Watch BronxTalk tonight at 9PM to see the BDC’s short documentary on healthcare in the Bronx! This 18-month project was shot with the help of Bronx high school students.
And join us this Thursday, June 5th at 7PM for a healthcare discussion hosted by WNYC Reporter Amanda Aronczyk. It will be an evening of radio, photos and video as WYNC shares their findings on health and healthcare reform in the city’s fastest changing borough - The Bronx. The event will include a roundtable discussion with photojournalists, an “Ask the doctor” Q&A segment and a chat with special guest author Johanna Fernandez who is currently completing a book on the Young Lords. RSVP for the free event HERE.
BDC’s Co-Founder Danielle Jackson will speak tonight on a panel, “How to Run a Successful Kickstarter Campaign”, moderated by Stephanie Pereira, Director, Art Program at Kickstarter.
Over the past five years, Kickstarter has been used to fund over 8700 creative projects in New York, activating new spaces, supporting innovative programming, and building community. Join us on Thursday, April 24 for a panel discussion about several NYC-based projects that have run successful campaigns. They’ll share their experiences, lessons learned, and tips for raising funds through Kickstarter. Bring your questions!
What: How to Run a Successful Kickstarter Campaign
When: Thursday, April 24
Time: 6:30pm Doors
7-9pm Panel Discussion
Where: Kickstarter Headquarters (58 Kent Street, Greenpoint BK 11222)
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Thank you for making our campaign a success!
More than 416 people raised $34,977 on Kickstarter. Thank you to everyone who shared our campaign on email, Facebook and Twitter. and to those of you who supported us offline by sending checks. The BDC is a 501(c)3 non-profit and we thrive on the generosity of individuals donors like you.
Still would like to make a tax-deductible contribution? Go to bronxdoc.org/donate or send a check to “Bronx Documentary Center.”