is a speaker series
bringing different ideas together under one roof,
first Thursdays of every month.
770 Hart Street
Doors open at 7pm,
talks begin at 7.30pm,
is a third-year student at CUNY School of Law. She has advocated for police accountability and/or alternatives to policing in as a civil legal advocate with The Bronx Defenders, as a volunteer with Queens Neighborhoods United, and as an intern with the DOJ Civil Rights Division and the Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem.
has been working in early childhood special education in New York City for five years and is currently studying applied behavior analysis at Hunter College. She is a graduate of Bank Street College of Education.
is an artist, comedian, and writer based in Brooklyn, NY and is part of the comedy collective DZComedy. She has appeared on IFC, Comedy Central, and has published her writing on Cracked.com. She is a writer for VICE's The Creators Project where she writes about art and comedy, and you can find her hosting various monthly show's throughout the city such as Not Dead Yet (A Variety Show), SLOOP JUMBLY (An Experimental Comedy Show), and This Comedy Show Has 10 Hosts.
The next SHELTER takes
place on Thursday 3/2
at the new GREENLIGHT BOOKS
(in Prospect Lefferts Garden)
632 Flatbush Avenue
Prospect Park (B)(Q)(S).