The Abraham Lincoln Brigade ArchivesPromoting Social Activism and the Defense of Human Rights
A commemorative celebration marking the 78th anniversary of the Spanish Civil War and remembering the courageous volunteers of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade.
*The online bidding section of ALBA's auction will close on 12/9 at noon. It will then continue during the Benefit Party, closing at 9pm
Starts with an insiders tour of the newly inaugurated Puffin Gallery for Social Activism
Reception begins at 6:45 PM (includes open wine bar).
Join ALBA for a night of tapas, sangria, and a screening of the West End musical that received rave reviews
A night of cabaret & tapas featuring a screening of Carlos Saura's 1990, award-winning film ¡Ay, Carmela!
"At crucial times, when governments fail, citizens risk their freedom to keep freedom alive."
Please join us as we honor United We Dream for their courageous work in support of progressive immigration reform!
Features the presentation of the fourth ALBA/Puffin Award for Human Rights Activism to Bryan Stevenson
Commemorating the Abraham Lincoln Brigade and presenting the ALBA/Puffin Award for Human Rights Activism to the Association for the Recovery of Historical Memory in Spain
A commemorative celebration marking the 79th anniversary of the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War
Featuring the presentation of the ALBA/Puffin Award to Proactiva Open Arms
This year's recipient was the The Immigration Justice Campaign
Eunice Lipton discusses her latest book A Distant Heartbeat: A War, a Disappearance, and a Family's Secrets in conversation with Tim Teeman, Culture Editor at The Daily Beast.
This year's winner of the Harry Randall Award for Best Documentary is Polo Menárguez for Winter in Europe .
A discussion with William Loren Katz and Josephine Nelson Yurek.
Two of the most interesting women of their generation present us to their network of friends
The Aura of the Cause: A Photo Album for North American Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War was curated by Cary Nelson and first opened in Toronto in 1997.
Events in the Bay Area from September through October 2016 commemorating the Spanish Civil War
With the authors Marc Aronson & Marina Budhos, moderated by Mercedes Gallego.
Please join us for brunch and a conversation with Juan González, one of the nation’s best-known Latino journalists and co-host of Democracy Now!
Featuring unseen documentaries from Impugning Impunity: ALBA's Human Rights Documentary Film Festival
Please join the NY ALBA community for a brunch and conversation with award-winning author Tim Weiner to reflect on 2016 and the year to come.
Leslie Cagan has worked in peace and justice movements for more than 50 years.
This unique exhibit will political life on campus in the 1930s, the impact of the Spanish Civil War, and the debates and confrontations there.
Hear the history of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade and Spanish resistance to fascism
Facing Fascism: New York and the Spanish Civil War, examined the city as a locus of political discourse and engagement during a critical period in world history.
Discussion with Sebastiaan Faber, Professor of Hispanic Studies at Oberlin College and Chair of ALBA's Board of Governors, to follow.
The story of the recovery of the 4,500 negative taken by photographers Robert Capa, Gerda Taro, and David Seymour during the Spanish Civil War.
Organized and funded by Etxepare Basque Institute, with the collaboration of Filmoteca Vasca, the Ministry of Culture of Spain-ICAA, and Spain Culture New York-Consulate General of Spain, member organization of Spain Arts & Culture.
A folk concert to benefit an exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York.
Come celebrate the release of the new album For Those Who Came After: Songs of Resistance from the Spanish Civil War by Barbez and Velina Brown.
Reading and discussion of ALBA Board Chair Emeritus Peter N. Carroll's latest publication From Guernica to Human Rights (Kent State).
The Anthology Film Archives presented a program of Henri Cartier-Bresson's films.
Historian Angel Viñas in conversation with James Fernández, ALBA Board Vice-Chair and Professor of Spanish and Portugues at NYU.
Harry Randall Award: The 2015 jury is composed of Rachel Anderson, Gael García Bernal, Francisco Goldman, Patricio Guzmán, and Sam Sills.
The festival is co-sponsored by The Puffin Foundation, The Center for Constitutional Rights, San Francisco Veterans for Peace and Icarus Films.
A conversation with Eunice Lipton, author of the memoir A Distant Heartbeat
FOLKSTAGE on WFMT 98.7, live radio, Chicago area
Features a round-table discussion on the politics of immigration with the award recipients alongside prominent civic leaders and activists.
Features a conversation on history, race, and justice between Bryan Stevenson and activist actor Mike Farrell
Join ALBA for a conversation on Democracy and Memory in Spain with Emilio Silva, Emma Daly, and Pablo de Greiff.
Join ALBA for a conversation on investigative reporting with Lydia Cacho and Jeremy Scahill
Featuring a conversation on mass migration and international solidarity with award recipient Oscar Camps and Communications Director at Human Rights Watch Emma Daly.
Dedicated on March 30, 2008, the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Monument, 40 feet long and 8 feet high, is located near the Vaillancourt Fountain on the Embarcadero.
Rosenblum’s work registers the impact on ordinary people — particularly children — of some of the major events of the twentieth century.
Award-winning author Adam Hochschild presents his new book Spain in Our Hearts: Americans in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939.
Peter N. Carroll explores changing attitudes about the Spanish Civil War
Betty Medsger, journalist and author will explore the long and controversial history of the U.S. government's surveillance of its own citizens.
Adam Hochschild, journalist and acclaimed author will present his latest book, Spain in Our Hearts.
Mona Hanna-Attisha, author of the New York Times bestseller “What the Eyes Don’t See” will present the annual Susman Lecture at Wayne State University.
Adam Hochschild, journalist and acclaimed author, will present his latest book, Spain in Our Hearts.
Dr. Mark Bray (Dartmouth College), author of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook will present the annual Susman Lecture at Wayne State University.
Brigadistas and Refugees: Crossing Borders With Capa’s Mexican Suitcase
With Sebastiaan Faber, James. D. Fernández, Susie Linfield, Jordana Medelson, and Juan Salas
Mario Martín Gijón will present his new book La Resistencia franco-española (1936-1950) in conversation with Germán Labrador
They Still Draw Pictures presents and comments on children’s drawings produced in wartime with a particular focus on the Spanish Civil War.
They Still Draw Pictures: Children's Art in Wartime from the Spanish Civil War to Kosovo, curated by Anthony Geist and Peter Carroll