Living in Sanctuaries: an evening with Cinthya Santos-Brione

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Photo by Cinthya Santos- Briones

Please join Magnum Foundation in collaboration with FABnyc, the Center for Constitutional Rights, and the New York Immigration Coalition, and a part of For Freedoms’ 50 State Initiative in a
For Freedoms Town Hall with photographer Cinthya Santos-Briones

 

Monday, October 15
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM


Magnum Foundation
59 E 4th St, 7W
New York, NY 10003


RSVP required 

Documentary Photographer Cinthya Santos-Briones will share her latest work from her ongoing, long-term project about undocumented families living in sanctuary in New York City churches. Sanctuary is the last alternative for keeping families together while they fight for a suspension of deportation. Cinthya's work centers around the emotional, psyological, and political impact of taking sanctuary, while showing the poignant, quiet, and tender moments, of establishing home, routine and community. 

Joining will be Angelo Guisado, staff attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights and Anu Joshi, Immigration Policy Director at the New York Immigration Coalition. 

This event is FREE!

 
FABnyc's mission is to strengthen the cultural vitality of the Lower East Side. We implement this mission through a range of programs and collaborations with local cultural organizations, independent artists, community-based organizations and neighborhood nonprofits. We work as cultural producers, facilitators, and organizers with an ongoing interest in how arts and culture can advance community health, inclusiveness, and equity.
Ryan Gilliam - Executive Director
Kim Golding - Dance Block Associate
Emilio Martinez Poppe - Programs Manager
Dakota Scott - Director of Special Projects
Addison Vawters - Operations Manager
Imani Vieira- Dance Block + Communications Associate 

Board: Tomie Arai, Dipti Desai, Winston Estevez, Lee Ann Gullie, Molaundo Jones, Jasmina Sinanovic, Ela Troyano
FABnyc PROGRAMS are supported in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, Humanities New York, New York City Small Business Services, City Councilwoman Carlina Rivera, City Councilwoman Margaret Chin, Mellon Foundation, Mertz Gilmore Foundation, Harkness Foundation, Con Edison, La Vida Feliz Foundation, New York Community Trust, NYU Community Fund, and LES Ready!
 
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