Top: Nadia Gaskins, who all her friends call "Navi," and Kelvin Hernandez. Bottom: Janae Hyatt and Clifford White. Contributed Photos.
Noé Jimenez painting one of the four images that make up the street mural on Central Avenue. Arturo Pineda Photos.
Daniel Carbajal practicing with Leo Burke. Arturo Pineda Photos.
A still image of the video provided by Dana Karwas.
Natalia Katz dance to Panchama by Beautiful Chorus as part of an Earth Day Peace Celebration in front of the Amistad Memorial. Arturo Pineda Photos.
A screenshot of classwork from Carolina Fernandez's bilingual class. Picture courtesy of Carolina Fernandez.
Lucy Gellman Photos.
Screenshots via Zoom.
Arturo Pineda photos. Screenshot via Zoom.
Screenshots from YouTube.
Three of the guiding principles demonstrated in the theatre skit, "You don't worry alone, give permission to feel, and be kind to ourselves and others". Screenshot via Zoom.
The URU The Right to Be Inc. banner hangs outside of the New Haven Fire Department's (NHFD) Grand Avenue headquarters and reads "As a leader in your community, your friends and family believe what you say and follow your example." Arturo Pineda Photos.
Excessive Use by Vanessa Giraldos. Photo Courtesy of the New Haven Pride Center.
The sampler package provided to viewers at home included za'atar rolls and keyk kadoo from Sanctuary Kitchen and a honey tart from Huneebee Project. Photo courtesy of Atticus Market.
Panelist from the Unapologetically Radical event. Top Row: Brittany Cooper and Tyler McElrath. Bottom Row: Nico Wheadon. Screenshot from Zoom.
Target Practice XIII, 2019 by Barbara Marks. Photo courtesy of Artspace.
Marin Korenaga: “I think singing really helped me." The photo below shows her at a pre-pandemic concert with the musician Masie Peters, who she identified as a role model. Photos Courtesy of Marin Korenaga.
Panelists from The LAB @ Long Wharf Theatre via YouTube screenshot. Pictured Top Row (Left to Right): Salwa Abdussabur, Isaac Bloodworth, and Onyeka Obiocha. Bottom Row (Left to Right): Ro Godwynn and Nico Wheadon.
Dr. Marietta Vázquez answering questions from the panelists during a virtual town hall.
Nicdaniel Charles drew a fleet of blue eighth notes on a makeshift music scale. In a glowing one-inch box beside him, Mia Rivera watched carefully. Her pink headphones glinted above her matching pink t-shirt. A few boxes away, Lysha Owuor tracked the notes one by one as they appeared. Charles looked away from the score and peered into the screen.
A screenshot of panelists from YouTube. Top Row: AJ Hudson, Hamzah Jhaveri, and a sign language interpreter. Bottom Row: Arien Wilkerson and Adrian Huq.
Melissa Sands, the art teacher at the school formerly known as Christopher Columbus Family Academy (CCFA), on a video lesson with retired CCFA teacher, Carmen Conyer interpreting. Screenshot courtesy of Sands.