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Tuesday August 14th, 7pm — double feature documentary screening at the Judson Memorial Church, 55 Washington Square South

The Vanishing City and Battle for Brooklyn, with a panel discussion between the two films:

Jen Senko (Director, Vanishing City)
Heather Quist (Co-Writer/Editor,Vanishing City)
Chris Iversen (Producer, Vanishing City)
Michael Galinsky (Director, Battle for Brooklyn)
Daniel Goldstein (Brooklyn Activist)
M. Ndigo Washington (Founder of Take Back Our City, Harlem Activist)
Mark Crispin Miller (NYU FASP)

Admission is $25, or $15 with a student ID.



One Comment to “Join NYUFASP and GVSHP on August 14th for a Double-Screening of The Vanishing City and Battle for Brooklyn with panel discussion following the two films”

  • Reading “While We Were Sleeping”. Very upsetting, enraging and saddening. I’m concerned at the high handling costs–almost as much as the book so it’s 18 total. And meantime, the high cost prevents the word getting out.

    Is there not a better way to fundraise? I was thinking maybe–you could post the book or sections of it on line–and ask for a donation. The word be broadcast and you’d probably make almost as much money.

    Just a thought.

    I think you’re terrific. Thanks for everything you do. I try to catch you at McNally’s whenever I’m in NY,

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