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Friday, April 29 • 10:00am - 8:00pm
CareForce Pop-Up

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Behind every person who needs care is a superhero team -- the CareForce. From our new mobile studio, the eye-catching, souped-up station wagon known as the CareForce One, we're creating and sharing augmented reality media from the front lines of a powerful movement led by caregivers fighting for domestic workers' rights, migrant dignity, and racial justice. For Creative Tech Week, the CareForce One hits the streets of NYC, turning into a pop-up storytelling venue, info hub and mini street party that brings domestic worker stories to life. Stop by for: The CareForce augmented reality experience to view and contribute your own stories about care and caregivers in your life Voices from the CareForce - featuring stories of caregivers and care-receivers. This collection of stories will help to transform personal experiences into a larger global movement that exemplifies the triumph, resiliency, and the trailblazing leadership of immigrant and minority women (and increasingly men as well). Domestic Worker Disco - Shake, shimmy, shuffle and sweep with us as we dance the CareForce Disco! Energizing and irresistible, this dance is for all body types/abilities and is collectively choreographed and performed by participants (passersby, workers, allies). Think stroller figure 8's, mop waltzing, and more!

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Studio REV-

Studio REV
A non-profit art organization, Studio REV- (as in, to "rev" an engine) combines bold ideas and sound research to produce creative media that impacts the lives of low-wage workers, immigrants, and women. We create opportunities and meet the information needs of specific communities by involving them in codesigning tools that communicate complex issues. Working closely with our clients, we strive to spark the public imagination by creating... Read More →



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