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Check the calendar to find out about events and activities in NYC that are part of the Arc of Resistance building up to the April 29th March on Washington for Climate, Jobs, and Justice.

If you are going to any of these activities, be sure to download our leaflet so you can make copies to distribute. If you are not able to make copies yourself please contact Maddie at mfzeif@gmail.com.

Also if you can leaflet at an event please email mfzeif@gmail.com as well so that we will know our numbers at each event.

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  • 350NYC Monthly Meeting
    19:00-21:00
    2017.03.01
    New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 W 64th St, New York, NY 10025, USA
    New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 W 64th St, New York, NY 10025, USA

    No additional details for this event.

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  • Fighting for Progress: An Activist Training
    18:00-20:00
    2017.03.02
    Lerner Hall Room 569, Columbia University, 2920 Broadway, NYC 10027
    Lerner Hall Room 569, Columbia University, 2920 Broadway, NYC 10027

    (RSVP Here, Share/Invite to our FB Event)

     

    Grassroots and progressive movements have their work cut out for them the next 4 years. With the incoming administration promising a new nuclear arms race and rollbacks of many progressive wins, we need to build movements prepared to defend what we’ve won and fight for our future.

     

    Global Zero is holding a training for community and student leaders in the NYC area to train on organizing skills, learn how to plug into our and our partners’ campaigns, and meet fellow activists. Please come and bring a friend!

     

    WHO: Global Zero & Local Partners

     

    WHEN: Thursday, Mar 2nd 6-8 PM

     

    WHERE: Lerner Hall Room 569, Columbia University, 2920 Broadway, NYC 10027

    (Check map here.)

     

    RSVP Here, Share/Invite to our FB Event

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  • Paint a parachute for PCM!
    18:00-20:00
    2017.03.03
    350 Moffat St, Brooklyn, NY 11237
    350 Moffat St, Brooklyn, NY 11237

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    Author and activist, David Solnitis in NYC to lead a banner-painting session for the upcoming People’s Climate March in DC, and to teach YOU how to paint more banners on your own. No prior skills required! As David says, “Everybody’s very capable and the movement needs you!”

    Be there by 6pm sharp for a 30-minute step-by-step demonstration, then help paint the parachute. Wear or bring painting clothes. Feel free to bring snacks or drinks to share. Preview David’s techniques with this video.

  • Benefit Concert for the April People’s Climate March with Annie Keating and Gabriel Mayers
    19:00-22:00
    2017.03.03
    Jalopy Theatre in Red Hook
    Jalopy Theatre in Red Hook

    Join 350NYC, Annie Keating (www.anniekeating.com), Gabriel Mayers (http://www.gabrielmayers.com/) the Radionics band (https://www.facebook.com/radionicsband/) & other musicians for a night of music and activism (petitions to sign, buses to sign up for), to benefit 350NYC (https://350nyc.org/). This inspiring evening at the magical Jalopy Theatre in Red Hook Brooklyn will raise money for buses to the climate march in D.C. on April 29th, featuring some of Brooklyn’s finest songwriters, bands and 350.org speakers. Find out what you can do to confront the Trump administration’s climate change denial and join the fight for CLIMATE JUSTICE. Together April 29th in Washington DC, march for jobs, justice and the climate. Get active in NYC sooner than this at this benefit concert in Brooklyn!

    $10.00
  • A BENEFIT CONCERT for 350NYC!
    19:00-23:00
    2017.03.03
    Jalopy Theatre – 315 Columbia Street, Brooklyn New York.
    Jalopy Theatre – 315 Columbia Street, Brooklyn New York.

    JOIN US and PLEASE spread the word! A benefit concert at Jalopy Theatre in Brooklyn to raise funds for 350NYC (for buses to the People’s Climate Movement April 29th march for jobs, justice and the climate in Washington D.C.)  Facebook event

    Join 350NYC, Annie Keating, Gabriel Mayers the Radionics band & other musicians for a night of music and activism (petitions to sign, buses to sign up for), to benefit 350NYC . This inspiring evening at the magical Jalopy Theatre in Red Hook Brooklyn will raise money for buses to the climate march in D.C. on April 29th, featuring some of Brooklyn’s finest songwriters, bands and 350NYC speakers. FACEBOOK Event Page

    DETAILS:      Jalopy Theatre – 315 Columbia Street, Brooklyn New York.  Subway & Directions go to this page and click on “directions”

    Friday, March 3rd Doors at 7pm, music until 11pm

    $15 for adults/$10 for students/kids (all door proceeds go to 350NYC)

    CAPACITY FOR THIS EVENT IS LIMITED so all TICKETS must be purchased IN ADVANCE at the Website for tickets/info

    Check out these amazing artists on the bill:                                                                                                                     Annie Keating trio (http://www.anniekeating.com)

    Gabriel Mayers (http://www.gabrielmayers.comThe Radionics band (https://www.facebook.com/radionicsband/)

    And Special guests Jan Bell from the Maybells and others TBA ….

