Rally to Move The Money

Civic NYC • 18 February 2019
Event date 28 Feb '19 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event location New York City Hall • City Hall, New York, 10007, NY, United States
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Join Us! Thursday, February 28th, 10:00 am, on the steps of City Hall to launch the campaign to MOVE THE MONEY!

Councilmember Ydanis Rodriguez has introduced a resolution that criticizes the terribly negative impacts on NYC and its residents of the bloated Pentagon war budget.

We will rally on the steps of city hall Thursday, Feb 28 at 10:00 am to demand the council pass the resolution and to urge the City to hold public hearings and then take action pressuring Congress to change its lopsided spending that overwhelmingly favors weapons and war instead of funding urgently-needed social programs.

★ It’s important to have as many organizations and individuals there to support him and to demand the Council hold public hearings and then take action to
MOVE THE MONEY—From WAR to OUR COMMUNITIES!

★ Please RSVP here and email us at movethemoney.nyc@gmail.com with your commitment to bring as many people as possible.

★ Please email us at movethemoney.nyc@gmail.com if you'd like to add your organization as a co-sponsor!

Sponsored by a growing network of groups under the banner of
MOVE THE MONEY-NYC :
350-Brooklyn • Brooklyn For Peace • Brooklyn Society For Ethical Culture • Citizens Defending Libraries • CODEPINK, New York • Domestic Workers United • Fort Greene Peace • First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Brooklyn Weaving the Fabric of Diversity Committee.• Fort Greene SNAP • Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition • Judson Memorial Church • NYC Chapter of U.S. Labor Against the War • Nuclear Age Peace Foundation • NYS Peace Action • Occupy Kensington Park • Slope United Methodist Church, Social Action Committee • Peace Action Bay Ridge • Queens Peace Council • Salam Arabic Lutheran Church • St. Boniface Peace & Justice Committee • The Manhattan Project for a Nuclear Free World • Veterans For Peace, Chapter 34

 

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7 months agoAdd to Calender 2019-02-28 15:00:00 2019-02-28 15:00:00 Rally to Move The Money Join Us! Thursday, February 28th, 10:00 am, on the steps of City Hall to launch the campaign to MOVE THE MONEY! Councilmember Ydanis Rodriguez has introduced a resolution that criticizes the terribly negative impacts on NYC and its residents of the bloated Pentagon war budget. We will rally on the steps of city hall Thursday, Feb 28 at 10:00 am to demand the council pass the resolution and to urge the City to hold public hearings and then take action pressuring Congress to change its lopsided spending that overwhelmingly favors weapons and war instead of funding urgently-needed social programs. ★ It’s important to have as many organizations and individuals there to support him and to demand the Council hold public hearings and then take action to MOVE THE MONEY—From WAR to OUR COMMUNITIES! ★ Please RSVP here and email us at movethemoney.nyc@gmail.com with your commitment to bring as many people as possible. ★ Please email us at movethemoney.nyc@gmail.com if you'd like to add your organization as a co-sponsor! Sponsored by a growing network of groups under the banner of MOVE THE MONEY-NYC : 350-Brooklyn • Brooklyn For Peace • Brooklyn Society For Ethical Culture • Citizens Defending Libraries • CODEPINK, New York • Domestic Workers United • Fort Greene Peace • First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Brooklyn Weaving the Fabric of Diversity Committee.• Fort Greene SNAP • Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition • Judson Memorial Church • NYC Chapter of U.S. Labor Against the War • Nuclear Age Peace Foundation • NYS Peace Action • Occupy Kensington Park • Slope United Methodist Church, Social Action Committee • Peace Action Bay Ridge • Queens Peace Council • Salam Arabic Lutheran Church • St. Boniface Peace & Justice Committee • The Manhattan Project for a Nuclear Free World • Veterans For Peace, Chapter 34   New York City Hall America/New_York public Economic Justice Peace #militarism #MoveTheMoney