In the midst of an era fueled by generalizations and incendiary rhetoric, how do we share immigrants’ stories in a way that is reflective and representative of their complexity and humanity? We the News aims to amplify these unique stories via a physical newsstand.

Through a series of story circles, immigrants will be able to share their diasporic experiences and anecdotes of their rituals and traditions. Each story circle will be documented in a zine shared at the We the News newsstand.

See us next at:

August 4th, 1-6:00 pm

Pioneer Works
159 Pioneer Street
Red Hook, Brooklyn

August 19th, 12-5:00 pm

Black Love Fest 
Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art
and Storytelling

898 St Nicholas Ave,
New York, NY

August 25th, 2-6:00 pm

Jenkin Johnson Projects 
207 Ocean Ave,

A project created by Lizania Cruz in collaboration with BAJI, with support from The Laundromat Project