    For more info, email the artist organizer Annie Keating info@anniekeating.com or contact Jalopy Theatre directly – 718-395-3214

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  • People’s March for Education Justice
    09:00-15:00
    2017.03.04
    Trump Hotel, 59th Street & Columbus Circle
    Trump Hotel, 59th Street & Columbus Circle

    On March 4, students, teachers, parents and community members across New York will come together in their local cities to speak up for education justice.

    It has been ten years since a New York court ruled in favor of a lawsuit lead by parents that New York State was failing to provide its children with the sound, basic education that is their constitutional right. A decade later, well over a million students are attending schools still owed over $4.3 billion in funding — nearly two-thirds of which is owed to Black and Brown students.

    Help us in demanding that Governor Cuomo fulfill his promise to stand up for all communities.

    https://www.facebook.com/events/856752357801161/

  • March 4th for Standing Rock
    13:00-16:00
    2017.03.04
    NYPL The New York Public Library
    NYPL The New York Public Library

    Six days before the national Rise with Standing Rock mobilization in Washington, DC, march on Trump Tower to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline and its threat to the Standing Rock Sioux, their sacred lands and clean water.

    We will rally at 1:00 pm, then march at 2:00. The march will begin in front of the New York Public Library and go to Trump Tower and beyond. Please sign in when you arrive!

    #March4StandingRock

    https://www.facebook.com/events/1364099990278287/

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  • St Pat’s for All!
    13:00-16:00
    2017.03.05

    Plan to join 350NYC Divestment team as we celebrate the historic vote by the government of Ireland to divest from fossil fuels at the St Pat’s for All parade in Queens. We’ll be calling upon the NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer to follow Ireland’s lead and divest NYC pension funds from fossil fuels. More details to come!   Get ready to get your green on! Contact: 350nyc@gmail.com

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  • Know Your Rights Training and BLM Poster Project Cierre!
    18:00-21:00
    2017.03.07
    570 W 159th St, New York, NY 10032-6902, United States
    570 W 159th St, New York, NY 10032-6902, United States

    Join Black Lives Matter NYC and Colectivo Amaranta for a Know Your Rights training on dealing with ICE and the NYPD, and the closing celebration of the #BLMposterproject (Black Lives Matter Poster Project*) at La Casa; a historical community space in Harlem.

    A total of fifteen portraits will be exhibited, including five new images, honoring people we have lost and their stories.

    6pm Doors Open

    6:30 – 8pm Know Your Rights Training with Bina Ahmad and Albert Saint-Jean from Black Alliance for Just Immigration, on the direct impact on Black immigrants in relation to ICE and NYPD.
    **Simultaneous interpretation into Spanish will be provided**

    8pm Colectivo Amaranta to speak briefly about #BLMposterproject and the five new portraits.

    Posters, t-shirts, and tote bags will be available for purchase all night to raise conciousness, and share visual and monetary support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

    All proceeds from the night will go to BLM NYC and #SwipeItForward Day of Action.

    *Colectivo Amaranta’s Black Lives Matter Poster Project is a collaboration of artists from around the country who have created portraits of Black Lives that have been lost to police or hate violence. We seek to expand visibility of the Black Lives Matter movement in our neighborhoods, where we live, work and spend time. Join us! Please take posters and post them in your communities!

  • Multi-Faith Gathering for Climate Justice
    18:30-21:00
    2017.03.07
    St Peter’s Lutheran Church, 619 Lexington Ave. NYC
    St Peter’s Lutheran Church, 619 Lexington Ave. NYC

    Gathering of multi-faith clergy and lay people to build momentum and plan for the People’s Climate Mobilization in Washington, DC on April 29.

