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Saturday, November 21, 2015
LuLu LoLo as Joan of Arc: A Circular Monument Honoring Women

Michael Parenti Book Presentation


LuLu LoLo as Joan of Arc

Where are the Women?
A Call for Monuments of Women In New York City 

Comment and Post Nominations on Facebook


Instragram: thelululolo

A Street-Level Search for Women to Put on a Manhattan Pedestal

Photo: David Gonzalez

Read David Gonzalez's column in The New York Times: A Street-Level Search for Women to Put on a Manhattan Pedestal


Listen in to LuLu LoLo on WBAI Talk Back New York, We, and Thee Edition With  John McDonagh, Corey Kilgannon, and Suzanna Geraghty discussing  the lack of monuments to women

Our conversation begins around 17:40 but check out the entire show it's great: http://nuarchive.wbai.org/mp3/wbai_151111_100003talkbackNYW.mp3


Photo: Keka Marzagao
Costume and Prop Design: Ramona Ponce

LuLu LoLo as Joan of Arc of 14th Street
Asks “Where are the Women?”
A Call for Monuments of Women in New York City

Art in Odd Places 2015: RECALL
Curated by Kendal Henry and Sara Reisman
Founder/Director Ed Woodham

LuLu LoLo as Joan of Arc of 14th Street calls attention to the lack of public monuments honoring women in New York City, highlighting the disgraceful inequality of 150 monuments honoring men as opposed to only 5 honoring women.

Lulu LoLo will invite the public to pose with a placard proclaiming their choice of a woman who deserves a permanent monument in New York City during these times:

Saturday, October 10th and Sunday, October 11th, 2015
1:00-1:30 pm at the Jeanne d’ Arc apartment building 200 West 14th Street at 7th Ave.
1:30-2:00 pm March on North side of 14th Street from 7th Avenue to Union Square Park
2:00-2:30 pm Southwest corner of Union Square at14th Street and University Place
2:30-3:00 pm at Gandhi Statue Southwest corner of Union Square Park

AiOP Opening Reception: Friday, October 9th
• 5:00 - 8:00pm at Pedro Albizu Campos Plaza14th Street between Avenues B & C

The public’s choices and images will be posted:
Facebook: wherearethewomenmonuments
Twitter: @FabLuLuLoLo
Instagram: thelululolo


Untapped Cities, Guide to 2015 Art in Odd Places NYC on 14th Street by AFineLynn

Aiop 2015: Recall Thinker in Residence: Mary Ting

Bowery Boogie, Art in Odd Places, ‘RECALLed’ at The Lodge Gallery (RECAP) by Lori Greenberg

Aiop 2015 : RECALL Thinker in Residence: Quinn Dukes

Town & Village Blog, Art in Odd Places explores event’s past and changes along 14th Street by Sabina Mollot


Vito Marcantonio Forum Celebrates Pope Francis’ Visit and Italian American Culture Month with a People’s Pilgrimage to East Harlem

Marcantonio and Immigration
Thursday, October 15, from 2:00 to 3:30, @ CUNY’s Hostos Community College, Bronx, NY.

This will be the Vito Marcantonio Forum’s 3rd program at Hostos: the focus for this program is Marcantonio and Immigration. Presenting: Prof. Gerald Meyer, LuLu LoLo Pascale, and Roberto Ragone. Hostos Community College, 500 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451

Michael Parenti Book Presentation
Saturday, October 31, from 2:00 to 4:00 @ NYPL’s Mulberry Branch Library

Michael Parenti Book Presentation

VMF will present a symposium on Waiting for Yesterday (Bordighera Press), Michael Parenti’s memoir of growing up in Italian Harlem. Speakers will include: author Stephen Siciliano and dramatizations by activist, actor and marketing expert, Roberto Ragone and life-long East Harlem resident performance artist, LuLu LoLo Pascale. The format encourages audience participation. NYPL Mulberry St., 10 Jersey St, New York, NY 10012 The Vito Marcantonio Forum (VMF) is an educational organization dedicated to preserving the history of the radical political tradition of East Harlem, the cultural backdrop of Italian Harlem and El Barrio and increasing awareness of the American Labor Party that Marcantonio led for years; and the critical role of the Left that rallied to Marcantonio.

For more information, visit the Vito Marcantonio Forum

Video: The Vito Marcantonio Forum Symposium on Michael Parenti book “Waiting for Yesterday..Pages From a Street Kid’s Life” Moderated by Gil Fagiani with appearances by Stephen Siciliano, LuLu LoLo Pascale, Roberto Ragone and Michael Parenti



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