New York City Center's Fall For Dance 2023 brings unique international dance companies to New York City at affordable prices. All tickets are $20 + fees. It's one of the best dance deals in town by one of New York City's major dance theaters. It always sells out. 20th Fall For Dance 2023 Fall for Dance 2023 presents five programs with three dance companies each; to … [Read more...] about Fall For Dance 2023 Celebrates 20 Years at New York City Center
Indigenous people are the original people of the land. Called "Native American" in the States, and Indigenous across the Americas, the First Nations arrived around 30,000 years ago.
The first Indigenous "civilization" was founded in what is now Central Mexico around 12,000 BCE.
The first Iroquoian people arrived in the Adirondacks between 1,200 and 4,000 years ago. The Lenape of Manahatta came from those people.
The Harvest Moon is one of the Native American names for the September full moon. The September full moon is normally the Corn Moon. The Harvest Moon is either the September or October full moon, whichever is nearest the Fall Equinox, the beginning of fall in astronomy. Full moon names in the United States follow Indigenous traditions. This moon is called the “Corn Moon” … [Read more...] about “Harvest Moon” is a Native American Name for the September Full Moon
The Armory Show 2023 is New York City's big fall contemporary art fair. It anchors the Armory Week cluster of contemporary art fairs, and is currently run by a leadership team of women. The fair was acquired this year by Frieze, a London art magazine and art fair producer. Frieze produces the Frieze art fair which anchors New York's Frieze Week cluster of contemporary art … [Read more...] about The Armory Show Brings International Latin and African Galleries to New York
Drums Along the Hudson 2023 is a Native American pow wow that has evolved into a multicultural celebration of drum, song and dance. No matter where you or your family are from, every culture has a drum! This celebration is held in Inwood Hill Park on the site of the old Lenape village, Manahatta's first nation. Of course, it's the most beautiful spot on the island. The … [Read more...] about Drums Along the Hudson is a Native American & Multicultural Celebration of Drum, Song & Dance
The 34th Human Rights Watch Film Festival 2023 is at Film at Lincoln Center and IFC Center in the West Village, May 31 - June 11, 2023. $15. 🇧🇷 🇫🇷 🇮🇷 🇮🇹 🇺🇬 The festival's cast of filmmakers, film subjects, journalists, activists and academics lift the conversation about what's really happening in the world today. We have a lot of problems that we can only solve together. … [Read more...] about Human Rights Watch Film Festival Brings Global Problems into Focus
The ACO SONiC Festival with Miguel Zenón & Angélica Negrón creates new Latin classical music with the American Composers Orchestra featuring Ahmed Alom, Raquel Acevedo Klein, Victor Pablo, Darian Thomas; in the Repertory Theater at Hostos Center; on Sunday, June 4, 2023 at 4pm. From $25. Student ID ($5). hostos.cuny.org 🇵🇷 🇨🇴 🇮🇱 🇺🇸 This show is a primer on some of the … [Read more...] about ACO SONiC Festival with Miguel Zenón and Angélica Negrón Creates Avant-Garde Puerto Rican Classical Music at Hostos
The first installation of the the Museum of the City of New York's photography triennial New York Now: Home, shows some of the ways our city of immigrants make New York home. This experience is part of the daily lives of millions of New Yorkers. New York Now: Home Photography Triennial New York Now: Home, a photography exhibition about how New Yorkers make the city … [Read more...] about The New York Now: Home Photography Exhibition at MCNY Shows How New Yorkers Make New York City Home
Benito Juárez, was President of Mexico from 1858 to 1872. He overcame the disadvantages of being Indigenous and poor to became a well-educated lawyer and politician. The third Monday in March is a national holiday in Mexico in honor of his birthday on March 21, 1806. A Reformer who laid the foundations for modern Mexico Juárez was a progressive reformer who worked … [Read more...] about Remember Benito Juárez, Indigenous Founding Father of Modern Mexico!
Native Americans of the Northeast called March's full moon the "Worm Moon." March's Full Moon The moon is so named because it is the time of year when worms first appear. Birds also arrive to feast on the worms. We are approaching the March equinox, the halfway point between winter and spring in the northern hemisphere. The equinox is the day when the length of day … [Read more...] about “Worm Moon” is a Native American Name for the March Full Moon
Maria Tallchief was born Ki He Kah Stah Tsa (Elizabeth Marie “Betty” Tallchief) in Fairfax, Oklahoma on January 24, 1925. She is a member of the Osage Nation, one of the First Nations of what are now Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas. She is remembered as America's first prima ballerina and the dancer who helped make George Balanchine's "The Nutcracker" the world's … [Read more...] about Remember Maria TallChief (Osage Nation), America’s & NY City Ballet’s First Prima Ballerina Who Popularized The Nutcracker