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  • International Women’s Strike NYC: Rally and March on March 8th
    16:00-20:00
    2017.03.08
    Washington Square Park
    Washington Square Park

    On March 8th, the International Women’s Strike NYC – a coalition representing dozens of grassroots groups and labor organizations – is organizing a number of actions in support of labor campaigns, migrants’ rights, Sanctuary Campus campaigns, and others.

    At 4 PM there will be a rally in Washington Square Park.
    The rally will open with an artistic performance created by Alejandra Ballón Gutiérrez (Arequipa, Peru 1975), “La Alfombra Roja”, and songs by Mexican singers Renee Ghoust and Liah Alonso. “La Alfombra Roja” project was created to make visible the terrible effects of patriarchal relations on women’s lives. Among the forms of violence that affect women, it was used to denounce the criminal policies of forced sterilization of indigenous women, carried out in the Nineties by the then-President of Peru, Alberto Fujimori: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kw_4d2pL9Q.

    At 5:30 PM we will march to Zuccotti Park. The march will make some stops along the way, with performances in front of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory site, the Varick Street Immigration Detention Center, Stonewall, City Hall, the African Burial Ground and the former slave market, financial institutions funding the Dakota Access Pipeline, and others.

    Join us in this great day of action!

  • Paro Internacional de Mujeres NYC
    17:00-20:00
    2017.03.08
    Washington Square Park
    Washington Square Park

    #NiUnaMenos NYC, in solidarity with the Latin American rally “#NiUnaMenos” (Not one less) – against gender violence – is organizing a vigil on March 8th at 5pm at Washington Square Park in New York City in solidarity with our sisters worldwide.  https://www.facebook.com/events/268520896914378/

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  • Solidarity Rally Against Deportation @ Foley Square
    09:00-11:00
    2017.03.09
    Foley Square
    Foley Square

    New York City families deserve dignity and respect. The President’s recent actions on immigration are tearing our communities apart. Each day, dozens of New Yorkers facing deportation must check-in with ICE Officers at 26 Federal Plaza. When they enter the building, they don’t know if they will be able to see their families again. Now more than ever it is important to show solidarity in the face of policies that threaten our communities.

    Join us for a Jericho Walk to stand with individuals and families facing deportation. This interfaith act of solidarity will bring together advocates and supporters to show immigrants that they are not alone.

    At 9am, we will assemble for a press conference. At 10am, we will begin the Jericho Walk, circling the building in silence and thoughtful prayer.

    Though we walk in silence, our actions speak to the injustices that our communities face.

    We call today for a system that:
    * puts an end to the detentions and deportations that shatter immigrant lives and families
    * protects the rights of all workers, immigrant and non-immigrant alike
    * enshrines our shared values of justice, compassion, kindness and generosity
    * gives immigrant communities the Right to Remain with their families, with their communities, in their schools, and in their places of worship

    Cosponsors:
    Detention Watch Network
    Immigrant Defense Project
    The New York Immigration Coalition

    https://www.facebook.com/events/1372307882825710/

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  • United Thru Action & NY Indivisible – Organizing Meeting
    17:00-20:00
    2017.03.12
    The Church of the Village, A Progressive United Methodist Community 201 W 13th St, New York, New York 10011
    The Church of the Village, A Progressive United Methodist Community 201 W 13th St, New York, New York 10011

    CLICK HERE TO RSVP: https://goo.gl/forms/uH2E3Z1O4cF1wWCn1

    Please join us as we continue our resistance to the Trump agenda.

    Sunday, March 12
    5:00 to 8:00pm
    Church of the Village
    201 West 13th Street (& Seventh Ave)

    UNITED THRU ACTION & NEW YORK INDIVISIBLE PRESENT

    WHAT’S NEXT FOR LGBT EQUALITY
    with special guest speaker
    ‘WHEN WE RISE’ creator DUSTIN LANCE BLACK

    DEFENDING THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT
    A discussion of what we can do RIGHT NOW to save Obamacare
    Panelists:
    MARY LI, MPH, CPH
    ELISABETH BENJAMIN, MSPH, JD
    MARK HANNAY

    OPPORTUNITIES TO SHARE UPCOMING ACTIONS AND EVENTS

    COMMITTEES WILL PRESENT AND WILL MEET FROM 7 to 8 PM

  • Youth Recruitment Training Call
    20:00-21:30
    2017.03.12
    Once you’ve signed up for the training call, you’ll get an email with information about how to call in from your computer or phone.
    Once you’ve signed up for the training call, you’ll get an email with information about how to call in from your computer or phone.

