Recap: TueNight Live: Photos From Our #DayofAction

All photos by Neil Kramer

On September 17, National Constitution and Citizenship Day, we gathered in Brooklyn for a truly impactful #DayofAction. With our friends from Feed Our Democracy, and essays curated by Sloane Davidson of Hello Neighbor, we listened to TueNighters share their stories while raising thousands of dollars for Hello Neighbor, an organization that helps new refugees settle in the U.S. via mentorship programs.

Here are some photos from a fantastic evening of doing good.

Our storytellers and hosts (left to right): Carla Zanoni, Penelope Codrington, Sloane Davidson. Cara Raich, Margit Detweiler, Benish Shah and Nathalie Molina Niño
Prepping for a night full of honest storytelling and benefitting a great cause. With snacks and wine, of course.
A beautiful crowd assembled at Industrious Brooklyn
Margit kicks things off
Sloane Davisdson
giving us a joyful rundown of the great work she does as founder and CEO of Hello Neighbor.
Our first storyteller of the night, Penelope Codrington speaking about her childhood.
Carla Zanoni regaling us with her story of identity as a Latina.
Benish Shah discussing a middle school mishap and became her sister’s hero.
Intermission and a chance to catch up with friends old and new.
Nathalie Molina Niño sharing her story with us all.
Our last speaker Cara Raich was about to get her American citizenship in just a few days.
We wrote postcards to refugees welcoming them, and notes to our president, asking him to do more for them.

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It’s always a fulfilling, hilarious, thought-provoking night at a TueNight Live! Thanks to all our sponsors — Ruth Ann Harnisch, Hint, Industrious, My Financial Planner, R&D FOods and #TueNighters! Thanks for coming out and see you next time!

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