CNY Solidarity Coalition

United in defense of our community and our neighbors

Action Alerts – Week of July 19, 2021

CNY Solidarity members and supporters:

Please find below the weekly action alerts from Indivisible NY24. 

Our principal focus remains on supporting the democracy reform efforts in Congress. This means passing S.1: For the People Act, the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, D.C. statehood, and other key reform bills. These bills will increase our democracy’s chance of surviving the ongoing attacks upon it.   

Tuesday (July 19)

The Federal Government just released its draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) on the I-81 Project and invites comments from the public until September 17. You can sign a petition calling for a set aside of jobs for the local community and get more information here.

Saturday (July 24)

Rally to Support Democracy Reform

11 a.m. in front of Wegman’s in DeWitt.

Save the Date for These Upcoming Events

Aug 14: Noon March for Urban Jobs Taskforce on I-81.

Aug. 15:  CNY Solidarity Meeting, 3pm

Aug 17: Zoom Hearings on I-81, 11 a.m. and 5 p.m..

Aug 18: Live Hearing on I-81 at the OnCenter, 3 p.m..

Sept. 12: CNY Solidarity Meeting, 3pm

Sept. 26: CNY Solidarity Meeting, 3pm

Oct. 3: CNY Solidarity meeting, 3pm

Oct. 8: Voter registration deadline for 2021 general election.

Oct. 17: CNY Solidarity meeting, 3pm 

Oct. 23-31: In -person early voting for general election. 

Oct. 31: CNY Solidarity meeting, 3pm

Tue., Nov. 2: Election day (2021 general election). In addition to important races for Onondaga County Legislature, the ballot will include state constitutional amendments to authorize no fault absentee voting and same-day voter registration. 

Nov. 14: CNY Solidarity meeting, 3pm

Today and every day, be sure to follow us online and on social media. Check out our Website and our Instagram. Follow us on Twitter @CNYSolidarity and @IndivisibleNY24 and Facebook:  and

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In Solidarity,


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