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Blunt Conversations

What Does It Mean To Live In My Own Place?

Making Policy Public

What Does It Mean To Live In My Own Place?

Bail's Set... What's Next?

Public Access Design

Bail's Set... What's Next?

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The Newtown Creek BOA

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For the first feature in CUP’s series spotlighting our educational collaborators, Meet the Teaching Artist, we sat down with teaching artist Gabe Gordon! Gabe grew up far-sighted in Cleveland, Ohio. Fascinated by postal systems and mail objects, Gabe’s work and ... more

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We’re happy to announce our latest Making Policy Public jury! This year we are joined by Reem Ramadan, Kelli Anderson, Simone Noronha, and Shelby Chestnut (clockwise, from top left).

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We’re delighted to announce our latest Public Access Design jury, who will help us select our Public Access Design collaborations for the Fall 2019! This year we are joined by Alia Hassan, Julian Morales, Anthonine Pierre, and Alyna Citrin (clockwise, from top left).

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This year, we’re asking our community to help us raise money for a summer Urban Investigation on NYPD conspiracy laws. Join our campaign team today and support high school students investigating NYPD conspiracy laws. 

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We are thrilled to announce the five talented designers chosen by our jury as finalists for the 2019 CUP Fellowship for Change in Design! While we can only choose one designer to work with for the year, we’re showcasing all of our finalists in the spirit of ... more

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We’re now accepting applications for the 2019 CUP Teaching Artist Fellowship! The CUP Teaching Artist Fellowship is an opportunity for NYC-based Teaching Artists to apply their art and design skills to contribute to social change. Eight Fellows will be selected for ... more

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Over the past year you’ve joined us in celebrating the tenth anniversary of our popular program, Making Policy Public. From an exhibit at The Drawing Center to the launch of several new tools for communities across the city, we’re honored to have collaborated ... more

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This May Day we’re celebrating workers the way we celebrate every day: by sharing and creating resources that communities can use to navigate and advocate for their rights! We’ve pulled some resources from our archives that uplift worker rights and worker ... more

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Recently we’ve collaborated with our community partners across the city to create visual tools that tackle issues from landlord harassment to immigration bond hearings to abusive policing. We’re proud to share our latest projects! Is Your Landlord Harassing ... more

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We pulled together an all-star group of jurors to help us select our next CUP Fellow for Change in Design! This year we are joined by Nicole Killian and Juan Carlos Pagan. Nicole Killian’s work investigates how the structures of the internet, mobile messaging, and ... more

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For Sexual Assault Awareness Month this April, we’re turning to our archives to share some tools you can use to spread awareness and advocate for change! Show Up! is a pocket-sized guide we created with Hollaback! that breaks down bystander intervention into ... more

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CUP is excited to announce the 2019 Public Access Design Fellows. The incoming group of designers and artists will work with CUP over the coming year, and learn about our participatory design methods. Several of the fellows will also get to collaborate with ... more

What Do Incarcerated Parents Need to Know About ACS?

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What Do Incarcerated Parents Need to Know About ACS?

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Making Policy Public

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I Heart East New York

Urban Investigations

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A Fair Chance

Making Policy Public

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What You Need To Know About ACS

Making Policy Public

What You Need To Know About ACS

Figuring Out Health Insurance

Making Policy Public

Figuring Out Health Insurance

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Making Policy Public

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