Here at the Girls Club we know the importance of community spaces, especially here in New York City where more public space is needed. 
The former PS 64 building at 605 East 9th Street is the former home of CHARAS/El Bohio Community Center, a wonderful organization founded in the 1970’s that offered free classes of all kinds to the community. It was a vibrant, positive organization that was illegally pushed out of PS 64 when the city sold the building. Attached to the deed is a community board ordinance that states the space must be for community use only. Artist, good friend to the Girls Club and one of the founders of CHARAS, Chino Garcia spoke to our Environmental camp about what is happening with the building. We decided to paint a banner in support of the movement to reclaim the space!
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Here at the Girls Club we know the importance of community spaces, especially here in New York City where more public space is needed. 
The former PS 64 building at 605 East 9th Street is the former home of CHARAS/El Bohio Community Center, a wonderful organization founded in the 1970’s that offered free classes of all kinds to the community. It was a vibrant, positive organization that was illegally pushed out of PS 64 when the city sold the building. Attached to the deed is a community board ordinance that states the space must be for community use only. Artist, good friend to the Girls Club and one of the founders of CHARAS, Chino Garcia spoke to our Environmental camp about what is happening with the building. We decided to paint a banner in support of the movement to reclaim the space!
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Here at the Girls Club we know the importance of community spaces, especially here in New York City where more public space is needed. 
The former PS 64 building at 605 East 9th Street is the former home of CHARAS/El Bohio Community Center, a wonderful organization founded in the 1970’s that offered free classes of all kinds to the community. It was a vibrant, positive organization that was illegally pushed out of PS 64 when the city sold the building. Attached to the deed is a community board ordinance that states the space must be for community use only. Artist, good friend to the Girls Club and one of the founders of CHARAS, Chino Garcia spoke to our Environmental camp about what is happening with the building. We decided to paint a banner in support of the movement to reclaim the space!
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Here at the Girls Club we know the importance of community spaces, especially here in New York City where more public space is needed. 
The former PS 64 building at 605 East 9th Street is the former home of CHARAS/El Bohio Community Center, a wonderful organization founded in the 1970’s that offered free classes of all kinds to the community. It was a vibrant, positive organization that was illegally pushed out of PS 64 when the city sold the building. Attached to the deed is a community board ordinance that states the space must be for community use only. Artist, good friend to the Girls Club and one of the founders of CHARAS, Chino Garcia spoke to our Environmental camp about what is happening with the building. We decided to paint a banner in support of the movement to reclaim the space!
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Here at the Girls Club we know the importance of community spaces, especially here in New York City where more public space is needed. 
The former PS 64 building at 605 East 9th Street is the former home of CHARAS/El Bohio Community Center, a wonderful organization founded in the 1970’s that offered free classes of all kinds to the community. It was a vibrant, positive organization that was illegally pushed out of PS 64 when the city sold the building. Attached to the deed is a community board ordinance that states the space must be for community use only. Artist, good friend to the Girls Club and one of the founders of CHARAS, Chino Garcia spoke to our Environmental camp about what is happening with the building. We decided to paint a banner in support of the movement to reclaim the space!
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Here at the Girls Club we know the importance of community spaces, especially here in New York City where more public space is needed. 
The former PS 64 building at 605 East 9th Street is the former home of CHARAS/El Bohio Community Center, a wonderful organization founded in the 1970’s that offered free classes of all kinds to the community. It was a vibrant, positive organization that was illegally pushed out of PS 64 when the city sold the building. Attached to the deed is a community board ordinance that states the space must be for community use only. Artist, good friend to the Girls Club and one of the founders of CHARAS, Chino Garcia spoke to our Environmental camp about what is happening with the building. We decided to paint a banner in support of the movement to reclaim the space!
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Here at the Girls Club we know the importance of community spaces, especially here in New York City where more public space is needed. 
The former PS 64 building at 605 East 9th Street is the former home of CHARAS/El Bohio Community Center, a wonderful organization founded in the 1970’s that offered free classes of all kinds to the community. It was a vibrant, positive organization that was illegally pushed out of PS 64 when the city sold the building. Attached to the deed is a community board ordinance that states the space must be for community use only. Artist, good friend to the Girls Club and one of the founders of CHARAS, Chino Garcia spoke to our Environmental camp about what is happening with the building. We decided to paint a banner in support of the movement to reclaim the space!
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Here at the Girls Club we know the importance of community spaces, especially here in New York City where more public space is needed. 
The former PS 64 building at 605 East 9th Street is the former home of CHARAS/El Bohio Community Center, a wonderful organization founded in the 1970’s that offered free classes of all kinds to the community. It was a vibrant, positive organization that was illegally pushed out of PS 64 when the city sold the building. Attached to the deed is a community board ordinance that states the space must be for community use only. Artist, good friend to the Girls Club and one of the founders of CHARAS, Chino Garcia spoke to our Environmental camp about what is happening with the building. We decided to paint a banner in support of the movement to reclaim the space!
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Here at the Girls Club we know the importance of community spaces, especially here in New York City where more public space is needed. 

