A special series about City College:|
February 2, February 11, March 16
Its dazzling list of alumni includes playwrights and poets, politicians and journalists, scientists, teachers, and Nobel Prize winners. The City College of New York was established to provide children of working class and immigrant families access to a tuition-free higher education, based on merit alone. For many years, its student body was predominantly Jewish and for most it was City College or nothing at a time when quotas and cost kept Jews out of more prestigious institutions. Join historians, writers, filmmakers, and alumni for a series of discussions and films about City College, its rich Jewish history, and its transformative role in the lives of so many.
Click here for more details and tickets to The City Game on February 11, 2020
Click here for more details and tickets to Cinema & Sanctuary on March 16, 2020
Presented by Center for Jewish History, American Jewish Historical Society, City College of New York & Alumni Association of the City College of New York
Center for Jewish History (View)
15 West 16th St.
New York, NY 10011
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