20 | Oct
10:30AM
20 | Oct
10:30AM

walking tour

Sold out: Soapbox Walks: Jewish Radicals

Tony Michels traces how the Yiddish socialist movement influenced NY politics and culture. Co-sponsored by Jewish Currents.

This series pairs a wonderful roster of scholars to co-lead tours with AJHS ED Annie Polland.

The Soapbox Walks Series has been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the Human Endeavor.

Ticket Info: This event is sold out.


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03 | Nov
10:30AM
03 | Nov
10:30AM

walking tour

Soap Box Walks: African American History

This installment of Soapbox Walks features Professor Leslie Harrisand illuminates how African American history and US history intersected on Union Square, from Civil War demonstrations, Frederick Douglass’s 1878 Memorial Day Speech, and early 20th century socialism. This program is made possible through The National Endowment for the Humanities.

Ticket Info: $20 general, $15 CJH/Partner members, seniors, students at soapboxwalks.bpt.me or 800-838-3006


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10 | Nov
10:30AM
10 | Nov
10:30AM

family program

Prose & Pose: Circle the Square

A part of our new family program series, families will work together to discover the untold stories of Union Square through this activity-based walking tour!

Ticket Info: $10 per family at bpt.me/4309884 or 800-838-3006


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17 | Nov
10:30AM
17 | Nov
10:30AM

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Soap Box Walks: Art & Politics

This installment of Soapbox Walks features Professor Daniel Soyer on politics and art on Union Square, from the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, the Rand School and Fourteenth Street School of Art. This program is made possible through The National Endowment for the Humanities.

Ticket Info: $20 general, $15 CJH/Partner members, seniors, students at soapboxwalks.bpt.me or 800-838-3006


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