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12 Oct

Virtual Walking Tour: The Jewish Community of Vienna

The Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

Join the Museum of Jewish Heritage and Our Travel Circle as travelers virtually explore the ninth district of Vienna – Alsergrund- which had the highest percentage of Jewish residents in the city. Alsergrund became a home for middle-class and professional Jews, and a high percentage of Jewish doctor...

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12 Oct

Climate PB: Neighborhood Assembly

Shahana Hanif -- City Council Member, District 39

Our resources and our future are common goods, and therefore democracy is a fundamental pillar in imagining what a just climate future looks like for all of us. In this vein, Participatory Budgeting Cycle 12 will be Climate Justice themed, and our office will commit 1.5 million dollars to neighborho...

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12 Oct

In November 2021, New Yorkers passed the Environmental Rights Amendment (New York’s “Green Amendment”) with over 70% of the vote: as a result, the state’s Bill of Rights now recognizes that “each person shall have a right to clean air and water, and a healthful environment.” This is great news for a...

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13 Oct

2022 Government Procurement Conference

City and State New York

When all rules changed for procurement during the pandemic many wondered how New York’s business would return. Over the last year or so we have been slowly returning to the city and state and we want to talk about what it looks like. The Government Procurement Conference will foster business partner...

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13 Oct

Love Brought Me Through the Holocaust: Stories Survive with Judith Koeppel Steel

The Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

Judith Koeppel Steel was born in Berlin, Germany at the beginning of World War II. Her family escaped Germany in 1939 aboard the MS St. Louis, only to be turned away by both Cuba and the United States and sent back to Europe. Her family disembarked in Belgium, and were later imprisoned in Gurs conce...

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13 Oct

Join us for a night of celebration and support Citizen Action of New York's work to advance Our Justice Agenda! We're honoring the ordinary people who, through community organizing & political action, have demonstrated extraordinary power in making New York a more just state. This year's event is be...

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13 Oct

“The Lost: A Search for Six of Six Million” with Daniel Mendelsohn

The Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

Fifteen years after the release of the National Book Critics Circle Award and the National Jewish Book Award winner, The Lost: A Search for Six of Six Million is now being reissued. The updated book contains new material developed in conjunction with Ken Burns’s new 3-part documentary, The U.S. and...

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14 Oct

Raising Standards in the Architectural Industry

Department for Professional Employees, AFL-CIO

Across the country, professionals in historically unorganized industries are joining together and realizing the power they have to create change when they act collectively. One of these groups is architectural professionals. In this virtual event hosted by the Department for Professional Employees,...

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14 Oct

SAY THEIR NAMES

Rise and Resist

A vigil to recognize the many hundreds of black people and people of color who have been murdered by the police. Rain at 4:00PM will cancel, and the vigil will take place the following Friday.

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17 Oct

Binyamin Appelbaum vs. Gene Epstein Resolution: Free market ideology is largely responsible for the dismal performance of the US economy over the past few decades For the affirmative: Binyamin Appelbaum is the lead writer on business and economics for the New York Times editorial...

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17 Oct

Due to COVID-19 precautions, this meeting will be virtual. Please check back for the meeting conference information. Please call our office if you have any questions at 718-819-5487 or 646-784-4696.

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