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Photoville seeks to make photography and visual storytelling broadly accessible.  The 9th annual Photoville event includes 60 exhibits around NYC and 30 free on-line programs running through November 29th.  Find out more information here.

"For the People's Health": Advocating for Accessible Healthcare in NYC
The third in the Educator Series from The Museum of the City of New York.  November 12 5-6:30pm. Learn more and sign up here.

We Fight to Build a Free World: A Project by Jonathan Horowitz
The ASL Community is invited to an exhibit of 70 artists that draw connections between historical oppression and the challenges we are facing today.  Event conducted through Zoom without voice interpretation.
Sunday, November 8th 1:30 - 3:00 pm.  
Learn more and register here.  Participation is limited to the ASL Community.

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Interactive Tour of Ellis Island
Check out this cool interactive resource, especially valuable while these sites cannot be accessed in person.  Start your tour here.

NYC Parks @ Home Jr
Take full advantage of the hidden games of our parks, including activities, tours, and educational events.  Get the scoop here.
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To get through Election Week, try this six minute Buddhist practice from Marcy Vaugn and intended to create Stillness in our Bodies.  This is the first of 3 short practices designed to create calm during this anxious time.  The  link is to a spoken meditation guide hosted on Sound Cloud.

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If the meditation doesn't help, try this for a bit of a diversion!