Thank you for sharing your stories! At Maybelline, we are made for all, and we stand for an inclusive community and future. Makeup is what brings us all together. Let's all express ourselves through the power of MAKEUP!
The Health Hub at the September 2023 March to End Fossil Fuels, NYC
Health professionals from around the world are calling on governments to commit to an accelerated, just and equitable phase-out of fossil fuels as a decisive path to health for all ahead of this week’s Climate Ambition Summit on September 20. Dozens of doctors, nurses and other professionals working in the health sector joined tens of thousands of marchers outside the New York headquarters of the United Nations during The March to End Fossil Fuels on September 17th. A “HealthHub” organised by Physicians for Social Responsibility Pennsylvania and the Global Climate and Health Alliance brought together health professionals and health workers to participate in the march - clad in their scrubs and lab coats. More: https://climateandhealthalliance.org/press-releases/nyc-climate-week-health-professionals-demand-fossil-fuel-phase-out-ahead-un-climate-ambition-summit/
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