COMMUNITY OUTREACH EVENT CALENDAR FOR JULY 10 – 17
Syracuse Peace Council’s Street Heat
Tuesday July 10th 4:15 – 5 PM Adams and Almond Sts. (Rt. 81 underpass)
Saturday July 14th 9 AM – 9:45 AM by Regional Market Main Entrance Syracuse
Tuesday July 17th 4:15 – 5 PM Hancock Airbase, opposite main gate 6000 E. Molloy
The Syracuse area hosts Hancock Air National Guard base where the Guard’s 174th Attack Wing conducts drone assassination and target identification missions using MQ-9 Reaper drone in Afghanistan and probably elsewhere. Syracuse Peace Council’s Street Heat holds a twice monthly presence outside Hancock Airbase to call for an end to the illegal and immoral killing of human beings by weaponized drones, which are piloted remotely from the base.
Join us! Signs provided or bring your own progressive signs. Contact for questions (315) 478-4571
Tuesday July 10th 6 PM – 8 PM 2013 E Genesee St, Syracuse
Join us in an open planning meeting for the July 31st day of action to abolish ICE!
In June, Syracuse showed up against family separation. 1,000 community members of Syracuse protested against racist deportations and detention of migrant children and adults.
Migrants are still having their freedoms torn away from them. The separated children are STILL not reunited with their parents. On July 31st, people across the country are taking action to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
Join the Syracuse Immigrant and Refugee Defense Network, the Workers Center of CNY, the New York Immigration Coalition, the International Socialist Organization, and other Syracuse social justice groups to organize to abolish ICE and end the deportations.
CAN’T MAKE THE MEETING BUT WANT TO BE INVOLVED? Send us a message with your email address and we’ll add you to a post-meeting message!
DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION WANT TO ENDORSE? Let us know!
Wednesday July 11th 5 PM – 7 PM at Loguen Park East Genesee St, Syracuse
Meet at “Lex Park”—corner of Lexington and Columbus. Join Cliff Ryan and others as we walk through the east side and Lex Park areas of Syracuse, spreading the anti-violence message of OGs Against Violence. This is the neighborhood where Reese Crawley, the victim of a fatal stabbing last week at Onieda Shores Park,lived. This is an opportunity share light and hope as we get to know new people and new neighborhoods and learn how Cliff interacts with the community. Co-sponsored by OGs Against Violence and the Community Violence and Youth Task Force of the Alliance of Communities Transforming Syracuse.
Wed., July 11, 7-8:30pm Bishop Harrison.
Join us for a full coalition meeting on a week night! We will have announcements and then break out into committee meetings.
Wednesday July 11th 7 PM at Spark Contemporary Art Space 1005 E Fayette St, Syr
Our country is experiencing an explosion of protest in response to the horrors of refugee family separation. The demand to abolish ICE has risen in prominence, as ICE offices have been protested, blockaded, and shut down by activists in multiple cities.
A popular chant at these rallies has been, “No borders, no nations, stop deportations!” But what would a world with no borders or nations look like? What are we fighting for, when we fight against ICE? Join the Syracuse ISO for a discussion of all these issues, July 11, 7pm at Spark Art Space!
Thursday July 12th 6 PM – 7:30 PM Pebble Hill Presbyterian Church
The Justice for Palestine Committee will be holding an ice cream social to fundraise for the Women’s Boat to Gaza, as well as the Middle East Children’s Alliance (MECA)’s projects that support Gazan children.
Israel’s blockade has made Gaza essentially unlivable – 95% of water is undrinkable, access to electricity is restricted to 3-4 hours a day, and delivery of food, supplies, and aid is tightly restricted. MECA’s projects in Gaza benefit children through direct medical, food, and school supplies, financial support, scholarships, and educational programs. The Women’s Boat to Gaza is a Freedom Flotilla which seeks to challenge the blockade and highlight the strength of Palestinian women in the struggle for justice.
One of our members recently returned from a year-long stay in Ramallah (West Bank). Stop by to enjoy some ice cream and chat!
This event is free and open to the public. Donations are encouraged!
Read about the USA Presbytarian Church’s recent vote to pass 10 pro-justice resolutions in support of Palestinian rights: https://uscpr.org/2018-presbyterian-wins/
Thursday July 12th 6 PM – 10 PM Community Folk Art Ctr 805 E Genesee St, Syracuse
The Community Folk Art Center is proud to showcase the “Feel That Funk” series in it’s entirety by Syracuse native, Jaleel Campbell.
Join us for light refreshments as we debut Jaleel’s first mural and listen as he speaks about his work. This event is free and open to the public.
Confronting Oppression and White Privilege: Keys to Effective Social Justice Action
Sunday July 15th 2 PM – 6 PM Bishop Harrison Center.
This workshop is now full. Please stay tuned for upcoming workshops.
Jubilee Homes of Syracuse 31st Anniversary Celebration
Saturday July 14th 6 PM – 10 PM Empire Room – NYS Fairgrounds 581 State Fair Blvd, Syr
Join Jubilee Homes of Syracuse, Inc. as we celebrate 31 years of service in the Central New York Community. This years’ event will showcase various local minority and women owned food vendors including Henry’s Hen House Catering, Jerk Hut, Jandy’s, Holisticsupernatural Nutrition Company, and Habiba’s Ethiopian Kitchen. Beverage service will be provide by Bleu Chick and entertainment for the evening will be provided by Brownskin Band and other local talent from the Syracuse area.
For more information, to purchase tickets or to become a sponsor contact Jubilee Homes at 315-428-0070. Sponsorship and Ad information may also be found on our website at www.jubilee-homes.org.
Saturday July 14th 7 PM – 10 PM ArtRage Gallery 505 Hawley Ave, Syracuse
Join us for our 10th Annual benefit celebration and extravaganza!
Silent Auction – Live Music – Food – Cash Bar $20 at the door
Back by Popular Demand is our Emcee – Actor & Activist Karin Franklin-King
Featuring the music of Colleen Kattau and Dos XX
Colleen Kattau & Dos XX are bi-lingual gringa grooves from the heart. A fem-folk fusion with Colleen, lead vocals, rhythm guitar, and percussive lyrics, Jane Zell, lead guitar, Connie Walters, percussion, and Mike Brandt on bass. They combine Zell’s blues bent with Walters’s and Kattau’s passion for Latin social song to create music to gets audiences moving and forming spontaneous conga lines, and longing to sing in Spanish. They are Grassroots Festival of Music and Dance band winners in 2013, featured performers at the PanAfrican Village State Fair Stage, and perform throughout the Northeast.
Bid on great Silent Auction items before the event from June 25 – July 13 at our online auction
Let Yemenis Live: Ending U.S. Complicity in The War Against Yemen
Monday July 16th 7 p.m., All Saints Church, 1340 Lancaster Ave.
Author, speaker, peace activist, and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Kathy Kelly of “Voices for Creative Nonviolence” will be speaking on Yemen. Sponsored by CNY Solidarity and Syracuse Peace Council’s Beyond War and Militarism committee. To learn more, contact Ed or Ann at (315) 478-4571.
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