The former PS 64 building at 605 East 9th Street is the former home of CHARAS/El Bohio Community Center, a wonderful organization founded in the 1970’s that offered free classes of all kinds to the community. It was a vibrant, positive organization that was illegally pushed out of PS 64 when the city sold the building. Attached to the deed is a community board ordinance that states the space must be for community use only. Artist, good friend to the Girls Club and one of the founders of CHARAS, Chino Garcia spoke to our Environmental camp about what is happening with the building. We decided to paint a banner in support of the movement to reclaim the space!

We are hyped up and ready to install three full weeks of work in our room for the Governors Island Art Fair!  Many thanks to Anthony Zito and Ellen Blum for a successful series of workshops with our Art & Activism girls. Be sure to check out our exhibit this September, which actively comments on the dire and on-going Central America child migrant situation.
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We are hyped up and ready to install three full weeks of work in our room for the Governors Island Art Fair!  Many thanks to Anthony Zito and Ellen Blum for a successful series of workshops with our Art & Activism girls. Be sure to check out our exhibit this September, which actively comments on the dire and on-going Central America child migrant situation.
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We are hyped up and ready to install three full weeks of work in our room for the Governors Island Art Fair!  Many thanks to Anthony Zito and Ellen Blum for a successful series of workshops with our Art & Activism girls. Be sure to check out our exhibit this September, which actively comments on the dire and on-going Central America child migrant situation.
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We are hyped up and ready to install three full weeks of work in our room for the Governors Island Art Fair!  Many thanks to Anthony Zito and Ellen Blum for a successful series of workshops with our Art & Activism girls. Be sure to check out our exhibit this September, which actively comments on the dire and on-going Central America child migrant situation.
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We are hyped up and ready to install three full weeks of work in our room for the Governors Island Art Fair!  Many thanks to Anthony Zito and Ellen Blum for a successful series of workshops with our Art & Activism girls. Be sure to check out our exhibit this September, which actively comments on the dire and on-going Central America child migrant situation.

Savitri, the Director of the Reverend Billy Stop Shopping Choir, talked to us about her life as an artist and activist.  She taught us a song inspired by the immigrant children coming to America in search of a better life.

We dance the day you were free The jailer wandered off and you found the key We dance the day you are free So glad to have you back and again

We were welcome here all those years ago No matter where we all had been And lady liberty said just come on in So glad to have you back again
 We know you are citizens too Working and loving Americans This ain’t the land of the few Glad to have you back again
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Savitri, the Director of the Reverend Billy Stop Shopping Choir, talked to us about her life as an artist and activist.  She taught us a song inspired by the immigrant children coming to America in search of a better life.

We dance the day you were free The jailer wandered off and you found the key We dance the day you are free So glad to have you back and again

We were welcome here all those years ago No matter where we all had been And lady liberty said just come on in So glad to have you back again
 We know you are citizens too Working and loving Americans This ain’t the land of the few Glad to have you back again
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Savitri, the Director of the Reverend Billy Stop Shopping Choir, talked to us about her life as an artist and activist.  She taught us a song inspired by the immigrant children coming to America in search of a better life.

We dance the day you were free The jailer wandered off and you found the key We dance the day you are free So glad to have you back and again

We were welcome here all those years ago No matter where we all had been And lady liberty said just come on in So glad to have you back again
 We know you are citizens too Working and loving Americans This ain’t the land of the few Glad to have you back again
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Savitri, the Director of the Reverend Billy Stop Shopping Choir, talked to us about her life as an artist and activist.  She taught us a song inspired by the immigrant children coming to America in search of a better life.

We dance the day you were free The jailer wandered off and you found the key We dance the day you are free So glad to have you back and again

We were welcome here all those years ago No matter where we all had been And lady liberty said just come on in So glad to have you back again
 We know you are citizens too Working and loving Americans This ain’t the land of the few Glad to have you back again
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Savitri, the Director of the Reverend Billy Stop Shopping Choir, talked to us about her life as an artist and activist.  She taught us a song inspired by the immigrant children coming to America in search of a better life.

We dance the day you were free The jailer wandered off and you found the key We dance the day you are free So glad to have you back and again

We were welcome here all those years ago No matter where we all had been And lady liberty said just come on in So glad to have you back again
 We know you are citizens too Working and loving Americans This ain’t the land of the few Glad to have you back again
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Savitri, the Director of the Reverend Billy Stop Shopping Choir, talked to us about her life as an artist and activist.  She taught us a song inspired by the immigrant children coming to America in search of a better life.

We dance the day you were free
The jailer wandered off and you found the key
We dance the day you are free
So glad to have you back and again
We were welcome here all those years ago
No matter where we all had been
And lady liberty said just come on in
So glad to have you back again

We know you are citizens too
Working and loving Americans
This ain’t the land of the few
Glad to have you back again