Day of Community: Newest Americans Panel

Woman's reflection in a window

Newest Americans
A panel discussion 

Friday, October 20, 2017 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM 
721 Broadway, 12th Floor | Dean's Conference Room 
Open to the public. Photo ID required for entry to all NYU buildings.
First come, first served. 

Join the Department of Photography & Imaging for a special event as part of Tisch School of the Arts' Day of Community. The Newest Americans is a three-year art and documentary project chronicling the immigrant experience from the vantage point of the campus of Rutgers University-Newark. The project, spearheaded by Tim Raphael, director of the Center for Migration and the Global City (CMGC), cross-pollinates academic inquiry, professional media production, and public humanities programming to generate fresh narratives and insights about our emerging majority minority population and the nation it is transforming.


  • Marie-Jeanne Muhoza Ndimbira, co-founder of the Physically Active Youth Program (PAY) an after school non-profit organization based in Windhoek, Namibia

  • Kristina Micu, Program Coordinator for Newest Americans


Image credit: Desi Gas, from Issue #3 of Newest Americans, Ed Kashi