The People’s Cultural Plan shares a list of demands in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including housing as a human right and free public education.
On August 1, 2019, the de Blasio administration launched its “Create NYC Action Plan” to celebrate the progress they have made since launching New York City’s first Cultural Plan in 2017. But how much progress has really been made?
Community control of cultural institutions, which would replace board members, could reshape cultural life in the United States.
The artists and activists behind the People’s Cultural Plan offer actionable steps to precede the City’s Immigration Summit for Cultural Organizations.
The artists and activists who created “The People’s Cultural Plan,” a community-first alternative to New York City’s official Cultural Plan, offer solutions to the latter’s many problems and blindspots.