Yesterday, over 600 cities including New York City marched worldwide and many of these of these satellite marches are signing on to become a permanent part of the March for Science network.
Josephine Aronson was among the speakers addressing the crowd that had gathered at One Police Plaza bringing light to the very serious issue of child sex trafficking, abuse and pedophilia.
At least 200 demonstrators in support of the Black Lives Matter movement came out to tell the public that Mayor De Blasio is not the progressive leader he tries to portray himself to be.
Our communities are under siege as we live in the instability and crisis that resulted from the Mayor’s rezoning policy that is displacing us from the places that seek refuge.
A crowd of around 40 or so gathered at Union Square park on Thursday with Noche Diaz of the NYC Revolution Club speaking about the public being passive.
A coalition representing dozens of grassroots groups and labor organizations organized a number of actions in support of labor campaigns, migrant rights, Sanctuary Campus campaigns, and others.
Props of bloody coat hangers were handed out at Columbus Circle illustrating what many women went through when dealing with an unwanted pregnancy before safe, legal abortions.
The Standing Rock rally was held at 1:00 pm, then we marched at 2:00. The march began in front of the New York Public Library and went to Trump Tower and beyond.
“This was turned over to the civil rights division. These are the people who were supposed to have looked at this case”, said Nicholas Heyward Sr.
Tens of thousands were protesting in NYC and in cities around the U.S. yesterday on the President’s Day holiday against Trump on issues including immigration, climate change.