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Hispanic food, music, and panel discussion featured. Open to JCC students and staff.

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The film chronicles the efforts of former U.S. Homeland Security special agent Tim Ballard to rescue children from child sex tourism.

JCC alumna Jenny Ewing, a member of Operation Underground Railroad, an organization investigating and uncovering human trafficking, will introduce the film.

 

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JCC associate professor of art Yu Kanazawa outlines the printmaking process which produced several works in the American Scene exhibition.

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Open to JCC students and faculty, the session provides an opportunity to interact with renowned photographer Chris Linder.

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Linder uses photography to educate and inspire people about science and conservation.

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Celebrate nature during JCC's annual Earth Day festival. Featuring Jeff Musial's exotic animal show, displays, ecofriendly products, and more.

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Pianist James Welch, a SUNY Fredonia music faculty member, will discuss and perform major classical piano works.

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Pianist James Welch performs a solo recital.

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The JCC Uncommoners perform the award-winning Broadway musical about Baltimore in the 1960s.

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Neil Rizos, whose exhibition The Art of Exploration is on display at the Roger Tory Peterson Institute, will lead the workshop.

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