    An introductory training call for everyone who’s interested in recruiting students and youth from your campus or community to join the People’s Climate March.

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  • Rise and Resist
    18:00-20:00
    2017.03.14
    LGBT Center 208 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011
    LGBT Center 208 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011

    No additional details for this event.

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  • Town Hall with Mayor Bill de Blasio
    19:00-21:00
    2017.03.15
    NYC Lab HS, 333 W 17th St
    NYC Lab HS, 333 W 17th St

    Town Hall with Mayor, Corey Johnson. rsvp needed TownHallRSVP@cityhall.nyc.gov

  • NYC Democratic Socialists: Uptown Meeting: Bronx
    19:00-21:00
    2017.03.15
    pin Show Map St. Philip’s Episcopal Church (Manhattan) 204 W 134th St, New York, New York 10030
    pin Show Map St. Philip’s Episcopal Church (Manhattan) 204 W 134th St, New York, New York 10030

    Join us for the third meeting of the Upper Manhattan/Harlem/Bronx Branch of the Democratic Socialists of America on Wednesday, March 15th at 7 PM. Our meeting will be held at St. Phillip’s Episcopal Church in Harlem at 204 West 134th Street (between Frederick Douglass and Adam Clayton Powell).

    As our branch grows we’re beginning to build a presence in the name of socialism and democracy in our local communities. Come learn about what we’re doing to actively fight the injustices imposed by the new administration.

    As we move towards revolution, we move in solidarity with the vision of our communities. This month you can expect updates from our branch’s working groups on the campaigns we’re aligning within our area and citywide. Guest speakers will be joining us.

    Our ask to you: Bring one friend new to DSA!

    Childcare will be provided if needed.

    Please RSVP. Email us at manhattanbxdsa@gmail.com with any questions.

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  • The Climate Works for All coalition Press Conference
    12:30-13:30
    2017.03.16
    City Hall NYC
    City Hall NYC

    The City is proposing a very weak bill that would only seek to increase efficiency of large and public buildings by 7% by 2030—less that .5% a year.

    Buildings across our city are driving forces behind climate change, accounting for over 70% of our city’s emissions. Many of these buildings are like Trump Tower, which is among the dirtiest buildings in our city. But buildings like Trump Tower won’t change unless the city makes them clean up their act. The city has the power to take bold measures by requiring buildings to significantly reduce their carbon footprint via energy efficiency improvements, which in turn will lead to thousands of good jobs for our communities. Now, more than ever given the attacks on people and planet at the federal level, is the time for our city to step up on the climate crisis, and create thousands of good jobs along the way.
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  • The NYC Friends of Clearwater
    18:30-21:00
    2017.03.17
    Judson Memorial Church Assembly Hall, 239 Thompson Street, Manhattan
    Judson Memorial Church Assembly Hall, 239 Thompson Street, Manhattan

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    What you can do for our environment!

    1) In less than four weeks, Gov. Cuomo aims to finalize a deal (also known as the “Cuomo tax”) to bail out three dangerous, outdated, and economically failing nuclear power plants in upstate NY with a subsidy amounting to $7.6 billion of ratepayers’ money.  Despite the renewable-energy alternatives that would cost less, cut more CO2 and create more good-paying jobs, Gov. Cuomo wants to increase our electricity costs in order to send billions of dollars to America’s largest nuclear producer, Exelon.  Fortunately, a new bill has now been introduced in the NY State legislature — A05985/S04800 — which would halt this subsidy by including a moratorium on the initiative in the Assembly budget resolution, giving us the chance to find a better solution.
    Please consider telling your legislator to co-sponsor A05985/S04800 and get it in the budget before April 1. This is our best shot at stopping Gov. Cuomo’s  $7.6 billion electric rate hike. Click here to send your message.

    2) This is about Assembly Bill #A03712, which calls for divesting fossil fuels from NY State pension funds.  NY State has declared its commitment to policies that curb climate change, so let us stop investing in  oil, coal and gas.  Please consider asking your assemblyperson to support this bill. To find your  assembly member’s contact info click here .

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  • Bronx pro-choice counterprotest
    09:00-11:00
    2017.03.18
    Bronx Abortion 2070 Eastchester Rd, Bronx, New York 10461
    Bronx Abortion 2070 Eastchester Rd, Bronx, New York 10461

    Anti-abortion zealots are descending on clinics across the country in observance of the “40 Days for Life” campaign. Under cover of these “peaceful vigils,” protestors are pushing the same inherently violent anti-choice agenda. There is nothing “peaceful” about forced gestation and birth.

