CNY Solidarity Coalition

Community Event Calendar Dec 17 – 24th

Confronting Corruption Syracuse Photo Credit: Julio Urrutia

Dear CNYSC members and supporters, 

This past Sunday’s coalition meeting we were fortunate to hear from Chris Ryan, Dustin Czarny, Helen Hudson, and Michael O’Neil on their thoughts regarding fair elections and redistricting. If you missed it, the live stream video can still be viewed on the CNYSC facebook page. Follow FairMapsCNY on facebook and please see the upcoming strategy meeting scheduled for January 4th. 

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Regarding our upcoming Day-Long White Privilege Workshop:

The working group is excited to announce that the collaborative project has received partial funding from the Gifford Foundation’s “What-if” Mini Grant. 

In order to better prepare for the day, the previously anticipated date of  January will be moved to March 2020. We are looking for volunteers and potential attendees to help us choose the best date. Please take a moment to fill out your preferred date of March 7 or March 28 by completing the doodle below by the end of this week – Friday, December 20th.  https://doodle.com/poll/dqmdsxcpfh964pag

We are looking for additional volunteers! To be added to our volunteer list, to donate items or funds, or for further questions, contact Marianna.kaufman@gmail.com


COMMUNITY OUTREACH EVENT CALENDAR DEC 17-24

Silent Protest Every Tuesday 12:00 – 12:15 PM at Katko’s Office

440 S Warren St, Syracuse

Outraged? Join us to give a weekly reminder to Congressman Katko that we are not okay with his complicity with GOP/Trump human rights violations. 12:00-12:15 pm Tuesdays at 440 South Warren St., Syracuse

An Assembly in Support of All Immigrants

Every Saturday until they close the camps, we’ll gather from 11:30-12:00 noon on the sidewalk adjacent to the paid parking at the Regional Transportation Center, directly across the street from the Regional Market. Feel free to bring your own sign; we’ll also have a bunch of printed standard signs to share. More details here

Trump Is Not Above the Law – Night Before House Impeachment Vote

Tuesday Dec 17th 5:30 PM  – 6:30 PM · James M. Hanley Federal Building 100 S Clinton St

On the evening before the House of Representatives votes on articles of impeachment against President Trump, community members will gather outside the Hanley Federal Building to demand the President be held accountable. Already, we’ve seen Trump exhibit a new level of lawlessness. Withholding military aid to pressure a foreign leader into digging up dirt on a political rival is an unprecedented abuse of power that is clearly an impeachable offense. Join us at the federal building to send a message that nobody is above the law.
https://www.impeach.org/event/impeach-and-remove/125707/signup/?akid&zip&source&s&fbclid=IwAR24gqra4qcocFcEzSIop9wT-ZtSaIv7fL_SOST022ba3R7hdxfBCAJ0ll8

 The Earth and Other Blessings: Readings and Songs from the Book

Tuesday Dec 17th 7 PM – 9PM · Skä•noñh – Great Law of Peace Center

 Enjoy a evening filled with rhythm and rhymes, rooted from The Earth and Other Blessings: Readings and Songs from the Book of Blessings and Poems by Jack Manno (member of the executive committee of the Skä·noñh-Great Law of Peace Center and the Neighbors of Onondaga Nation and Emeritus Professor of Environmental Science and Forestry); Earth Blessing Directed by Danan Tsan.

The event starts at 7 pm on December 17th, at the Skä·noñh-Great Law of Peace Center and the sliding scale admission allows the center to host more events like this.

December 17 Meet & Greet hosted by Mannion for State Senate

Tuesday Dec 17th 7PM – 9PM Auburn, New York

Join us for a meet and greet with John Mannion running for State Senate in New York’s 50th. Auburn, NY (address upon RSVP) RSVP Here: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/dec17bush
For additional information contact Christina at (315) 256-7697.

 World AIDS Day Service of Remembrance

Wed, Dec 18 11:30 AM – 12 PM · University United Methodist Church- 324 University Ave, Syracuse

A service of remembrance of those who have died from AIDS or HIV. Light refreshments available following.

Worker Cooperative Workshop Series

Wed, Dec 18th 12PM – 1PM · Syracuse Coworks 555 S Clinton St, Syracuse

Employee-Ownership redistributes assets and capital to a larger demographic, sustains longevity of tax bases and jobs, and strengthens neighborhoods and business districts. 

Join us to review, converse, and analyze worker cooperatives as an employee-ownership strategy for your business, your industry, your neighborhood, and your city!

Workshop Topics Include:
– What is a Co-Op?
– Steps to Organizing a Co-Op
– Co-Op Decision Making Process

Mid-December Swimming Beach Resistance Meeting

Wed, Dec 18th 12PM – 1:30 PM · 512 Jamesville Ave, Syracuse

We are working on 2 letter-writing campaigns and preparing for the next stage of public input on the County’s beach plan. Don’t forget; Onondaga Lake is still a toxic Superfund site. A swimming beach could expose members of our community to hazardous chemicals. Tea and coffee will be provided! Please RSVP to Hil Caput.

