With Liberty and Justice for All: Non-Citizens and Democratic Rights

Date 

Add to My Calendar Saturday, March 1, 2008

Location 

The New York Coalition to Expand Voting Rights in partenariat with the National Lawyers Guild of New York University presents:


With Liberty and Justice for All: Non-Citizens and Democratic Rights:
Putting Theory into Practice: Organizing for Change


Keynote Speaker: Council Member Hiram Monserrate.
City Council Voting Analysis by Chris Boye
Workshops: Legislative action, media strategy, public education and community organizing.
Strategy by Borough


This event is free and open to the public, but RSVP is recommended to secure your seat and help with planning.


*Lunch will be provided for participants in the Saturday session.


For those who will attend Saturday, please RSVP by close of business Wednesday, February 26 so that organizers can order the right amount of food.


Time: 11am-1p


To RSVP please email events@worldpolicy.org or call 212 481 5005 and choosing Option 2.
For more information contact: David Andersson , Center of Cultures - 917 378 8758 david@davanaweb.com
Please take a few minutes to complete The Immigrant Voting Project Community Survey, which is about immigrants and voting. The survey is designed to gather information about immigrant communities in New York City. What are the main issues facing immigrants? How well does local government provide services? How would noncitizen voting rights in local elections affect New York City politics?

You can access the survey, which is confidential and anonymous, at www.immigrantvoting.org. If you wish to receive paper copies of the survey, please send an email request to info@immigrantvoting.org or call 212-220-1246. We will send you a copy (or multiple copies) and a return envelop.
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The New York Coalition to Expand Voting Rights
http://www.immigrantvoting.org/Coalition/nycevr.html

Last modified 

February 22, 2008