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How much do you know about Black Wall Street? The new HBO series Watchmen recently dramatized a signal event in American history: the 1921 attack on Greenwood Avenue, a.k.a. "Black Wall Street," a thriving African American community in Tulsa, OK, that was destroyed by white supremacist violence during a two-day riot.
How do soldiers cope in the aftermath of war? Hear from the men and women who've worn the U.S. uniform. Members of the group Voices From War share their stories of trauma and homecoming after conflicts in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan. After their readings, stick around for questions and a moderated discussion.
The following CLE program is offered by the New-York Historical Society’s Planned Giving Advisory Council
Are you unknowingly subjecting your clients (and maybe you) to liability for violation of securities laws? These issues arise in every day transactions such as the creation of GRATS or funding private foundations. Learn what to ask so you can avoid this dangerous minefield.
Start celebrating Earth Day early at New-York Historical. Meet some of the organizations that are on the front lines of environmental crises and the battle against climate change. Members from Riverkeeper, The River Project, Palisades Park Conservancy, and NY Botanical Garden, will tell you about their work, and how you can get involved and make your voice heard.