 

Bernie on the Ballot Barnstorm in Syracuse NY!

Wed, Dec 18th 6PM – 8PM · Aloft Syracuse Inner Harbor 310 West Kirkpatrick St, Syracuse

Come together with fellow Bernie supporters to join our historic campaign to defeat Trump and transform America. We’ll get together to plan for ensuring Bernie is on the ballot in New York State!

This event will be a formal training on petitioning and will also serve as a planning session on our efforts in the district and NYS as a whole. A staff organizer will be there to answer questions and make sure everyone is comfortable and ready to collect signatures!

Timeline: – 6:00pm: Doors open. – 6:00 – 6:30pm: Volunteers arrive and get situated. – 6:30 – 7:30pm: Barnstorm training. – 7:30pm – 8:00pm: Distribute materials and finalize plans.

Free Gaza – weekly demonstrations 

Fridays 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm (every Friday)  Corner of East Genesee St. and Erie Blvd, DeWitt

Our friday afternoon demos in dewitt continue – these try to call attention to the very much ignored but systematic 

IDF killing and maiming of nonviolent activists at the gaza border. But please note that — due to the deepening cold and the encroaching darkness — we’ve adjusted our hours to 4 to 4:30 p.m. every  Friday.

Over one year after the Great March of Return protests began at the Gaza-Israel border, Palestinians in Gaza are still demanding their internationally-recognized right to return to the homes they were displaced from in 1948. The protests have continued at the border every Friday, and Israeli snipers have continued to meet them with excessive force, resulting in hundreds of deaths and thousands more injuries since the Great March began on March 30, 2018. Join us to stand up for human rights – bring your own sign or borrow one of ours.

Bike Give Away

Sat, Dec 21st 9AM – 10AM · PSLA at Fowler High School 227 Magnolia St Syracuse

Annual Bike Give Away. Bike donations may be dropped off at the NY State Fairgrounds now until Dec 19.

Sandwich Saturday #IfWeEatTheyEat

Sat, Dec 21st 10 AM · Lincoln Middle School 1613 James St

Join us this Saturday, December 21, as we prepare sack lunches for our beloved homeless friends. Bring your family and spend a day in service to others. You will enjoy being with other servants of the community as well as spend time getting to know the people we serve. In addition to sack lunches, we will also be handing out hygiene items, clothing and other basic living necessities. Sandwich Saturday will be held at 

Lincoln Middle School 1613 James Street 

If you would like to help in our efforts by donating food, the following items are needed: Turkey meat, Cheese, Wheat bread, Juice boxes, Chips, Granola bars Wearable men, women, and children coats, hats, gloves, and scarves, hand warmers
Call or message us to coordinate a drop off time. 315 491 7164
For monetary donations:
Mail or drop off at our office Monday-Friday 9am-5pm, Saturday 8am-1:30pm 404 Oak St.
Ste 111 Syracuse, NY 13203 Use PayPal at weriseabovethestreets@gmail.com Cashapp: $Alamin44 

Immigrant Solidarity Food Fundraiser: Tamales, Tacos, Tortillas!

Sun, Dec 22nd 2PM – 5PM  · Park Central Presbyterian Church 504 E Fayette St, Syracuse

Support Immigrant families this holiday season by placing an order with the Immigrant Solidarity Food Fundraiser. 

Sales of tamales, tacos and
tortillas will raise funds for legal expenses and living costs for families in
our community who are fighting to stay together.

Vegan and Chicken tamales, tacos, and FRESH TORTILLAS available.

Get your tamales in time for the holidays and support immigrant families fighting to stay together in the face of Trump’s deportation machine.

ORDER BY: The order form will
close at 4:00 PM on Friday, December 20 (make sure you place your order before
then!! 🙂 http://bit.ly/CNYTamalesFundraiser

PICK UP DATE: SUNDAY DECEMBER 22
PICK UP TIME: 2pm-5pm
PICK UP LOCATION: Park Central Presbyterian Church, 504 East Fayette St. Syracuse NY 13202
PAYMENT ACCEPTED: Cash upon pick-up & Venmo: Arely-Tomas


Save the Date and/or Register

Fair Maps CNY Strategy meeting Saturday January 4th 10 AM · Freedom of Espresso

CNY Solidarity Coalition: Biannual Membership Meeting Sunday January 5th 3PM – 5PM @ TBD

Women March in Seneca Falls2020 EPIC Weekend Friday Jan 17 –Sunday Jan 19 Auburn and Seneca Falls

Support the CNY Solidarity Coalition by making a donation online to help us cover technology, printing and other expenses. Thank you. *Donations are not tax deductible


Volunteers needed:

Interested in helping with the website, data entry? Contact elaine@iammeinteractive.com

Interested in helping to distribute CNYSC brochures? Contact barry@barrygordon.com 

Interested in helping to welcome new members? Contact marianna.kaufman@gmail.com

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