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September 2022

Please join us in welcoming September Ma’s House resident artist Aima Paule @aimathedrmr ! Aima is a Oakland, CA based multimedia artist in music, installation art, graphic art, videos, and poetry. Aima is deeply inspired by survival and “thrival” techniques through artistic commentary and expression that they, themself, and their community use to navigate systems of oppression. Aima’s art is also inspired by how we… Read More »Aima Paule

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  Long Islanders Explore Identity & Connection Through NEA Big Read MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 2022 | Mariana Lima, Contributing Writer Using Joy Harjo’s poetry collection An American Sunrise as a starting point, Long Island community members dove into activities exploring Indigenous culture, oppression, race, colonization, and displacement. From readings performed by inmates at the Suffolk County Jail, to having author Joy Harjo visit Shinnecock Nation’s sovereign land, here’s… Read More »Joy Harjo Visits Ma’s House – Long Islanders Explore Identity & Connection Through NEA Big Read

Joy Harjo Visits Ma’s House – Long Islanders Explore Identity & Connection Through NEA Big Read

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