Starting this Sunday we'll also be hosting phone banks from 12pm-3pm here in the office.
Volunteers are not required to stay for the full time period, but we do ask that if you attend you stay for at least an hour.
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In the Generator Series, Ilana Glazer interviews activists and politicians to learn how both serve the people and to better understand how our system works.
Description:You are cordially invited by New American Democratic Club (NADC) to participate in our “Meet the Candidate Night” on January 27,2019 ( Sunday) evening at the Jewish Center in Jackson Heights.
Children’s book reading in support of Dawn Smalls, candidate for Public Advocate, by author Irene Smalls -- award winning author of 15 books for children and mother of Dawn Smalls.
The River Room @ Stuy Town, 545 E 14th St
Meet Dawn and hear her vision while your kids listen to a book reading by Irene Smalls, mother of the candidate. Face painting and snacks will be provided!
We're excited to march with the women of New York City to continue standing against this racist, sexist, homophobic administration.
Team Dawn will be marching in the official march organized by the Women's March Alliance (the group that has always organized the NYC marches). This is different from the national Women's March organization.
The March is Saturday, January 19th at 11:00 AM at Columbus Circle. We will meet at the Starbucks at the corner of 75th and Broadway at 10:15, to give us time to find each other and then walk over to the March together.
We will have Dawn posters for us all to hold and if you don't have a Dawn hat yet, we will bring some for everyone!
Independent Neighborhood Democrats, which is a reform political club that covers the 52nd Assembly District, including areas of Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, portions of Park Slope, Gowanus, and others. Leadership for the club includes Assemblywoman Jo Anne Simon and former Assemblywoman and current District Leader Joan Millman.
Join us at our environmental forum with Public Advocate candidates moderated by Politico New York’s Gloria Pazmino! Space is limited so make sure to reserve your spot here.
We will ask the candidates where they stand on a wide range of environmental and sustainability issues including OneNYC, lead poisoning prevention, reducing waste, and sustainable transportation.
Doors open at 5:30pm. Program starts at 6:00pm.