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September 2020

Voter Engagement Workshop (via Zoom)

September 24 @ 2:40 pm - 3:40 pm

Learn more about the history of voting and why voting matters. Get help and your questions answered around voter registrations, absentee/mail-in ballots, completing a ballot correctly, etc.

Facilitated by Dr. Ludwig and WagnerVotes via Zoom

Pre-registration required! To Register visit wagner.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYofuihrT0oGtOQs9cSs4yIA9wjwcJRK0Pv.

Virtual Student Sharing Circle: Making spiritual sense of the Coronavirus

September 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Led by Volunteer Chaplain Holly Bonner, this Sharing Circle series allows students to virtually gather and discuss how we can cope with the challenges presented by the pandemic.

Week 1 - Friday, September 25:
How do we make spiritual sense of the coronavirus?
Spirituality is about consciousness. In the midst of this global pandemic, we invite you to share how your personal beliefs and overall attitudes have been impacted in response to COVID 19. Together we will strategies ways to shift our consciousness to help reset our spiritual equilibriums.

Pre-registration required! Register at: wagner.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckdO2qqzspGNbXOHM0wwJU_kgBqszzMgUD.

October 2020

The Making of a Danish Rescue Film: A Day in October

October 1 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Join the Holocaust Center for a virtual interview moderated by Lori Weintrob with A Day in October director/producer Kenneth Madsen and writer Damian Slattery.

Denmark was the only occupied country to actively resist the Nazi deportation of its Jewish citizens. On the 77th anniversary of the historic Danish Rescue that saved 7,200 Jews, we revisit the film A Day in October, 30 years after its filming on location. This dramatic and compelling rescue and resistance narrative brings one Danish family’s story to life.

This program is made possible through a partnership between the Museum of Jewish Heritage and Wagner College Holocaust Center.

Pre-registration required. For more information or to register visit mjhnyc.org/events/.

Virtual Student Sharing Circle: Who Am I?

October 2 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Led by Volunteer Chaplain Holly Bonner, this Sharing Circle series allows students to virtually gather and discuss how we can cope with the challenges presented by the pandemic.

Week 2 - Friday, October 2:
Who am I?
If you dwell on the fear you feed it. When you control your thoughts, you regulate the emotion. And, like anything else, this takes practice and intention. Ask yourself, “Who am I?” Do you want to be strong for others during difficult times or part of the fear pile-on? Do you want to lead real change around the issue or be part of the status quo? We can’t control the virus, but we can control our response to it.

Pre-registration required! Register at: wagner.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckdO2qqzspGNbXOHM0wwJU_kgBqszzMgUD.

The Relationship between Social Identities and Mobility (via Zoom)

October 8 @ 1:00 pm - 2:20 pm

This workshop, led by Charles T. Brown, MPA, founder and managing principal of Equitable Cities, LLC and senior researcher with the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers University, will include a candid and interactive discussion on the real and perceived relationship between social identities (e.g., income, disability, race, ethnicity, class, and gender) and mobility.

Discussion will highlight how this relationship, or lack thereof, influences public outreach and engagement practices, planning, policy and program development in the creation of walkable, bikeable communities. Students will have an opportunity to create strategies and recommendations to better incorporate social identities into active transportation planning practices and research.

Sponsored by ACE.

Questions please email Dr. Ludwig at bernadette.ludwig@wagner.edu

Pre-registration required! To register visit: wagner.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAlf-mhpz8oEtJUlZjjS5-i-jf82pd2ZFZc.

Virtual Student Sharing Circle: Impact of COVID on my community

October 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Led by Volunteer Chaplain Holly Bonner, this Sharing Circle series allows students to virtually gather and discuss how we can cope with the challenges presented by the pandemic.

Week 3 - Friday, October 9:
How have my communities been impacted?
Each of us belongs to various community groups and faith-based cohorts. Let’s examine how these integral community-based resources have been impacted by COVID 19. Are there any short term or long-term solutions to current barriers? Join us for a brainstorming session on how we can revitalize our community groups and find support through cooperative resources.

Pre-registration required! Register at: wagner.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckdO2qqzspGNbXOHM0wwJU_kgBqszzMgUD.

Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month Jazz Concert

October 11 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

In celebrating Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month (Sept. 15 to Oct. 15), the Bands of Wagner College will celebrate the artistic contributions of Hispanic/Latinx peoples and culture in the world of the Jazz idiom. This live concert on the Wagner College Theatre outdoor stage (adjacent to Main Hall) will not be performed for a live audience, but will be streamed on the Bands of Wagner College Facebook page (facebook.com/WagnerMarching).

Sanctuary for All: Racial Politics and Black-Brown Solidarity in the 21st Century

October 13 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

For the La Herencia keynote, we will be joined by Jennifer A. Jones Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology & Latin American and Latino Studies at the University of Illinois, Chicago. The discussion will be moderated by Bernadette Ludwig Ph.D.

Pre-Registration Required! Register here.

Virtual Student Sharing Circle: Effecting global change by starting within

October 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Led by Volunteer Chaplain Holly Bonner, this Sharing Circle series allows students to virtually gather and discuss how we can cope with the challenges presented by the pandemic.

Week 4 - Friday, October 16:
How can you change the world by changing within?
Change starts with us and our attitude. Let’s try to keep it as healthy and as positive as possible. We have more power over what is happening than we realize. Just imagine what might occur if all of us used these tools of consciousness to change disasters around the globe. Let’s tap into that power as a collective and see what’s possible!

Pre-registration required! Register at: wagner.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckdO2qqzspGNbXOHM0wwJU_kgBqszzMgUD.

Margot Capell’s 100th Birthday

October 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

An eyewitness to Kristallnacht, Margot fled Nazi Germany for England and then the U.S. She has spoken at many schools on Staten Island with the Wagner College Holocaust Center. We are thrilled to celebrate her 100th birthday with her and the Jewish Foundation School.

Wagner College's performance group Shir Levav will serenade Margot from the sidewalk.

To participate or watch the livestream email Lori Weintrob at lrweintr@wagner.edu.

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