Rally To Extend the Millionaires Tax and Strengthen Rent Laws
Monday, March 28th, 11 AM
Meet up at northeast corner of 51st St. and Park Ave.
REBNY President Steve Spinola is destroying NY through his support of the millionaires tax cut as board member of the Committee to “Save” New York and through his role in the expiration of the rent laws as president of REBNY! Join RTTC-NYC and the 99% to demand Spinola support the extension of the millionaires’ tax and strengthening the rent laws to repeal Vacancy Destabilization!
Protest and Street Theater to Demand That Millionaires Pay Their Fair Share!
Tuesday, March 29th, 5:30 PM
Meet up at Chase Plaza on Park Avenue between 47th and 48th Sts.
While millionaires can now look forward to tax breaks the rest of us are facing devastating cut backs as Cuomo sets out to break the backs of the most vulnerable New Yorkers and destroy NY in misguided attempts to fix this revenue crisis. Join RTTC-NYC and the 99% for an evening of music street theater and resistance to Demand that Millionaires Pay their Fair Share!
TWU 100 Albany Lobby Day
Tuesday, March 29, 6 AM departure
Departure locations in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx and Westchester
For more information, call 646-539-2069 or visit http://www.twulocal100.org
Planning meeting for New Yorkers Against Budget Cuts: Students-Labor-Communities United
Wednesday, March 30 at 6 PM at DC 37 headquarters, 125 Barclay St., Room 2
The Day of Rage was just the beginning. We need to build a bigger, stronger movement against budget cuts. Join New Yorkers Against Budget Cuts: Students-Labor-Communities United, the organizers of the March 24th Day of Rage Against the Cuts, for their next meeting to strategize about how we can continue fighting against budget cuts that lay off workers and take vital services away from the working class, communities of color, the unemployed, the elderly, and the homeless. There are many upcoming actions that need our support, and we need to begin looking ahead to the city’s budget, which will continue the attacks against our communities.
Take the 1/2/3 or E to Park Place, the A/C to Chambers St, or the N/R to City Hall.
For more information, email email@example.com.
HOLD OBAMA ACCOUNTABLE: ANTI-WAR DEMONSTRATION
Tuesday, March 29, 2011 in Harlem, 5 PM – 8 PM, Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd (Between 125th & 126th Streets)
The Obama Doctrine: Bombing Libya for “Regime Change” & Oil
On March 29th Obama attends a $30,000 plate dinner in the gentrified up-scale Red Rooster. Harlem’s annual median income is $25,000 less than the $30,000 plate dinner for one night. Nearly 50% of Black men in NYC are jobless. A cruise missile cost $1 million each. 126 cruise missiles were fired on Libya the first day.
Sponsor: Harlem Fightback Against War at Home & Abroad. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Website to download flyer: http://harlemfightback.wordpress.com/
Tell Cuomo: No Justice, No Peace
Occupy The Capital March 30th in Albany
Buses from New York will leave at 11 AM from Hunter College (68th St and Lexington Ave) and Penn Station
Visit https://march24ny.wordpress.com/albany-protest for the exact location of the Penn Station bus
One bus will return to New York Wednesday evening, the other will return Thursday morning (or later)
Please email email@example.com to reserve a seat on the Hunter bus and firstname.lastname@example.org for the Penn Station bus
Governor Cuomo is balancing his budget on the backs of the most vulnerable New Yorkers, all to give a massive tax break to the very wealthy. If his budget is passed, Cuomo will have perpetrated the largest transfer of wealth from regular New Yorkers to the wealthy in the history of our state. Cuomo’s budget isn’t just bad for regular New Yorkers and the most vulnerable—it’s bad for the future of our state. Cuomo’s budget makes no sense. His cuts aren’t cuts—they’re scars that will destroy communities while impeding growth, and make our state less attractive to anyone that would want to move here and add to our economy. He is, in effect, creating a larger deficit and more cuts to pay for a tax break for the wealthiest New Yorkers.
We are the 99%. We represent New York—unfortunately, our Governor does not. Ninety-nine percent of New Yorkers would not be effected by keeping our current progressive tax system, but many of us would be severely hurt by Cuomo’s unnecessary cuts and his tax giveaway to the wealthiest. New Yorkers know that—and that’s why they disagree with Cuomo’s plan to cut taxes for the wealthiest by a two-to-one margin. Join RTTC-NYC and the 99% to demand a state budget that meets these demands:
* Strengthen the Rent Laws and Repeal Vacancy Destabilization*
* Extend the Millionaires Tax*
* Save our children and students from devastating education cuts*
Adjunct Project Workshop Series
“I’m Stickin’ to the Union!”: Nuts and Bolts of the PSC and our Contract Campaign
Wednesday, March 30th, 6:30pm
CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Ave @34th St, room 5414
PSC-CUNY Special Delegate Assembly meeting on the contract campaign
Thursday, March 31st, 6:30pm
PSC headquarters, 61 Broadway, 16th flr.
Unite and Win: Stand up for Workers’ Rights
April 4, 2011, 5 PM
City Hall Park, New York City Between Broadway, Park Row and Chambers Street (Southern End of the Park)
United National Antiwar Committee antiwar march
Saturday, April 9
International Workers Day
Sunday, May 1 at noon, Union Square
Organized by the Mar 1st Coalition