VIGIL IN SOLIDARITY WITH CHARLOTTESVILLE, VADenounce Hate, Celebrate LoveIn front of Dutchess County Office BuildingPoughkeepsie, NY 12580
When:Tuesday, August 15, 6:00 PMWe are standing in solidarity with Charlottesville. Join us. Bring a candle. Bring a sign. Bring your hearts, your minds, your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers-- everyone you know. See you in front of the Dutchess County Office Building at 22 Market Street in Poughkeepsie Tuesday, Aug. 15th at 6 pm-- after a bit we'll walk down to 44/55 and hold our signs there. Info: email@example.com 845-464-2245
Testimony of the New York Civil Liberties Union Before City Council Public Safety Committee in Support of the Right to Know Act
June 29, 2015
The New York Civil Liberties Union (“NYCLU”) respectfully submits the following testimony in support of Intro. 182 and Intro. 541, collectively known as the Right to Know Act. We also include comments on several of the other bills being considered today.
Pierre Leroy speaking on the subject of the Haitian Revolution, at the "An Evening of Real History" event, at the A.J. Williams-Myers African Roots Center, in Kingston, NY, on Saturday, July 29, 2017. Photo by Jim Peppler. Copyright/Jim Peppler-2017.
COPYRIGHT:Jim Peppler 2017
ENJAN's Second Annual Regional Gathering on Saturday, August 5 from 11:30 am to 4:00 pm, with optional March for Justice workshop at 10:30 am.
At this regional gathering, we will have an opportunity to build our connections, discuss key issues, and think together about how we might support each other's efforts into the future.
Location: Christ the King Episcopal Church, 3021 State Rt. 213 East, Stone Ridge. (Same venue as last summer.)
Please bring a dish to share. We encourage everyone to bring their own dishes and silverware to decrease our environmental impact.
Schedule of Events
10:30 March for Justice Workshop- presented by Colia Clark
11:30 Introductions & Welcome
12:45 Potluck lunch and BBQ
2:15 Breakout groups
Join us for the March for Justice Workshop at 10:30 am! Colia Clark will be kicking off the event by discussing the March for Justice in the context of the criminal justice system today and its relationship to the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s.