Radical Village, May 6, 6PM
05/06/2022 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM ET
The historic Little Red School House and Elisabeth Irwin High School has served as a haven for political dissidents and cultivated prominent social justice activists for an entire century. Join us for a walk around Greenwich Village as we explore the lives of the radical playwrights, lawyers, musicians, educators, and artists who have called the school home. Among the sites we will visit: our city’s first integrated club where Billie Holiday debuted the anti-lynching anthem “Strange Fruit,” the Weather Underground townhouse that a bomb ripped apart, the prison where the FBI detained Angela Davis upon her capture, the home of Pete Seeger and other artists targeted by the House Un-American Activities Committee, and more. Together we will reflect upon this community’s enduring legacy and impact on social movements of today.Event Registration is closed.
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