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HueArts NYC goes live!

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Today, Museum Hue announced HueArts NYC, a comprehensive online map & directory, field report, and ongoing platform for New York City’s arts entities that have been created by and center Black, Latinx, Indigenous, Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern, and all People of Color.  Stephanie Cunningham, Museum Hue’s Creative Director, and Iman Childs, Project Coordinator have […]

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The Pocantico Center

Project     2020–2021

In 2020, Hester Street began working with The Pocantico Center to develop an audience diversity and outreach strategy to ensure more inclusive, expansive programming as the Center builds a vision for its future. The Center, based in Westchester County, has long been a private estate of the Rockefeller family and is now open to the […]

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2020 Census

Project     2020–2021

For the 2020 Census, Hester Street joined hundreds of community groups, advocates, service providers, representatives from labor and major civic institutions, and city agencies to mobilize to get New Yorkers counted in the Census. NYC’s Complete Count Campaign is the nation’s largest and most diverse coordinated municipal campaign to achieve a complete and accurate count […]

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New York Immigration Coalition

Project     2019–2020

Hester Street worked with the New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC) in 2019 to plan and manage the organization’s office renovations in Midtown Manhattan. NYIC is an umbrella policy and advocacy organization that represents over 200 immigrant and refugee rights groups throughout New York, including grassroots and nonprofit community organizations, religious and academic institutions, labor unions, […]

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