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18 Nov

Join NYC for Abortion Rights for a night of comedy so good you'll forget about the Kavanaugh hearings..... (just kidding, you'll NEVER forget the Kavanaugh hearings). ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE MISSISSIPPI REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM FUND, truly the most badass organization doing important work in the sout...

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18 Nov

It’s time for you to be heard. Join us from 3-5pm on Sunday, November 18 for a community conversation about the future of local politics. This workshop will focus on creating a dialogue for community members in Assembly District 56 who are interested in the Brooklyn Democratic party. We’ll talk...

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19 Nov

BUSINESS NETWORKING BREAKFAST

GLOBAL WOMAN CLUB NEW YORK

Empowering Women Locally - Connecting Women Globally A different style of networking Global Woman Club is an ever growing network where members enjoy many benefits, including the delightful breakfast. What we really love about the Global Woman platform is that it brings together a high quality...

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19 Nov

Agenda: 1. Update from committee member leads on rent law legislation research 2. Presentation on identifying potential construction projects in the district and possible tenant harassment and displacement 3. Chair’s Report 4. Old/New Business

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19 Nov

Nancy Rosenbloom is the Director of Legal Advocacy with National Advocates for Pregnant Women. On Monday, November 19th, at 3:00 pm, Ms. Rosenbloom will speak as part of "The Front Lines of Gender Justice" series hosted by Professor Katherine Franke. The topic of Ms. Rosenbloom's lecture will be the...

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20 Nov

Universal Children's Day

United Nations

By resolution 836(IX) of 14 December 1954, the General Assembly recommended that all countries institute a Universal Children's Day, to be observed as a day of worldwide fraternity and understanding between children. It recommended that the Day was to be observed also as a day of activity devoted to...

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26 Nov

Monthly Meeting

The Bronx Young Dems

The Bronx Young Democrats invite you to our next monthly meeting. Our organization meets every last Monday evening monthly.

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27 Nov

Expanding Electric Vehicles in New York City

NYU Guarini Center on Environmental and Land Use Law

Please join the Guarini Center and a group of experts from industry, government and NGOs for a discussion on “Expanding Electric Vehicles in New York City". To achieve its ambitious climate goals, New York City will need to aggressively reduce the number of gasoline powered vehicles on the roads,...

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27 Nov

Health and Education Committee Meeting

Community Board 6 Manhattan

Agenda: 1. Presentation from EMS in Community District 6 regarding protocols when 911 is called2. Discussion about minimum safe staffing ratios at hospitals in New York State3. Discussion on admissions to Specialized High Schools4. Updates from Committee Leads: Health, Education, Policy/Reso...

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27 Nov

Manhattan M/WBE Forum

NYC Department of Small Business Services

The NYC Department of Small Business Services in partnership with Council Member Bill Perkins, Assemblywoman Inez E. Dickens and New York State Senator Brian A. Benjamin are proud to host the Manhattan Borough Forum. Join us for an opportunity to make connections, learn how to do business with City...

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27 Nov

Dare to Run will be hosting it's #GivingTuesday Charity Dinner the Tuesday after Thanksgiving - November 27, 2018. Come join Dare to Run and celebrate the purpose of increasing the number of women running for office at all levels of government. Dare to Run will be starting its academic fellowship pr...

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27 Nov

Join Let New York Vote and Common Cause/NY at the First Unitarian Church in Brooklyn Heights on Tuesday, November 27th from 7-8:30pm for a People's Hearing on Voting Rights & Reform. Let NY Vote will bring together voters, community groups, elected officials and other stakeholders to discuss voting...

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28 Nov

2nd Annual Downtown Forum

Commercial Observer

Thank you for your interest in Commercial Observer's 2nd Annual Downtown Forum. Registrations for this event will now be processed through different platform. To register please visit https://dtwnny.commercialobserver.com. Questions? Contact rsvp@commercialobserver.com.

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28 Nov

The 3-day Anti-Bias and Social Justice Institute offers teams of up to 5 (five) educators and school leaders the opportunity to share in an exploration of the principles and strategies of the social justice work done at both the elementary and middle school level at Community Roots Charter School. T...

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28 Nov

Join us for the National Latino Commission on Census 2020 New York Regional Hearing! At the hearing, public officials, community leaders and other key stakeholders will present testimony on how challenges to a full and accurate Census 2020 count could affect our state and region’s diverse communi...

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29 Nov

12:00 p.m. - Check-in, light lunch served 12:30 p.m. - Program 1:30 p.m. - Book signing In the early 1990s, the theory of “broken windows” radically transformed policing across the country.Twenty years on, its legacy is complicated and hotly debated. Data suggest that it may have led to signifi...

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29 Nov

Impact Thursday 10: The Criminalization of Poverty

Impact Center for Public Interest Law

A panel discussion on the treatment of low-income people as criminals simply because of their poverty and what needs to be done about it. Panelists include: Nusrat Choudhury, Deputy Director, ACLU Racial Justice Program Peter Edelman, Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Law & Public Policy,...

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29 Nov

The M&A market has survived the current volatile environment of global and geopolitical uncertainty in robust health. Cross-border deals and innovative and disruptive transactions continue to prevail. The passing of U.S. tax reform will have a profound impact on companies and their M&A strategy,...

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29 Nov

Green Series: Toward a Green New Deal

BPL Presents and Friends of Greenpoint Library

Join Ashley Dawson, Jamie Tyberg, Kali Akuno and Kate Aronoff for a wide-ranging discussion on how to fight for a Green New Deal. The need for urgent climate action is more apparent than ever. As grassroots organizers continue to build robust climate justice movements and Democratic Socialists li...

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01 Dec

Black owned Small Business Saturday. Shop Black owned Businesses. A platform to buy black and support Small Black Owned Businesses. Shop Black owned businesses for the holiday. A platform to buy black and Support Small Black Owned Businesses, keeping the 1.3 Trillion Spending power in our communiti...

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