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    The novel tells the story of a half-Indigenous woman named Jade who feels alienated from the other people in her small town.

  • Apr 30 | WQXR Celebrates Earth Day with Juilliard

    Juilliard students across disciplines – music, dance, and drama – join forces to create a unique and unforgettable artistic “open house.” For this special performance these young artists explore themes of nature and the environment in celebration of Earth Day.

  • May 1 | Global Movements, Local Impacts: An Evening with WNYC + BBC Newshour

    Join WNYC reporter Arun Venugopal, BBC Newshour host Nuala McGovern, BBC Assistant Editor Heba Ayoub, and Director of the MPI office at New York University School of Law Muzaffar Chishti for a conversation that takes you beyond the headlines on immigration and migrants and into a deeper understanding of what’s happening in our community and around the world, and how governments might best address the challenges. We’ll also get behind the scenes of the BBC Newshour’s coverage internationally and WNYC’s locally, and take your questions as well.

  • May 6 | WQXR Celebrates AAPI Heritage with the Metropolitan Opera

    WQXR celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month with a concert in The Greene Space! The evening will include AAPI artists from the Metropolitan Opera singing familiar repertoire and musical selections that reflect their own heritage. We’ll also hear a tribute to Hei-Kyung Hong and discuss portrayals of Asian characters in classic operas such as Madama Butterfly and Turandot, as well as in more contemporary works.