    Join NYC for Abortion Rights as we counterprotest the ongoing “40 Days” campaign at Bronx Abortion. Now more than ever we need to mobilize a visible, vocal, and unapologetic pro-choice response wherever and whenever reproductive rights are under attack.

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  • Screening of Documentary Film “Indian Point”
    18:30-21:00
    2017.03.20
    Rutgers Presbyterian Church at 236 West 73rd Street west of Broadway, 5th Floor, New York City
    Rutgers Presbyterian Church at 236 West 73rd Street west of Broadway, 5th Floor, New York City

    Admission is free. We would appreciate any donation amount at the door, which will go to the Rutgers Presbyterian Church for their good works and their generous support of our movement.

    Please join us in screening of “Indian Point”, a documentary film that explores nuclear power in the Age of Fukushima. The film provides a rare glimpse inside the aging nuclear power plant known as Indian Point. This film, directed by Ivy Meeropol, features unprecedented footage of the Indian Point nuclear power plant station which was designed in the 1950s and sits in Buchanan, New York, just 35 miles up the Hudson River from Times Square. Indian Point sits on top of two intersecting earthquake faults. With 20 million people living within its 50-mile radius, it has been called the most dangerously sited nuclear power plant in the U.S. by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

    The Indian Point nuclear power plant is operated by a company called Entergy, and its license to operate after 40 years was up for renewal shortly after the Fukushima event. Both reactors at Indian Point are still operating today even though permit for unit 2 reactor expired in 2013 and for unit 3 reactor expired in 2015.

    This film interviewed a nuclear engineer who’s been working at Indian Point for almost 40 years. It also profiled local activists, journalists and residents who have been working just as long on closing down Indian Point, while looking at the bigger picture via the story of Gregory Jaczko, the onetime head of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission who, according to this movie, was forced out of his position by a trumped up scandal after his post-Fukushima recommendations for safety ruffled the nuclear energy industry.

    The Daily Beast describes Indian Point as “a cautionary tale about a technology once seen as an abundant and non-polluting energy source, but with downsides that could make oil spills and electrical brownouts seem as minor as a fender bender.”

    Following the 94-minute film, Marilyn Elie, who was featured prominently in the documentary film, will lead a Q&A session. Marilyn, a local environmental activist who lives near Indian Point, has spent decades organizing to close down Indian Point. She is deeply immersed and very knowledgeable with the issues. Marilyn will provide an update of a series of disasters which happened at Indian Point since the documentary film was made; in addition to the construction by Spectra of a 42-inch high-pressure potentially explosive AIM pipeline near the reactors and the spent fuel pool. She will explain why New York City does not need the electricity generated by Indian Point. Marilyn will also discuss the announcement in January, 2017 by Governor Andrew Cuomo of reaching an agreement with Entergy to close Indian Point by 2021. A lot can happen between now and 2021. We all know that change is not going to happen without constant citizen vigilance and activism.

    Here is a trailer for the film.

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  • Rise and Resist
    18:00-20:00
    2017.03.21
    LGBT Center 208 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011
    LGBT Center 208 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011

    No additional details for this event.

  • Ecstatic Dance – March Edition at Union Sq Ballroom
    18:30-23:00
    2017.03.21
    Union Square Ballroom 27 Union Sq W, New York, New York 10003
    Union Square Ballroom 27 Union Sq W, New York, New York 10003

    The next Ecstatic Dance will be on the evening of Tuesday, March 21st. We will be gathering at Union Sq Ballroom, a venue that has served us so well over the years. Big dance floor and a beautiful lounge space, right in the middle of Union Sq. We are stoked to be coming back here before returning to Judson Church in April.

    We will have our city’s finest to come share their gifts with us, for what is surely going to be an EPIC night.

