NYU CMEP enhances the NYU experience by fostering a more inclusive, aware and socially just community. CMEP accomplishes this by:
- Fostering DIALOGUE that explores issues of identity, diversity and social justice.
- Supporting the diverse NYU COMMUNITY in their personal, professional and academic lives.
- Creating educational initiatives and campus-wide programming that ENGAGE the NYU community.
- Cultivating allies and advocates to create and promote positive CHANGE.
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Trap Music Orchestra
Thursday, February 23rd • 8:30 - 10:00 PM • Kimmel 914
The Trap Music Orchestra exists to revive the aesthetic of The Big Band Era of the early 1900s with a sound that synchronizes orchestral arrangements, jazz harmonies, and the rhythm and spirit of trap music.
These influences, including Thad Jones, Hector Berlioz, and Future, result in an experience of black music culture that brings the people back to the dance room.
Beginning with arrangements of classics from artists such as Rich Boy, Gucci Mane, Migos, and Travis Scott, TMO is working on an opus of original songs, entitled “Nickels and Dimes”, capturing the essence of African-American music from all eras, and injecting them with their signature 808-and-trumpet-shake-driven sound.
Graduate Students of Color & Allies Socials
Thursday, February 23 • 7:00 - 8:00 PM • Sunita Bar • 106 Norfolk St #2
Connect with graduate students of color and their allies from across the campus community!
Events Beyond MLK Week
Social justice doesn't end when MLK Week does - if you're interested in similar events beyond the week in February, check out the Calendar of Events to see what's going on around you!