In Solidarity with Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, #NoDAPL allies unite for a peaceful rally outside the Waldorf Astoria NYC, at the 15th Annual Wells Fargo Pipeline Symposium, to hold Wells Fargo Accountable for funding DAPL and to raise awareness of pipelines being built in New York.
On Monday, June 13, 2016, Rasmea Odeh will appear with her attorneys before Judge Gershwin Drain for a status conference at the federal courthouse in Detroit, Michigan. Support groups urge for a new trial for this Palestinian American icon who was convicted of a politically-motivated immigration charge in 2014, and sentenced to 18 months in prison and deportation last year. New York will be standing in solidarity with Rasmea Odeh
New York Officials joined the celebrations and marched along at the Gay Pride Parade 2016
On January 18, at the Save My Care Rally on the steps of New York City Hall, Make the Road New York issues "Safeguarding Immigrant Coverage" a report on benefits of health insurance for immigrants and joins national effort to oppose repeal of the Affordable Care Act
Organized by United National Antiwar Coalition, anti-war, anti-racist and social justice activists gathered at Herald Square in New York City to say “NO” to continued war and to demand money for human needs. Endless wars abroad mean austerity and militarized police at home.
On the second anniversary of the death of Eric Garner by NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo, the Black Lives Matter community organized the Stop The Violence Rally, March and Healing Circle in the South Bronx to remember Eric Garner and other victims of police brutality with a peaceful demonstration around the neighborhood culminating the march at the 41st Precinct where participants held a moment of silence followed by chanting "I CAN'T BREATHE" 11 times as Eric Garner did before his tragic…
4th graders from the Little Red School House came out this morning outside the New York City Councl to protest in solidarity with street vendors Council Member Brad Lander spoke to the kids and Council Member Melissa Mark-Viverito accepted their letters calling on New York City Council to lift the caps and support street vendors.