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NYC Sunday Potluck with NYC Refuse Fascism & Stop Mass Incarceration Network

Sunday, December 3, 2 PM – 5:00 PM

The LGBT Center, 208 W. 13 St. NYC Map Here.

RSVP and share the Facebook event page here.


Refuse Fascism takes the message into Midtown Manhattan!

Warm up with a potluck shared with old and new friends. Join us at the LGBT Center for music, good food and good times. Let's talk about what we've been doing and what comes next. Bring a dish and friends! All ages are welcome.

Sunday, December 3, 2 PM – 5:00 PM

The LGBT Center, 208 W. 13 St. NYC
[between 7th and 8th Avenues] #1/2/3 or A/C/E/L to 14th Street

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NYC Speak OUT Against Sexual Harassment and Degradation of Women

Trump/Pence Must Go!
Wednesday, December 6 at 5:30 PM
Trump Tower, 57th St. & 5th Ave. NYC

RSVP and share the Facebook event page here.

As women are courageously calling out sexual predation, harassment and rape, the Trump/Pence Regime is throwing its weight behind the Christian fascist and accused child molester Roy Moore. This is a slap in the face to women everywhere. Speak Out! Rise Up!

Make a donation to the NYC chapter of Refuse Fascism to help cover the costs of printing posters, stickers, and other materials for the protest.




We received this from People’s Archive of Police Violence in Cleveland

December 1, 2017

We are writing to make sure you are aware of the interactive website, The People’s Archive of Police Violence in Cleveland. It has been established to allow for ongoing instances of police abuse to be brought into the light of day as one step on the path to justice. Completely anonymously, people may upload their written, audio or video narrative and other videos and photos of police violence to the website.

It contains dozens of firsthand accounts of police violence and the struggle for justice, especially from 2014 to 2016, in Cleveland, Ohio, USA.

We hope you will find this website informative and useful. We would be happy to hear any comments you may have after giving it some of your attention. We are encouraging people to help publicize the archive by posting the link to the site on your own website and/or sharing our Facebook page. Thank you for your work exposing and combatting injustice.

Contact: People’s Archive of Police Violence in Cleveland here.

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Dec 12 - 5 PM to 8 PM: Dacia Gallery 53 Stanton St, New York, New York 10002

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