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April 21- Dyckman Farmhouse Museum Community Stories, Local Voices

Community Stories, Local Voices                                                                     The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum is kicking off an exciting new project to gather oral histories of the community of Inwood. In this program, you are invited to hear stories of the neighborhood and to share your own ideas and recollections with the museum. In partnership with the Cooperstown Graduate Program (SUNY Oneonta), the Dyckman Farmhouse will collect and archive oral histories for use in future programs and exhibitions at the museum. We hope you will join us for an afternoon of listening and reflecting on the past and present of Inwood.

Cuentos de la Comunidad, Voces Locales                                                       El Dyckman Farmhouse Museum está comenzando un nuevo proyecto para grabar las historias orales de la comunidad de Inwood. Los invitamos a escuchar y compartir los cuentos del barrio, memorias e ideas con nosotros. El Museo en colaboración con Cooperstown Graduate Program (SUNY Oneonta), han iniciado una colección de historias orales para usar en los próximos programas y exposiciones de la institución. Esperamos que se una a nosotros para una tarde de escuchar y reflexionar sobre el pasado y el presente de Inwood.

Dyckman Farmhouse Museum Community Stories, Local Voices       Saturday, April 21, 2018
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Word Up Community Bookshop
2113 Amsterdam Ave (at 165th Street)
New York, NY

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This Thursday: The Prizefighters

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Face Out: The Prizefighters by Arlene Schulman
Introduced by Led Black of the Uptown Collective
Thursday, May 8, 7–9 PM
Word Up, 2113 Amsterdam Avenue @ 165th St.

This week’s Face Out features The Prizefighters, a collection of luminous black and white photographs by uptown’s own Arlene Schulman, in a book that captures the life of the prizefighter in and out of the ring. Her writing details the hopes and desires of the youngest men in amateur contests, through contenders in training, journeymen in defeat and world champions in their prime. The book presents a portrait of what drives men to box and features fighters such as Sugar Ray Robinson, Willie Pep and Archie Moore, along with the world-famous champions such as Ali, Frazier, Holmes, Spinks, Duran, and Hagler who succeeded them. Says the New York Times: “Arlene Schulman’s photographs are all distinctive, and they are all of a piece. No other photographer currently working in sports creates images that are so instantly recognizable.”

For tonight’s event, Arlene Schulman will be in conversation with Uptown Collective editor Led Black.