Dr. King and others inspired me to get into what I call good trouble, necessary trouble. And I think we're going to have generations for years to come that will be prepared to get in trouble, good trouble, necessary trouble. ~ John King
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MCC presents Relevance
Open Caption Performance: Edward Albee's At Home at the Zoo
Whitney Signs: Where We Are: Selections from the Whitney’s Collection, 1900–1960
Children of a Lessor God - ASL Interpreted Dates
Public Theatre - Black Light
Met Signs Tour in ASL—Diamond Mountains: Travel and Nostalgia in Korean Art
MetFridays: Met Signs Tour in ASL—Like Life: Sculpture, Color, and the Body (1300–Now)
Met Signs in the Studio in ASL—Body Language
ASL-Interpreted Purim Night Experience
H.E.S. Sunday Brunch
Marlee Matlin Honored at ReelAbilities
Jewish Heritage of Modern Culture
New Victory Theatre - Black Beauty
Open House Panel
The Book of Mormon
Irish Outsiders - Tenement Museum
IRT's Summer Drama Program Tweens/Teens: FREE for Deaf & HH
Black Panther - Open Captioned
How to Access and Utilize the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities?
ASL-Interpreted Shabbat Across America Service/Dinner
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