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Appearances

From June 1 to June 16, 2024, visit Brooklyn Bridge Park to experience EHRP's labor project with Mother Jones and Magnum Foundation in person. The installation, “Can American Labor Seize the Moment?”, derives from earlier this year when EHRP-supported photojournalists documented the

Executive director Alissa Quart joined journalist Jia Tolentino at an EHRP fundraiser in Brooklyn to discuss our organization’s mission to support independent journalists as well as to read from our anthology, Going for Broke. Attendees included renowned editors and journalists from publications

On May 4, 2024, Senior Editor Deborah Jian Lee spoke at Harvard Divinity School about how EHRP uses fresh storytelling to reimagine the American Dream and to explain systemic hardship.  

Our executive director Alissa Quart and EHRP fellow and contributors Hamilton Nolan, Kim Kelly, and Sarah Jaffe appeared on panels at a labor journalism conference hosted by University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School and Rutgers University. Quart also gave a lecture to students

On April 29, 2024, Executive Director Alissa Quart discussed EHRP and her latest book, Bootstrapped, at an event hosted by the former Deputy Mayor of Boston — Joyce Linehan’s salon — which drew roughly 70 people including local politicos and

On April 25, 2024, EHRP executive director Alissa Quart’s documentary poem “Clinic,” published by EHRP and Literary, was included in a Penn Reproductive Justice exhibition held on the University of Pennsylvania campus.

On April 16, 2024, The Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Film Festival screened Stripped for Parts: American Journalism on the Brink, an EHRP-supported documentary from Oscar-nominated filmmaker Rick Goldsmith. Watch the trailer to learn more about the hedge funds destroying local journalism across the

Alissa Quart and Anne Elizabeth Moore appeared together at the Bushel Collective in Delhi, New York, for a reading and discussion of the EHRP collection Going for Broke: Living on the Edge in the World’s Richest Country, which included an

Photojournalist Stacy Kranitz’s installation As it Was Give(n) to Me is on view at New York City’s CCProjects from April 11 to May 11, 2024,. The exhibit confronted the portrayal of poverty in American photography and features work from Kranitz’s

On March 16, 2024, EHRP executive director Alissa Quart spoke at Brooklyn Public Library about her latest book, Bootstrapped, and EHRP, alongside author and soon-to-be-EHRP-contributor Emi Nietfeld, a memoirist and former foster youth. Roughly 150 people attended the event.

At New York’s Symphony Space, we celebrated the life and legacy of EHRP co-founder Barbara Ehrenreich with a sold-out event featuring Latino USA’s Maria Hinojosa, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s Caroline Aaron, Tiny Beautiful Things’ Merritt Wever, The Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead, and other stars. The event was

Without Arrows, an EHRP-supported documentary from Jonathan Olshefski and Elizabeth Day, follows an indigenous grass dancer returning to his reservation and navigating his family’s legacy. It will make its world premiere at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival  in Missoula,

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