Friday, May 7, 2010

You won health care for millions of Americans. What's next?

Join other progressives committed to social justice at the Greater NYC for Change general meeting. We'll brainstorm our next moves on immigration, the environment, elections and more! Bring your ideas for activism and help us create a game plan for our next victory!
Wednesday, May 12, 7-9 p.m.
520 8th Ave., Ste. 1200
RSVP here.

Want to do something right now?


Thanks to everyone who joined in our May Day rally, in solidarity with immigrants in Arizona and across the nation. What's next? Call Sen. Schumer, chair of the Senate Immigration Subcommittee. Tell him we need immigration reform, and we need it now.
Sen. Schumer: 202-224-6542


Keep Pennsylvania Blue
Special elections are May 18 for the seat held since 1975 by a Democrat, the late Rep. John Murtha. Let's not have a repeat of Massachusetts. Phone banks are happening all over the city for the next two weeks. Check out MyBO or our website for details.

Grassroots Organizing

Veterans Issues Teach-In
Hosted by Upper East Side for Change
Come support New York City's newest grassroots group at its first event. What has the Obama administration done for our veterans? The answer may surprise you, and your conservative friends. It also may help us win the veteran vote in November! Led by Robert Diamond, DNC Veterans Affairs Coordinator.
Tuesday, May 11, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
St. Jean Baptiste Community Center
184 E. 76th St.
RSVP here

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