The Play's The Thing? Homeless Transgender Youth Act Their Way Toward Justice, by Lance Richardson. Slate Magazine, June 11, 2014.
How Do We Get Right? Part 1, by Travis Stevens. July 9, 2014.
Make Sense Out of Nonsense, by Travis Stevens. May 26, 2014
Meet Our Partners: Dreams for Policy Change, by Max Freedman. May 21, 2014
ACTION ALERT: Advocacy Goes Onstage, from the Housing Works AIDS Issues Blog. May 15, 2014.
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Friday, July 18th: 6pm-9pm
An Immigration Story
TONYC will participate in a panel as part of this evening of film, literature, theater, and immigrant testimonies. Learn about the services offered by and opportunities to get involved with NYC's major immigrant advocacy and civic participation organizations.
Central Brooklyn Library
10 Grand Army Plaza
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Saturday, July 19th: 2pm-5pm
Concrete Justice: Park Bench Prophet at the Youth Empowerment Seminar
TONYC brings excerpts of Park Bench Prophet to a dialogue with the NYPD and community activists about knowing your rights.
Vanderveer Park United Methodist Church
3114 Glenwood Road, Brooklyn, NY
Free admission and refreshments
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