Free Swing Classes at Louis Armstrong Museum House – Saturday, August 24th 12:30pm

EIIC will join the Jazzmobile event on Saturday, August 24th at 12:30 PM at Louis Armstrong Museum House offering free swing classes by our Immigration Attorney, Shannon Fritts-Penniman.

The event will continue at 2 pm with a free jazz concert by Jumaane Smith Quartet and Jay Rodriguez’s Latin Swing Band.

Join this wonderful block party as we celebrate the music and history of our neighborhood.

* Tours of the Louis Armstrong Museum House will be offer 12 pm – 5 pm every 30 minutes, last tour at 4:30 pm

Adults: $12

Seniors (65 and older),
visitors with disabilities (caregivers free of charge), active duty military,
students, and children: $8

Group rate (8 or more)*: $7

Children under 5: Free

Members: Free

2019 Celtic Cruise

AOH, Division 7, New York County presents the Celtic Cruise in support of the Emerald Isle Immigration Center. The Celtic Cruise is ready to set sail on Wednesday June 12 from Chelsea Piers at 6:00 p.m. sharp, returning at 10:00 p.m. Admission price of only $125 , dockside $135. For more information, or to make a reservation, please contact Eva 718-478-5502 ext 216 or email eva@eiic.org.

You can also make a reservation through the Celtic Charity website here.

  • Dinner
  • Music
  • 4 Bands (Celtic Cross, Celtic Blend featuring Eddie Boles & Friends, Cunningham Brothers Band, and The Shay Mac Band.)
  • Unlimited open bar

This has consistently been a great night in support of  a great cause for an incredibly reasonable cost thanks to corporate contributions, liquor donations, raffle ticket sales, etc.

There will be a return bus available from our EIIC Woodlawn office. Bus will depart from the office at 4.45pm. Please contact our Woodlawn office for reservations 718.324.3039. A return bus will also be available for anyone coming from Breezy Point. The bus will depart Rockaway stores at 3:30 p.m. Please contact Gary Tully for reservations for Breezy bus garyjtully@gmail.com

Rights, Camera, Action!

This free screening and panel discussion features videos produced by emerging women activists of immigrant backgrounds through a media workshop held at MoMI in July of 2018, in which participants collaborated with community leaders and filmmakers to learn how to use image, sound and editing to create short videos on the theme of social change. Panelists JT Takagi and Betty Bastidas, both filmmakers and activists, will discuss the process of participatory filmmaking as a strategy for social justice.

This event celebrates 30 years of service at Emerald Isle Immigration Center and 50 years of radical film-making at Third World Newsreel.

Rights, Camera, Action!
Short Docs by Women Activists

Friday, October 19, 6:00 p.m.
Museum of the Moving Image – Redstone Theater

Admission is free. Please RSVP here.
Tickets for the screening will be given out first-come, first-served on the day of the screening at the MoMI admission desk.