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Date: Saturday May 11, 2019, 9:30AM-7PM, Optional Yoga and breakfast at 8AM.
Train: The LIRR is the surest way to get out east. Bridgehampton is the closest train stop.
Bus: The Hampton Jitney.
Food: Breakfast provided by Fairway Restaurant (Poxabogue); Lunch and early evening snacks provided by Misha Hyman founder of The Health Warrior Project. Vegetarian and gluten free options available. Please bring a water bottle for the day, if possible.
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Housing: If you are coming from the NYC and need a place to stay, email us and perhaps we can pair you up with a host or another out of town attendee. firstname.lastname@example.org
5 Facilitated Roundtables on the issues that mattered to Eleanor Roosevelt
What does race, gender and economic equality mean to you? What arises when you think about peace and the military industrial complex or a healthy environment?
Led by Lisa Votino-Tarrant, an activist who recently went to the border wall to help immigrant children, lives on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation, has done immigration advocacy work for over 15 years. We will ask what does
Led by Kate Mueth, an actor, director, choreographer and the Founder of the not-for-profit dance theater company The Neo-Political Cowgirls, will ask, what does gender equality mean to you, to your community and the culture at large.
Led by R. Damion Williams, a creative visionary and enthusiastic entrepreneur, Damion has contributed to the success of varied entertainment brands and held limited partnerships in real estate consultancies and fashion companies where he has actively sought out high-end sales and development ventures, produced viral marketing campaigns and live events while building an extensive network of high-level executives across multiple industries.
Led by Christina Cobb
Peace and the Military Industrial Complex
Led by Susan Coleman, (susancoleman.global LLC) host of The Peacebuilding Podcast: From Conflict to Common Ground and a long-time mediation expert (U.N., NASA, UNICEF, Afghanistan, Sudan, etc.).
5 Creative Workshops Where We Make Eleanor Inspired Art
MY DAY Podcast, Led by Kathie Russo
Producer Kathleen Russo is the Director of the Audio Podcast Fellows Program at Stony Brook Southampton. She is the executive producer with Tina Brown of the podcast TBD by Wondery, and created and produced the podcast/radio show Here’s The Thing with Alec Baldwin (WNYC production).
Eleanor Roosevelt had a syndicated column for over 20 years called "My Day" where she candidly explored both the personal and political. In this workshop, we will read, as a group, one of Eleanor's "My Day" and discuss its relevance then and today. After instruction regarding structure and storytelling, you will write your own “May Day” article. After some time to workshop writing in the class, we will take turns going in the studio to record as a podcast.
VJ mixing and projection workshop, Led by Peter Bill
Peter Bill is an artist, activist, and educator. Since the 90's he has been working connecting under-represented communities with the technology to broadcast their voices on 4 continents.
Using inspiration from roundtables, participants will do live drawing on imagery, and create written text which will be included in a video mix. This workshop will be a brief intro to mixing video using the VJ software Resolume Avenue, connecting input devices and mixing up a selection of Time-lapse work with participant creations.
Fluff T-shirts, Led by House of Fluff
We use only the finest faux fur textiles that we develop ourselves in Italy or source directly around the globe. We are not interested in passing trends. We make a luxury product that lasts for years and keeps you warm like real fur - but is 100% cruelty-free.