37 Voices: Immigrant Stories on Economic Mobility
About this Event
37 VOICES is composed of interviews with NJ residents in the ALICE threshold (Asset Limited Income Constrained, Employed) – those who make too much money to qualify for federal assistance, but are unable to save against the high cost of living in NJ.
This evening’s performance will feature monologues based on interviews featuring recent immigrants in and around Newark and a panel discussion with Rose Cuison-Villazor, Gaiutra Bahadur, and Joanne Hala. The event will also feature work on the 37 Voices project by Newest Americans resident photographer Ed Kashi/VII and insights by writers Shana Russell and Mary Ann Koruth.
Parking – The Hahne & Co. parking garage, located on the basement level and entered on New Street, provides limited parking for an hourly fee. Other parking options include metered street parking or private garages or lots on Washington Street and Halsey Street.
Public Transportation – There is a NJ Transit bus stop at Broad and New Streets. Newark Penn Station is less than 1 mile away for access to NJ Transit, PATH, and Amtrak trains. Broad Street Station is 1/2 mile away for access to NJ Transit trains. Via Newark Light Rail, both Military Park and Washington Street Stations are close by.
Accessibility – The Hahne & Co. building and all spaces in Express Newark are accessible via elevator. If you are arriving via car and need access to Express Newark from the parking garage please contact the building at 973.353.0791 and they will arrange to meet you.
Free and open to all. Refreshments will be provided.
Photos: Ed Kashi/VII