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March

  • Women in Health Leadership Panel

    Women in Health Leadership Panel


     
  • 2nd Annual Women's Resilience Conference

    The Hostos Center for Bronx Nonprofits presents the 2nd Annual Women's Resilience Conference. This event is aimed at sharing the important work being done by women in a variety of fields. Join us as we explore the topic of civic engagement, the importance of participating in the 2020 Census, the role self-care plays in our lives and much more!
     

April

  • “Undocumented, Unafraid: The Power of Creative Expression.” A Conversation with Dan-el Padilla Peralta

    “Undocumented, Unafraid: The Power of Creative Expression.” A Conversation with Dan-el Padilla Peralta
    Dan-el Padilla Peralta is the author of Undocumented: A Dominican Boy’s Odyssey from a Homeless Shelter to the Ivy League. A strong believer in public scholarship, he holds a public dialogue with guests regarding his experience and the rewards of his writing process.

    Part of: “Migrations: The Making of America.” This is a free event. For more information, visit the Carnegie Hall website here: https://www.carnegiehall.org/Calendar/2019/04/04/Undocumented-Unafraid-The-Power-of-Creative-Expression-0330PM
     
  • A Tribute to Dave Valentin: Featuring Andrea Brachfeld and Bill O’Connell and the debut of The Bill O’Connell Afro-Caribbean Ensemble

    An exciting double bill -- members of Dave Valentin’s Quartet led by his former music director, pianist Bill O’Connell with flute virtuoso Andrea Brachfeld perform favorites from the late “Pied Piper of the Bronx.” After intermission, the group expands to a tentet with some of New York’s top Latin jazz artists, to premiere Bill’s newest compositions just prior to recording.


     
  • Hostos Community College Foundation 2019 Student Scholarship Benefit

    The Hostos Community College Foundation will hold its annual Scholarship Benefit on Wednesday, April 17, at Glen Island Harbour Club in New Rochelle. It will welcome an audience of approximately 350 guests. Attendees will include leaders and friends from business, education, government, and community health and social services sectors.

     
  • CUNY Dance Initiative: Javier Padilla & the Movement Playground (Open rehearsal)

    A native of Puerto Rico, Javier Padilla is an emerging choreographer, dancer, pilates instructor and movement artist based interested in utilizing innovative technological and marketing strategies to enhance artist visibility and creating works for both traditional and nontraditional environments.   “My movement vocabulary derives from analyzing emotional and physical impulses, utilizing improvisational scores and strategies and finding new ways of incorporating gestures that can express intent and energy while still remaining true to the performer's self.”  After a week-long residency at Hostos, Javier and the Movement Playground invite you to open rehearsal of new works.

May