Public Transit Awareness Day, Syracuse press conference 12PM noon
CENTRO Bus Hub – 599 S. Salina St, Syracuse, NY
CENTRO Riders organized by Moving People Transportation Coalition, Part of New Yorkers for Better Public Transit
CENTRO is Starving for Funds:
– Governor’s Budget calls for only 5.32% increase
– But, 50% increase needed over the next 5 years
Sign the Petitionhttps://nytransit.org/sign-the-petition
For More Information contact: Sharon Sherman 315-475-8092 Sharon@SyracuseTenant.org
WEDNESDAY, FEB 27
Join the FREEnewyork Campaign in Albany on February 27th. Take part in powerful actions, a press conference and key meetings with our elected officials. Together we can decarcerate jails & bring our people home. RSVP at: bit.ly/FEB-27
5PM – 7PM | Bishop Harrison Diocesan Center – 1342 Lancaster Ave, Syracuse, NY
Great vegetarian and vegan food and great company. Gluten free options available. Sliding scale donation starting at $0 to whatever you are able to give to support our work.
5:30PM – 7PM | The Tech Garden – 235 Harrison St, Syracuse, NY
Soul to Soul: I-81 is a 4-part series for diverse professionals, residing in CNY, to engage in a community dialogue. Each week we will learn and discuss how this project will affect the future of our city. The series is hosted by Central New York Roots and sponsored by NYCLU. Special guest speakers and/or presenters will join us each week.
THURSDAY, FEB 28
NOTE: RESCHEDULED for March 4th
12PM – 1PM | 440 S Warren St, Syracuse, NY
We’re calling on John to support H.R. 1 to help fix our democracy! Join us at noon this Thursday to call on John Katko to support HR-1! It’s time to fix our Democracy!
5PM – 9PM | Newhouse Center for Global Engagement – 215 University Ave, Syracuse, NY
Confronting issues of equality, privilege, and justice will be the focus of this evening experience hosted by the Newhouse Center for Global Engagement and Syracuse University. Audience members will be surrounded by the imagery and sounds of South Africa while being encouraged to participate in panel discussions through the rotating open panel chair.
5:30PM – 7:30PM | 2308 Grant Blvd, Syracuse, NY
The City of Syracuse is partnering with the Trauma Response Team and Zivics, a local startup company, to develop an application which will:
• Alert users to traumatic and emergency events within the community
• Connect people to community healing events
• Identify community activities geared towards reducing and avoiding violence and helping others who have been exposed to traumatic events
Join us for a community co-design workshop and help us develop this new tool. Food and kids’ activities will be provided so bring your family with you.
5:30PM – 7PM | South Side Innovation Center – 2610 S Salina St, Syracuse, NY
Join us for our second annual address to the community, “We Rise Together, Bridging the Gap”, presented by Linda Brown Robinson, President of the Syracuse Onondaga NAACP. RSVP by clicking going on this event or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
7PM – 9PM | ArtRage Gallery – 505 Hawley Ave, Syracuse, NY
Join us as we welcome Oren R. Lyons Jr., a Native American Faithkeeper of the Turtle Clan of the Seneca Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy, Onondaga Council of Chiefs, to ArtRage to speak on this important issue. Oren Lyons will speak in connection with Michael Greenlar’s photography exhibition “Kokom Lena of the First Nation Algonquin”
8PM – Feb 28, March 1, & 2 | 2PM – March 2 & 3
SALTspace Performing Arts Center – 103 Wyoming St, Syracuse, NY
SATURDAY, MARCH 2
11AM – 12PM | Lyncourt School – 2707 Court St, Syracuse NY
Join Senator Rachel May (SD-53) for a town hall in partnership with Fair Elections for New York to discuss elections reform and any other topics that are important to you. Come and join the conversation.
12PM – 1:30PM | Broadway Cafe and Arctic Island – 210 W Seneca Tpke, Syracuse, NY
Grab something to eat and see what the petitioning process is all about! Whether you’re a first-time volunteer or a seasoned vet, we welcome everyone to stop by – and bring a friend! Afterwards, we will hit the ground and put to use our new found petitioning skills!
2PM – 4PM | Skä•noñh – Great Law of Peace Center – 6680 Onondaga Lake Pkwy, Liverpool, NY
Joe Wawatie, the grandson of the subject of our newest temporary exhibit – Kokom Lena of the First Nation Algonquin – will speak at the Center on Saturday, March 2nd beginning at 2 pm. This event is free with admission to the Center ($4-$5).
TUESDAY, MARCH 5
New York Counts 2020
Albany Lobby Day is your chance to let your elected state representatives know the importance of funding community-led efforts for the 2020 census. Sign Petition: bit.ly/fund Register for Lobby Day: bit.ly/Albanycensus
Please save the date for the upcoming events:
5:30PM – 8:30PM | Otro Cinco Admission $10
6PM – 7:30PM – Online
12PM Syracuse Center for Excellence
1PM – 4PM – Cafe Sankofa Cooperative
March 18, 2019 – Dr. Ira Helfand Moving Back from the Brink: Countering the Growing Threat of Nuclear War
7PM – 9PM – ArtRage Gallery
Sponsored by the Beyond War and Militarism and Nuclear Free Word Committee of Syracuse Peace Council
Saturday April 13th 9AM – 3:30 PM Bishop Harrison Diocesan Center
Please take a few minutes to complete this survey to help us finalize the list of workshops which will be offered: