8:00 am08:00

Rise Up 5k

  • TBD

On Saturday, July 1, 2017, people of all walks of life, ethnicities, religions, and sexual orientations will RISE UP together across the nation for the world’s largest running/walking event. With a collective voice of footsteps, we will run to the cadence of liberty, freedom, and justice for ALL. Join today and make history. RISE UP. RUN. BE HEARD.

Can’t join us on July 1st? Then support the cause by registering for the RISE UP 5K - NATIONAL VIRTUAL RUN. Click here to learn more.


The Rise Up 5K is a national event located in over 300 U.S. cities, including this one in New York, NY.   If the New York event has more than 100 registrants by June 1st, we will assign a local event coordinator who will secure a course, coordinate the volunteers, and manage packet pick up and race day.  Registrants and volunteers will receive an email in early June which will contain the New York event coordinator’s contact information, the Rise Up 5K - New York, NY location, and details regarding when and where packets containing a commemorative bib and race shirt may be picked up.

If the New York event does not reach 100 registrants by June 1st, registrants will be notified by email that the Rise Up 5K - New York, NY will be a Virtual Run and your race packet will be mailed to you prior to race day.  On July 1st, you can participate by running anywhere!  Options include coordinating a group run with other local registrants on the Rise Up 5K - New York, NY Facebook Page or traveling to another Rise Up 5K location near you.

If you would like to become the New York event coordinator or assist with event coordination, please register to volunteer, indicate your prior event/race directing experience, and we will contact you.


When you register, you will receive a confirmation email containing your personal COUPON CODE to share with friends, family, and co-workers. Become a Rise Up Ambassador by recruiting registrants using email and social media.


  • When:  Saturday, July 1, 2017 at 8:00AM
  • Location: New York, NY.  The exact location to be announced on June 1st.
  • Registration includes:  a race shirt, commemorative bib, and net proceeds going to the civil liberty charities of choice.
  • Awards: will be given to the top 5 overall finishers.


Women’s Rights: Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. | The Center for Reproductive Rights

Climate Change: Natural Resources Defense Council

Immigrants’ Rights: The National Immigration Law Center

LGBTQ Rights: The Trevor Project

Civil Rights: The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Foundation | The Southern Poverty Law Center


12:00 pm12:00

Women's March to Ban the Bomb!

  • Dag Hammarskjold Plz

Nuclear weapons are about to be banned and we need your voice! 

Women Ban the Bomb is a women-led initiative building on the momentum of movements at the forefront of the resistance, including the Women’s March on Washington. It will bring together people of all genders, sexual orientations, ages, races, abilities, nationalities, cultures, faiths, political affiliations and backgrounds to march on 17 June 2017 in New York City.

12:00 PM meet at the assembly point outside of Bryant Park along W40th Ave street. Join the movement get inspired, build solidarity, make some friends and get ready to march!

12:30 PM march begins along route outlined above ending at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza were rally begins!

1:15 PM-4:00 PM Rally at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza with speakers, booths and musical performances.


Musical Performance: 

If you are interested in volunteering, getting involved or having a booth at our event please visit our website:

www.womenbanthebomb.org for more information!

To Donate Please contribute to our GoFundMe Campaign!

Sponsored by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, a steering group member of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN).

6:00 pm18:00

NYC Pride 2017: The Rally

  • Foley Square

NYC Pride is taking the Rally back into the streets! LGBT rights and human rights are under attack by the current political environment. Join community activists, organizers, politicians, and more for this unprecedented moment in our history. Take a stand, show up in force, and make your voice heard in this re-imagined Rally experience. 

The first NYC Pride Rally occurred one month after the Stonewall Riots in June 1969, when 500 people gathered for a “Gay Power” demonstration in Washington Square Park followed by a candlelight vigil in Sheridan Square. NYC Pride has continued this proud tradition by hosting the event in various locations throughout the city. 

This is a free event and all ages are welcome. Learn more about this event at nycpride.org/events/the-rally .

6:00 am06:00

Trumps Birthday Protest NYC

  • Trump Tower

We will start at Union Square then go to Trump Tower

This is for everyone. Bring friends and family. Bring your anger for the administration. