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Defining Philanthropy

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We’re thrilled to present our latest honoree video, created on the occasion of the 2014 Dubin Breast Center Gala last week. This year’s gala honored Nina and Gary Wexler, who have gone above and beyond with their donation of Gary’s stunning photography to make the Center more beautiful and serene. Fly on the Wall works year-round to tell the stories…

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Kickstart us?

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Show your support. For the first time, we’re looking at Japanese American internment during World War II as a multi-generational story. For the children and grandchildren of the thousands of Japanese Americans held in concentration camps, the memory continues to evoke pain, shame and confusion–so much so that it is rarely even discussed. For the Sake of the Children follows the journey of four generations of Japanese Americans, grappling…

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PHOTOS: Into the Operating Room

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Last week, we went into the operating room with Dr. Port, the co-director of the Dubin Breast Center of the Tisch Cancer Institute at the Mount Sinai Hospital. Loved by her patients and highly respected by her colleagues, Dr. Port has helped to shape the mission and vision of the Dubin Breast Center. Fly on the Wall Productions is producing three new videos…

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Leading the Way to a Cure for Autism

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Hailing from Turkey, Dr. Dilek Colak is a distinguished pioneer in the field of neurodevelopmental disease research. As a postdoctoral associate at the Jaffrey Lab at Weill Cornell Medical College, she and her team have successfully discovered the trigger for most forms of autism and intellectual disabilities. Dr. Colak has been selected as a finalist in life sciences for the…

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The Breach in the Berlin Wall

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Together with the world, we’re celebrating the 25th anniversary of the first day the Berlin Wall opened for passage between East and West Germany and united a city torn apart by the Communist era. This important historical era marks a cornerstone of Fly on the Wall principal James Nubile’s distinguished career as a photographer. Above, a snapshot Jay captured in…

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VIDEO: Morehouse’s Sixth President

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We are pleased to share one of our brand new fall videos. Morehouse School of Medicine, located in Atlanta, Georgia, is an institution with a storied history and an important social mission. In addition to improving the health and well-being of individuals and communities, Morehouse School of Medicine aims to increase the diversity among the nation’s health professionals and create…

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Wolves of the Lab

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Scientists are kind of like wolves. We like to work really hard. We’re very independent, almost by nature. We love to push it as far as we can all by ourselves. Clearly, a lone wolf can do one thing, but it’s a pack that can do the most. And that’s what we’ve become. We’ve become basically a pretty harmonized, well-functioning…

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Our United Nations Debut

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As the 69th annual General Assembly kicked off at the United Nations this past Monday, so did a critical initiative of the New York Academy of Sciences. The Academy’s Global STEM Alliance, an unprecedented, one-of-a-kind partnership of governments, companies, schools and NGOs will “rally global engagement and acceleration of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education worldwide,” according to the Academy’s website. The…

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9/11

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On the 13th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, we remember those who perished and honor those who survived. We acknowledge with our sincerest gratitude and respect those who put themselves in harm’s way to save lives. Your deep sense of community and patriotism remains with us and continues to inspire and motivate us everyday. We are forever proud to…

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