    Doors: 6:30p

    Warm up class from 7-8p: Gaga with Saar Harari

    Free Form Ecstatic Dance from 8-11p featuring:

    Small Change (https://soundcloud.com/smallchange666)

  • The People Speak
    19:30-20:45
    2017.03.21
    Peter Jay Sharp Building, BAM Howard Gilman Opera House
    Peter Jay Sharp Building, BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

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    Based on the work of Howard Zinn (1922–2010)
    Directed by Anthony Arnove
    In association with Voices of a People’s History
    Co-presented by BAM and the Onassis Cultural Center New York
    Part of Onassis Programs at BAM

    Readings and performances by:
    Staceyann Chin
    Maggie Gyllenhaal
    Brian Jones
    Talib Kweli
    Aasif Mandvi
    Frances McDormand
    Stew, Heidi & The Von Trapped
    Martha Redbone
    Peter Sarsgaard
    David Strathairn
    Marisa Tomei
    And more artists to be confirmed

    “If there is no struggle there is no progress. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will.”
    —Frederick Douglass

    Some of today’s leading performers and artists give voice to those figures neglected by history. The People Speak builds on the work of historian Howard Zinn (1922–2010) to bring to life the extraordinary contribution of women, African-Americans, Native Americans, immigrants, and laborers who built the movements that made the United States what it is today: ending slavery and Jim Crow, protesting war and the genocide of Native Americans, creating unions and the eight-hour work day, advancing women’s rights and gay liberation, and struggling to right wrongs of the day.

    By giving public expression, in the form of music and readings, to these rebels, dissenters, and visionaries from our past, The People Speak works to educate and inspire a new generation of people working for social justice.

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  • Socialist Feminist Working Group: New York Health Act
    19:00-21:00
    2017.03.23
    UAW Region 9a Office 256 W 38th St, New York, NY 10018
    UAW Region 9a Office 256 W 38th St, New York, NY 10018

    At this general meeting of the NYC DSA Socialist Feminist Working Group we will be talking about the New York Health Act and how we will be mobilizing around it.

    If passed, the New York Health Act (A. 4738 / S. 4840) will implement truly universal health care and eliminate financial barriers to care, while allowing people to go to the doctor and hospital of their choice. Like the rest of the industrialized world, it will give New Yorkers access to health care without fear of bankruptcy. It will treat health care as a human right, not a commodity for those who can afford to pay.

    Where: UAW Region 9a Office 256 W 38th St, New York, NY 10018

    When: Thursday, March 23 at 7pm

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  • People for Free Press -Rally and March
    12:00-15:00
    2017.03.25
    New York Public Library
    New York Public Library

    Saturday March 25 at Noon: Rally begins at Bryant Park
    Bryant Park is situated behind the New York Public Library in midtown Manhattan, between 40th and 42nd Streets & Fifth and Sixth Avenues.
    At approximately 1:15 we will march to the New York Times Building 242 W 41st St, New York, NY.
    We do have a parade permit from the City!

    Please fill out the volunteer/ participant form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1CppPwc6uA00HcouWzG6I3Qb97luOlEK0Mi7EbT3pdQg/edit

    Please RSVP here https://actionnetwork.org/events/march-for-media-freedom-of-the-press

    In support our media against a constant barrage of outright lies, propaganda, and slander against any writer, newspaper, reporter, television station, internet site, radio etc that does not agree with or show the potus or situation in his view- We march!

    Please bring signs with no wooden handles. PROPS and banners encouraged! If you know of a drum and horn band that would like to march with us- email me.

    Our goal is to have speakers at our rally regarding free speech, freedom of the press, and more.

    Please RVSP.
    Alternately you may contact Maryanne Asta at maryanneasta@yahoo.com or 914-486 6449

    https://www.facebook.com/events/259445097833437/

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  • OUR CLIMATE NOW – TEACH IN
    13:40-15:00
    2017.03.28
    JOHN JAY COLLEGE – 524 WEST 59TH STREET – HAAREN HALL, ROOM 630 H
    JOHN JAY COLLEGE – 524 WEST 59TH STREET – HAAREN HALL, ROOM 630 H

    A PANEL DISCUSSION: 1) EVIDENCE AND IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE with Dr. Pushker Kharecha Climate Scientist, Columbia Earth Institute 2) LEGAL OPTIONS FOR FIGHTING BACK Kimberly Ong, Esq. – Environmental Lawyer NRDC: National Resources Defense Council 3) LOCAL CLIMATE, ENVIRONMENTAL, RACIAL, GENDER AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE with Ana Orozco, Climate Justice Policy and Programs Coordinator at UPROSE (a Brooklyn based community organization dedicated to fighting for environmental & social justice) SPONSORED BY: Economics Department; Environmental Club; Sustainability & Environmental Justice Program

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