Expunge Criminal Records Expunge is “to erase or remove.” An expungement proceeding is a lawsuit determining if criminal convictions can be sealed. State laws vary regarding the specifics of expunging records. This applies to all crime records. Cannabis expungement is specific to marijuana related crimes. Expungement for Cannabis
So Pretty is a documentary-style narrative film loosely based on the German novel, So schön by Ronald M. Schernikau. It centers four LGTBQ youths in New York City who struggle to maintain their proto-utopian community. This film was screened at the Berlin film festival in 2019 and won several awards.
The COVID-19 pandemic has largely pulled our attention from another global crisis with equally devastating effects: climate change. Azra Hajdarevic and her sister Amra are small business owners who have made it their mission to raise awareness about and innovate solutions to climate change. With their company Terra & Co.
In 2019, I journeyed from Manhattan to Brooklyn to visit the Brooklyn Museum and absorb feminist art. When I arrived, I found the front lobby packed with visitors. There was a live band playing Mexican traditional music. Unknowingly, I had walked into Brooklyn Museum’s exhibit, Appearances Can Be Deceiving,
Cortney Connolly is an artist studying Collaborative Arts at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Cortney’s installation LUmkA was released on the 7th of July, 2020. Lumka 1.0 is a digital installment that spans from paintings to written work; LUmkA includes Cortknee’s Corner, a pioneering, genre-defying
Since March of 2020, students across the country have been absent from their classrooms. For the sake of health, safety, and social distancing, these students have been forced into remote learning. Additionally, in these last few months, racial injustices have made a resurgence within mainstream media due to continued police
OutSet: The Young Filmmakers Project operates in partnership with the Los Angeles LGBT Center, under the umbrella of Outfest, a LGBTQ+ annual film festival OutSet is a filmmaking program that empowers young LGBTQ+ creatives to tell their stories through film. Over the course of six months, creatives participated in a
Elegance Bratton’s film Pier Kids documents the lives of LGBTQ+ youth who spend much of their time socializing and surviving on the Christopher Street Pier in the West Village of New York City. Filmed over the course of three years, this documentary brilliantly captures the humanity, complexity, and community
In recent years, mainstream media has widened its scope to feature the stories and work of diverse, formerly marginalized voices. 2020 has embraced this momentum. These new works of televised art have granted viewers a sense of emotional reprieve in these uncertain times in a sense much deeper than escapism.
For the past several days, thousands of protestors in the United States and around the world have rallied in protest against the unjustifiable death of George Floyd. George Floyd, an unarmed black man, was killed in broad daylight while surrounded by four police officers, and his death was caught on