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25 Oct

WHY JUVENILE JUSTICE MATTERS Juvenile justice is a Millennial issue. On any given day in the United States, 53,000 Gen Y and Gen Z youth are held in facilities away from home. Nearly half of the Millennial cohort identify as people of color, and youth of color are held in custody at a rate 4 times...

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27 Oct

Rooted in perseverance and self-documentation, this hands-on, intergenerational event will gather Black memory workers from around the nation to explore the purpose and need of Archives for Black Lives. Do you or your folks have a special or important physical photo of yourself, your family, or y...

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28 Oct

Underrepresented Communities ReImagine Brooklyn Politics

Pakistani American Youth Society and The Vision Project

It’s time for you to be heard. Join us from 2-4pm on Sunday, October 28 for a community conversation about the future of local politics. This workshop, which is hosted by PAYS, will focus on collecting the perspectives of underrepresented voices in the Brooklyn democratic party. We’ll talk abou...

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28 Oct

Domestic and family violence can affect anyone in our community- regardless of age, gender, wealth, religion or cultural background. At a community level, we often associate domestic and family violence with physical violence, ignoring the invisible scars that many silently walk around with. The...

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29 Oct

Join the New York City Bar Association and A Better Balance as we mark the 40th Anniversary of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act with an evening discussing the role lawyers play in the continued fight to end pregnancy discrimination. In 2018, women are still being forced to choose between their pa...

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29 Oct

FakeNews and the Next Information Security Crisis

The Center for Global Affairs at NYU

Information security is based on three pillars: confidentiality, availability, and integrity of information. To date, the information security community has focused myopically on the first two, and big breaches of both confidentiality (Equifax) and availability (the Dyn DDOS) come readily to mind. B...

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01 Nov

Investors' Circle-Social Venture Network builds and serves communities of inspired and informed impact investors and business leaders to make social, economic, and environmental change. Join us and hundreds of business leaders and impact investors for the first combined conference of IC-SVN in Brook...

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01 Nov

Party with a Purpose

PlantPure Communities

Join PlantPure Communities for our Party with a Purpose event in NYC. Dr. T. Colin Campbell, author of The China Study and Whole, will start off the evening with a provocative presentation about the importance of the grassroots movement to dispel the myths that cause widespread confusion about nutri...

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01 Nov

In 1968 Martin Luther and Coretta Scott King championed the Poor People’s Campaign to unite people of all backgrounds against oppressive government policies. Today, Rev. William Barber and Rev. Liz Theoharis are leading a modern resurgence of the effort, challenging racism, voter suppression, povert...

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02 Nov

A one-day event from HuffPost Parents for moms and dads who survived the baby years and now have children who are starting to navigate the world on their own. You’ll connect with experts—psychologists, educators, social media pros, children’s authors, and some famous faces—who have a lot of answ...

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03 Nov

Bronx Veterans Day Parade

The Bronx Veterans Parade Task Team

The borough's veterans will be saluted at the 34th Annual Veterans Day Parade. Parade starts at East Tremont Avenue and Lafayette Avenue and ends at Bicentennial Veterans Memorial Park. Residents are asked to line the streets waving American flags to show appreciate for the sacrifices of veterans. V...

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03 Nov

Hey U QT: An Undocu Queer & Trans Party

Starr Bar and NYS Youth Leadership Council

QTPOC & allies welcome Wheelchair-accessible through an entrance on the side of the building with an elevator. 21+ to enter $10-$20 sliding scale online or at the door. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Your ticket is your confirmation email.

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07 Nov

Party For Paws

Brooklyn Animal Action

We are really excited to invite you to join us at our annual Party for Paws celebration. Every year, we get together to have a good time while also supporting Brooklyn Animal Action’s mission to rescue animals in New York City. Party for Paws is a relaxed and fun event featuring a special food an...

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08 Nov

Roxane Gay in Conversation with Katia D. Ulysse

Barnard Center for Research on Women - BCRW

Co-Sponsors: Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism, the Center for the Study of Women and Society, CUNY Graduate Center, the Society of Fellows in the Humanities and the Heyman Center for the Humanities, Columbia University, and Women Writing Women's Lives Roxane Gay, award-winning author o...

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09 Nov

Young Leadership Meal that Heals

Save A Child's Heart

Join Save a Child's Heart New York Young Leadership for Meal that Heals, a Friday night dinner to support life-saving pediatric cardiac care. Fueled by inspired elixirs, over communal tables blanketed in shared plates, diners will experience an awakening of their spirits alongside their palates a...

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09 Nov

12th Annual Fall Ball

Project Renewal

Project Renewal's 12th Annual Fall Ball will feature food tasting stations, open bar, auction, raffle, photobooth, DJ and more. For updates join our event on Facebook. For more information on VIP sponsorships or tables please email: Kelsey.Petrone@projectrenewal.org

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09 Nov

New York City's Water System: A Talk by Adam Bosch Adam Bosch, will discuss how the NYC DEP operates, maintains and protects the largest municipal water supply in the United States. The talk will also include a special look at the $1 billion Delaware Aqueduct Bypass Tunnel project, the largest re...

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12 Nov

The Future of Queer and Trans Rights

Center for Gender and Sexuality Law

Chase Strangio is a Staff Attorney with the ACLU's LGBT & AIDS Project. On Monday, November 13th, at 3:00 pm, Mr. Strangio will speak as part of a guest lecture series hosted by Professor Katherine Franke. The topic of his talk will be The Future of Queer and Trans Rights. This lecture is offered...

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