Spring into Street Heat with the Syracuse Peace Council
Exposing Hancock’s Weaponized Reaper Drones
Starting in April, there are more opportunities to be out in the streets with messages of peace and social justice. Please join us—bring a sign or use one of ours. Contact Ann Tiffany or Ed Kinane at 315-478-4571
April 30 – Adams and Almond
May 7 – Hancock AirBase, (174th Attack Wing)
May 14 – E. Genesee St. and Erie Blvd. East
Every Saturday 9-9:45am:
Regional Market main entrance (Park St.)
Tuesday April 30th 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM · ArtRage Gallery 505 Hawley Ave, Syracuse
Presented as part of The Gifford Foundation “What If…” Film Series. In partnership with GreeningUSA.
A look at NYC’s gentrification and growing inequality in a microcosm, Class Divide explores two distinct worlds that share the same Chelsea intersection – 10th Avenue and 26th Street. On one side of the avenue, the Chelsea-Elliot Houses have provided low-income public housing to
residents for decades. Their neighbor across the avenue since 2012 is Avenues: The World School, a costly private school. What happens when kids from both of these worlds attempt to cross the divide?
Free and open to the public. Followed by a
Tuesday April 30th 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Tuesday May 7th 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Tuesday May 28th 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Tuesday June 4th 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
· May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society 3800 E Genesee St
Unpacking white dominant culture – This FREE Workshop
is for white people who want to challenge the racism around them and who want a better understanding of how white privilege and racism operate systemically in society and inside of them. This will also assist white people who are searching for a way to strengthen their work for racial justice. Facilitators:
Rev. Jo VonRue, May Memorial; Linda Malik, ACTS community organizer
Registration ends Thursday, 4/25–Please email
firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to participate–no walk ins allowed. You will receive confirmation of your registration on Friday, 4/26.
Wednesday May 1st 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM · 2013 E Genesee St, Syracuse
Come to our May Day screening of Sorry to Bother
you, a film showing the ills of capitalism.
Doors open at 6:30PM, we ask that everyone wear green in support of Green Light NY, a campaign to restore access to Driver’s Licenses for all New Yorkers. Please bring a snack to share
Ven a nuestra proyección de “Lo siento para
molestarte” en el Primero de Mayo, una película que muestra los males del
Las puertas se abren a las 6:30 pm, pedimos que todos se pongan verde en apoyo de Green Light NY, una campaña para restaurar el acceso a las licencias de conducir para todos los neoyorquinos. Por favor traiga un refrigerio para compartir
Thursday May 2nd 10:30 AM – 11:15 AM · Syracuse City Hall 233 E Washington St, Syracuse
Join the team from Hansen’s and the City of Syracuse Common Council on May 2nd at 10:30 AM at City Hall for a press event on fossil fuel divestment at the state level. More details to come!
Thursday May 2nd 5PM – 8PM · PressRoom Pub Historic Herald Square 220 Herald Place, Syracuse
It’s Throwback Thursday at the PressRoom Pub on May 2nd to benefit Syracuse Habitat’s Women Build! Tickets are $15/person, available at syracusehabitat.org or at the door. For questions, please call
Syracuse Habitat at 315-422-2230.
Panel Discussion: The Viaduct Must Come Down
Thursday May2nd 6PM @ Community Folk Art Center 805 East Genesee St., Syracuse
The fight to restore racial justice and equity in I-81’s replacement.
For years, residents of Central New York have been discussing the replacement of I-81 in Syracuse. With the release of the draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) imminent, it is important for the voices of those who have been directly impacted by the initial build and will be impacted in the replacement by centered in the viaduct’s replacement. Join the NYCLU and experts as we discuss how to approach the DEIS, the need for a robust public comment period, and why we believe the viaduct must come down!
Panelists: Jay Arzu, MPA – Transportation Equity Research Fellow at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
Lanessa Chaplin, Esq. – I-81 Project Counsel at the New York Civil Liberties Union
Dr. Lemir Teron, PhD – Environmental Studies Professor at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Moderator: Yusuf Abdul-Qadir, Central New York Chapter Director, New York Civil Liberties Union
Reception: A reception with light refreshments and a cash bar will be available before the panel discussion.
This event is organized by the NYCLU Central New York Chapter.
Thursday May 2nd 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM · 2013 E Genesee St, Syracuse
Monthly organization meeting. Anyone interested in joining is welcome. We will be meeting in the common area on the second floor. Wheelchair accessible. Please do not wear any fragrances. Spanish translation can be provided.
Reunión mensual de la organización. Cualquier
persona interesada en unirse es bienvenida. Nos reuniremos en el área común en el segundo piso. Silla de ruedas accesible. Por favor, no use ninguna fragancia. Traducción en español puede ser proporcionada.
Solvay Meet And Greet hosted by Misse Ross for County Legislature
Thursday May 2nd 7PM – 9PM @ Bridge Street Tavern
Please join us for the first community conversation in Solvay. Misse is a democratic candidate running to represent the 15th district of the Onondaga County Legislature, a strong believer in continuous conversation and engagement between representatives and the communities they serve.
Friday May 3rd 9PM · Red House Arts Center, Inc.
Brownskin Band will be performing for the Gala’s after party starting at 9:00pm. The after party general admission tickets are $25 and are available on Hopeprint.org
Friday May 3rd · ArtRage Gallery 505 Hawley
BETTER MAY THAN NEVER! A BELATED NATIONAL POETRY MONTH CELEBRATION!
Join us for a night of spoken word, live music,
and beautiful art!
Friday, May 3rd at 7:30pm (doors open at 7pm) at ArtRage Gallery!
Featuring Mayhem Poetry, Alandra Michele, and YOU! (OPEN MIC PORTION TO FOLLOW FEATURED ARTISTS)
Live music provided by Bryon Cage and guest!
Light refreshments included with your $10 at the door!
FROM THE EARTH Arts & Crafts Show
Sat May 4 – 10am–5pm
Onondaga Nation School, NY-11A, Nedrow, NY
Sponsored by the Onondaga Nation School. All are welcome to enjoy the social dancing, music, jewelry, sculpture, baskets, paintings, beadwork, raffles and more. Plus great food.
Paint & Sip Fundraiser hosted by Billue Campaign
Saturday May 4th 6PM – 8:30 PM · Cafe Sankofa Cooperative 2323 S. Salina St
Twiggy is an candidate that is looking to gain an seat on Syracuse City School District Board.
Tuesday May 7th 6:30 PM · Stout Beard Brewing Company 126 Dell St
Whether your issue is the opioid crisis, the $21 trillion national debt, a healthy economy where businesses have an equal chance to compete, the rights of states to make their own election laws, or affordable healthcare, in order to win meaningful lasting reform, we must fix our constitution first so our government serves people, not lobbyists and campaign donors.
Speaking will be Rosie Smith, American Promise
Citizen Empowerment Coordinator.
You’ll meet an active group of citizen leaders preparing to meet with legislators, engage with the media, and present to the public, all about the problem of money in politics and, more importantly, about the solution of a 28th Amendment to reverse a series of Supreme Court decisions which likened money to speech and gave constitutional rights meant for people to corporations and unions.
Tuesday May 7th 7 PM – 8:30 PM · ArtRage Gallery 505 Hawley Ave, Syracuse
Join us for the first hub meeting and initial launch of the Sunrise CNY chapter! Sunrise CNY is the newly formed Central New York hub of the Sunrise Movement – “a movement to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process.”
Join us to learn more about Sunrise and learn how
you can get involved in organizing for climate justice in CNY. We’ll be talking about the Sunrise Movement on a national level, the growing grassroots momentum for a Green New Deal, plans to organize a GND Town Hall in Syracuse, and other organizing priorities for the Sunrise CNY chapter. Learn more about the Sunrise Movement at sunrisemovement.org.
Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @SunriseCNY
Questions? Reach us at SunriseCNY@gmail.com
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