May 10, 2019
"Community Conversations at Mid-Manhattan Library at 42nd Street:
A Community Conversation presented in partnership with the Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS)
Through MAS's Livable Neighborhoods Program, New Yorkers learn how to work with developers, elected and appointed officials, and city agencies to advocate for the land use regulations and community benefits that their neighborhoods want and need. Following the lecture, librarians will facilitate a dialogue with the goal of connecting neighbors and building new relationships through meaningful dialogue.
Monday, May 13, 2019
6:00 PM | Program Room
Mid-Manhattan Library at 42nd Street
476 Fifth Avenue (at 42nd Street), New York, NY 10018
For more information: nypl.org/communityconversations
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ABOUT THE SERIES
This lecture is the second in a series of lecture and conversations at Mid-Manhattan Library called New York (City) State of Mind. Presenters discuss issues around the life of the mind in New York City, followed by a community conversation about topics of interest to the audience.
Please visit nypl.org/communityconversations for program dates and times.
The brand new Community Conversations initiative at The New York Public Library introduces a space for discussion on local topics that matter most to you. Local librarians at select branches will co-facilitate these dialogues with community organizations, inviting anyone and everyone to the table to share and listen. Let’s create a truly democratic space where we can connect together through meaningful dialogue! Learn more at nypl.org/communityconversations."
Source: Zena George | The New York Public Library