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This Week: Get your tickets to “Yo Miss! Teaching Inside the Cultural Divide!”

New York Immigration Coalition joins EarSay in presenting: Yo Miss! Teaching Inside the Cultural Divide, a new work by actress/human rights activist/educator Judith Sloan from November 3rd through November 6th at the Nuyorican Poets Café.

Teaching, acting, producing - when it comes to exploring the world through the streets of New York, it seems that Judith Sloan has done it all. Known for her collaborative multi-media project [with Warren Lehrer,] Crossing the BLVD: strangers, neighbors, aliens in a new america, Judith spent 20 years teaching and reporting at schools and jails where she encountered immigration, cultural clashes, and generation gaps. Now, she presents her accounts in a new play Yo Miss! Teaching Inside the Cultural Divide. Sloan is an award-winning playwright, radio producer, and performer. Yo Miss is a project of EarSay, a non-profit devoted to portraying uncelebrated stories. Judith’s work in Yo Miss! is described as “sometimes funny, sometimes sad, always truth-seeking performance” that “attempts to break down assumptions that divide…. residents of a polygot city who live in close proximity but come from conflicting worlds.

The NYIC's Director of Advocacy, Jackie Vimo, will be sitting on a post-show talk back panel with New York City Council Member, Julissa Ferreras, and Breakthrough Executive Director Mallika Dutt, after the Sunday 3PM show.

JOIN US and don't miss this exciting new show!

When: November, 3, 4, 5, Thurs- Sat at 7 PM and Sunday at 3PM
Where: The Nuyorican Poets Cafe (236 East 3rd Street, Manhattan)

                                                For tickets please click HERE

See some of the advance praise for Yo Miss stories produced for public radio:

“This is an art you can trust to tell the truth in vivid detail.” — Andrei Codrescu, poet, novelist, commentator NPR’s All Things Considered

“Judith Sloan’s work is exactly what public radio sounds like at its best: unique, amazing, real people’s stories that confront tough issues, told with the highest production values, including original music, and a sense of humor.” Brian Lehrer, the Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC




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