Monday, August 21
Rally: No War With North Korea
780 3rd Ave., between 48th and 49th Streets
4 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Rally outside of Senator Chuck Schumer's and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand's offices to say no war with North Korea; no nuclear war; and take nukes away from Trump. Hosted by Peace Action New York State.
Tuesday, August 22
Rally Against Confederate Monuments in Brooklyn
John Paul Jones Park
101 Street Shore Parkway
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Congress members Yvette D. Clarke, Nydia Velazquez, and Hakeem Jeffries will attend this rally against Confederate monuments still in place at Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23 - TWO ACTION ITEMS
1. Call Schumer About the IDC
Sign up here for a call relay asking Senator Schumer to speak out against the IDC. The IDC is a group of eight New York State senators who are elected as Democrats but vote with Republicans in order to block progressive legislation. Script is provided on sign-up sheet.
2. Voter Registration Training Workshop
4 West 43rd St., Suite 615
6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
The League of Women Voters offers instructions on how to conduct a voter registration drive, participate in one of the League's events, or train your group for their outreach activities. Hear about Election 2017 ballot issues so you can turn your voter registration outreach into voter education.
Thursday, August 24
Rally for the Right to Know
City Council Offices
4:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.
The Right To Know Act would help end abuses in a range of non-emergency police encounters by requiring officers to identify themselves and explain the reason for the official interaction. It would also help end deceptive and unconstitutional searches by requiring officers to explicitly convey a person’s right to refuse a search when their consent is the only legal justification, and obtain objective proof that a person gave informed and voluntary consent. Hosted by NYC Democratic Socialists of America.
Friday, August 25
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