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Democracy, Imagination, Peeps of Color NOW! at Bailey's Cafe, Freebrook Spaces. Photo: Stephanie Meiling^3470 Word Beomces Flesh Poets Workshop at Urban Arts Partnership. Photo: Rasu Jilani^3470 Professor Cyril Ghosh from Wagner College (See more at Liza Jessie Peterson at Wagner College)^3470 Pat Williams, Carl Hart, Kendall Thomas in Geographies of Incarceration at Columbia University. Photo: Stephanie Meiling^3470 Liza Jessie Peterson, a renowned actress, poet, playwright, educator and advocate. Photo by Allan Weeks. ^3470 Double Consciousness to Post Black Longtable Discussion at Actors Fund Art Center. Photo: Stephanie Meiling^3470 Symposium Breakout Group, The America Project Symposium at the New School. Photo: courtesy of the New School^3470

Community Engagement

Through the Community Engagement and Public Humanities (CEPH) program, MAPP International deepens ongoing relationships and establishes new connections with community organizations and academic institutions to enhance our programming and deepen our engagement with the public. Without the trust and commitment of our partners, CEPH would not be possible.

 

Recent CEPH Partners include:

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The Actors Fund Art Center

Bailey's Cafe

Betty's Daughter Collective

Bric Arts

The Brooklyn Museum

The Brotherhood Sister Sol

Cave Canem

Center for Research and Environmental Decisions

Columbia University

Creative Legacy Projects

Earth Institute

Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts

Freebrook Spaces

Harlem Stage

Lincoln Center Institute

Movement Research

The New School for Public Engagement

Poets House

Positive Feedback

The Rubin Museum

Sadie Nash Leadership Project

The Studio Museum in Harlem

Urban Arts Partners

Urban Word

 

Interested in learning more about partnering with CEPH?

Contact Rasu Jilani, Director of Community Programs: rasu@mappinternational.org