November, 2016

♦️#pipilottirist @newmuseum

♦️#pipilottirist @newmuseum

November 27, 2016

Thankful for this city

Thankful for this city

November 25, 2016

About to get #wicked 🌚

About to get #wicked 🌚

November 20, 2016

Full house tonight for @emilymiethner #socialmedia #workshop for #nycwomenfilmmakers #thefutureisfemale

Full house tonight for @emilymiethner #socialmedia #workshop for #nycwomenfilmmakers #thefutureisfemale

November 17, 2016

How can you start? You can start by donating to organizations like ACLU Nationwide and Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law that work tirelessly to protect the marginalized and voiceless. You can start by sharing your views in constructive discourse that will challenge and push you. You will be laughed at and shouted at and harassed but you will suffer through it all in hopes of a better tomorrow. You must consciously expand your network and include media from those you disagree with. No one wins when we shut each other out. We cannot come to an agreement if we do not know what the other side wants. We must learn and listen to everyone. We must learn to work towards compromise. You can educate yourself by reading publications and following legislation via GovTrack.us. Your eyes will glaze over at the legalese but you will power through and stay awake because we cannot afford to lie down. You can join the fight. Starting from the smallest seats to the largest. Learn how our government works. Attend meetings, rallies, and protests. Join grassroots organizations. VOTE IN MIDTERM ELECTIONS. Hell, vote in every election as an informed and woken citizen. You can engage, in any way you can. A little bit every day, every month, every year. You can treat politics with the same seriousness and drive as you do with all the other ambitions you have for your life and the lives of people you care about. Call your local, state, and federal officials. Write letters, emails, tweets, FB messages. Do not give up if they don’t respond. Never stop pestering them. Hold them accountable. If you are an artist, you have an obligation to society to translate, empathize, and demonstrate the way forward. Do not discount politics because it is unpopular and unglamorous. Now is the time to make it as vital and necessary to our livelihoods as breathing and creating. Everything in art has an agenda, even when it inherently does not. (2/3)

How can you start? You can start by donating to organizations like ACLU Nationwide and Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law that work tirelessly to protect the marginalized and […]

November 10, 2016

Okay America, I cannot stay silent any longer. Before I start, I need to admit I did not do all I could this election. I voted for Hillary but stayed in the sidelines when it came time to rally support around her. I shied away from proclaiming my political inclinations while gaping at the atrocious comments of idiocracy from the safety of my iPhone. I glowered ignorantly in my New York bubble under the assumptions that the inherent decency and goodness of humans would prevail. I was in denial about being part of the problem but I cannot and will not sit out any longer. On November 9th, 2016, I woke the fuck up. Everyday we toil for ourselves, our families, and our futures. Why is it that when it comes to the political process, so many of us choose to tune out? While I do my civic duty to vote, I do not engage. And that is inherently hypocritical when laws and policies govern our rights and livelihoods. We must devote as much time and energy to engaging in government as we do to working towards our goals. We will feel small in the face of a giant impenetrable machine but as we saw this week, each and one of us can add up to make a real difference. There is strength in numbers and strength in coming together. You alone cannot change this country but by joining up in arms with your neighbors, brothers, sisters, you can change the planet burning, other-hating, venomous and reckless course we are on. (1/3)

Okay America, I cannot stay silent any longer. Before I start, I need to admit I did not do all I could this election. I voted for Hillary but stayed […]

November 10, 2016

@natakerm positively radiant as she inspires the next generation of #directors #writers last thu #thefutureisfemale #womendirectors

@natakerm positively radiant as she inspires the next generation of #directors #writers last thu #thefutureisfemale #womendirectors

November 7, 2016
Cidney Hue | 2016 November
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