James Reade Venable

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NYC Teachers Were Right
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Location: New York, NY
Nationality: American
Biography: James Reade Venable ( b. 1978, USA) is a photographer based in New York City and Brussels. He is the 2x winner of London Photo Festival's Monthly Competitions His photos have been published in several publications including F-Stop, Black +... MORE
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NYC Teachers Were Right
Copyright James Reade Venable 2022
Updated Jan 2021
Topics Activism, Community, COVID-19, Documentary Photography, Editorial, Education, Epidemics, Fear, Health/Healing, Illness, New York, NYC Department Of Education, Pandemics, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Protest, Reporting, School/College, Students, Teachers
In September, Teachers from PS 63 in the Lower East Side of Manhattan marched against the NYC Dept. of Education's decision to open schools to in-person learning. With the support of Mayor DeBlasio and many Department heads, they greenlighted the decision. Teachers voiced there concerns about the safety of the schools, themselves, and concern for their students. Protests took off across the city, and the march by PS 63 was one of them. In hindsight, it now looks like the NYC Dept. of education and the Mayor should have listened.

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