Queer Union is a home for queer students at NYU, especially those who are seeking to improve their university so that it, too, can feel more like home.
NYU Divest for Climate Justice / Decarbonize NYU is a coalition of students, faculty, alumni and staff holding NYU to its stated goals of sustainability by emancipating our university from fossil fuels.
Samantha Galarza is a queer, mixed-race, Puerto Rican, SAG-AFTRA actress/writer/singer/performance artist/educator/director/professional ranter.
Sprout Up NYC provides free, youth-led environmental education programs to 1st and 2nd grade classrooms in public schools throughout New York City.
The Food and Racial Equity (F.A.R.E.) Collective is a space for self-identified students of color in the Food Studies MA program at NYU.
Martin Medina is the founder of WhyNotCare.org, and LES United Festival. His original artwork appears in window eleven, accompanying a poem by LeConte Dill.
Mark Read is an artist, educator, and activist based in Brooklyn, New York. He was the conceptual and coordinating artist, and chief plant wrangler, for this show.
Micheal Hooker is an arts-based psychology writer, bee advocate, and performance artist currently enrolled in the MA Arts Politics Program at Tisch NYU.
Mary Notari is in school, learning to be a technologist to try and solve problems caused by the destruction of our land and our connection to it.
Born and raised in the Philippines, Laura Cabochan is a social practice artist and scholar.
LUCHA (Latinos Unidos Con Honor y Amistad) strives to unify, educate and empower Latinos within NYU as well as our respective communities.