Date | November, 2016

The New School Stands With Standing Rock

Since August, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota has been protesting the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline on tribal lands. They have been joined by thousands of activists, protesters, and members of other tribes in solidarity with their mission to protect their lands and water.  The water protectors have vowed to stand […]

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What Will Change: Tanya Kalmanovitch on Music and Social Change

The next four years will prove to be unprecedented in the roll-back and dismantling of environmental protections. In our new series, What Will Change, Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty reflect on the environmental and social justice impacts of the election results from the perspectives of their research, practice, and passion. by: Tanya Kalmanovitch It is a […]

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The Environment Post Election: Open House

Thursday, December 1, 2016  10:30 AM-11:30 AM  Room 1618 79 5th Avenue, 16th Floor OPEN TO NEW SCHOOL STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF. ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND, NO RSVP REQUIRED. Many of us are engaged in reflection, discussions, and actions on the issues we care about after the presidential election. Join us for an informal […]

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What Will Change: Nadia Elrokhsy on Policy and Resistance

The next four years will prove to be unprecedented in the roll-back and dismantling of environmental protections. In our new series, What Will Change, Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty reflect on the environmental and social justice impacts of the election results from the perspectives of their research, practice, and passion. We> By Nadia Elrokhsy A personal look […]

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What Will Change: Ana Baptista on Environmental Justice

The next four years will prove to be unprecedented in the roll-back and dismantling of environmental protections. In our new series, What Will Change, Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty reflect on the environmental and social justice impacts of the election results from the perspectives of their research, practice, and passion. Environmental Justice in a Time of […]

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What Will Change: Bhawani Venkataraman on Evidence-Based Environmental Policies

The next four years will prove to be unprecedented in the roll-back and dismantling of environmental protections. In our new series, What Will Change, Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty reflect on the environmental and social justice impacts of the election results from the perspectives of their research, practice, and passion. By: Bhawni Venkataraman President Obama’s environmental agenda […]

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What Will Change: Rafi Youatt on Border Politics and Ecology

The next four years will prove to be unprecedented in the roll-back and dismantling of environmental protections. In our new series, What Will Change, Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty reflect on the environmental and social justice impacts of the election results from the perspectives of their research, practice, and passion. By Rafi Youatt I study the […]

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What Will Change: Fabio Parasecoli on Food

The next four years will prove to be unprecedented in the roll-back and dismantling of environmental protections. In our new series, What Will Change, Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty reflect on the environmental and social justice impacts of the election results from the perspectives of their research, practice, and passion. By: Fabio Parasecoli My work focuses […]

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New School Alumni bring lunch with a side of social justice on Tuesdays

Get to know an organization that stems from our very own New School roots: Drive Change was a 2014 New Challenge winner and has grown to become one of NYC’s most innovative young organizations. Drive Change utilizes the food truck workplace to run a 1-year paid Fellowship for young adults coming home from jail and […]

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The Election: Our Thoughts

As the election draws to a close, the Tishman Center stands together with our campus, neighbors, and communities for peace, justice and solidarity. We believe that everyone has the right to thrive in a democratic, peaceful and sustainable society. Today we are focusing on the potential for progress on the challenges we face as a […]

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