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10 Dec

Resist Amazon — Long Island City Community Forum

NYC Democratic Socialists of America

Please note, this event is first come, first served as the capacity for the venue is 250. For interpretation and childcare needs please fill out this form: tinyurl.com/ydhecxjg. We will be streaming the speaker portion of the forum, so tune in on here if you cannot attend in person! If you hav...

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10 Dec

Greetings of peace and justice to all, The New York and New Jersey chapters of the International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (ICHRP Northeast) invite all advocates, human rights defenders, and peace-loving residents in the Northeast to join us for a rally and march this Interna...

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10 Dec

"Shelter Me: The Art of Kindness"

Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals

Shelter Me is an award-winning PBS series that celebrates the human-animal bond with inspiring stories about homeless pets and the people who help them. "Shelter Me: The Art of Kindness," Episode 9, features: - An amazing story about a painting dog named DogVinci. When his beret is put on, he...

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10 Dec

We are pleased to invite you to an evening celebrating Chanukah with Yaffed and its members. The evening will begin with a panel discussion on the topic of secular education in Yeshivas. This will be followed by an informal Chanukah celebration, which will of course include Latkes and doughnut...

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10 Dec

Public Meeting: Charter Revision Commission 2019

Charter 2019 NYC and Gale A. Brewer, Manhattan Borough President

The NYC Charter is the city's constitution, creating the framework for our city government. The Charter controls how the City spends our tax dollars, how decisions are made about changes to our neighborhoods and the powers of our elected officials. Nearly 30 years ago, a Charter Revision Commission...

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10 Dec

Queer to Stay: A Fundraiser for National Queer Theater

National Queer Theater and Trans Voices Cabaret

Join National Queer Theater December 10 at the Carlton Arms Hotel for a special night of drink, food, and entertainment from the Trans Voice Cabaret. Founded in May by Adam Odsess-Rubin, National Queer Theater is a nonprofit theater company, based in New York City, promoting bold new queer voices...

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10 Dec

Stripping Stigma: Hiv/aids in NYC Now

Brooklyn Historical Society

Author and historian Sarah Schulman, Columbia University Associate Dean of Community and Minority Affairs Dr. Robert Fullilove, and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center Director of HIV Prevention Anthony Albanese explore the footprint of the crisis of decades past, continued inequit...

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10 Dec

70th Anniversary Celebration

Rainbow Railroad

On December 10th, Rainbow Railroad will join with individuals and organizations worldwide to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Among the many rights established in the Universal Declaration are the right to seek asylum in another country, if you are perse...

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10 Dec

Housing Justice for All Presser

Housing Justice for All

New York State’s Housing Crisis is getting worse every day. Thousands of New Yorkers are sleeping in the streets or live in shelters, while thousands more are bound to lose their home because of the poor existing tenant protections. In order to spike up rents, harassment and evictions have become th...

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10 Dec

Human Rights Day 2018

United Nations International Days and Weeks and Human Rights Day

Theme: Stand Up for Human Rights Date: 10 December 2018 Location: worldwide Salle XX - UN Human Rights Council Human Rights Day is observed every year on 10 December, which is the anniversary of the day that the United Nations General Assembly adopted, in 1948, the united nations declaration o...

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10 Dec

Trans Empowerment Group

LGBT Network Queens LGBT Center

The LGBT Network invites all trans and gender non-binary people to the launch of the TRANS EMPOWERMENT GROUP at the LGBT Network Queens LGBT Center! This group aims to provide a safe space for Trans and gender non-binary people to build community, provide peer support, as well as opportunities to...

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11 Dec

Please join us on Tuesday, December 11th as we celebrate all the successes of the 2018 midterm elections and look forward to the new year! We are proud of the accomplishments of the over 200 VoteRunLead alums who ran for office this year. Your support has made all the difference. When: Tuesday...

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11 Dec

Count Me In Rally

Count Me In

It’s time to take our fight to Related’s front door! Tuesday rally's are now at 10 Columbus Circle. EVERY TUESDAY 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM 10 Columbus Circle

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11 Dec

Have you ever been stopped by the police and did not knwo what to do? Have you ever thought you saw a cop being overly aggressive policing in your neigborhood? Joinus for aninteractive workshop with the Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB). The CCRB is an independent agency devoted to receive, inv...

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11 Dec

GreenNewDeal4NYC Lobby Day

Indivisible Nation BK

Join us to lobby councilmembers to pass Intro 1253, the historic, first-of-its-kind legislation that cuts NYC climate pollution at the scale of the crisis and create thousands of good jobs. We’ll get a briefing from experts on the bill and provide you with training on how to lobby from 9:30 – 10...

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11 Dec

Stand Up for Her

Women's March Alliance

Women’s March Alliance is thrilled to present a spectacular night of networking and laughs as we celebrate women in comedy and support a growing local nonprofit. This fabulous evening gives the spotlight to hilarious women bravely taking on the male-dominated world of comedy. Join us as we Stand Up...

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11 Dec

PROTEST NO FARE HIKE! NO FARE HIKE FOR A SYSTEM THAT IS NOT ACCESSIBLE! NO FARE HIKE FOR RACIST HARASSMENT OF BLACK AND BROWN RIDERS! TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11 4:00 PM Rally 5:00 PM Go to Hearing York College Performing Arts Center 94-45 GUY R BREWER BOULEVARD SUBWAY: E, J Z TO JAMAICA, QUEEN...

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11 Dec

Diversity & the Multigenerational Workplace

New York City Bar Association

Millennials (and soon, Generation Z) are beginning to advance into leadership roles in the legal industry. As the younger generations find their footing, the Baby Boomers are waiting longer to retire, and Gen Xers are caught in the middle. Some workplaces can have three, four or even five generation...

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11 Dec

December Socialist Feminist WG Meeting

NYC Socialist Feminists

We'll be discussing campaign priorities for the Socialist Feminist working group followed by a potluck! Please bring a dish or drink to share. We'll also have representatives from the Red Sprouts childcare collective to share more about the launch of childcare training. New members always welcome. B...

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11 Dec

“Vote with your dollar” they say, every purchase counts. As New Yorkers who care about environmental and social justice we hear these calls to action all the time - if we just use our purchasing power to support the small, sustainable guys and boycott brands like WalMart we can change the world. But...

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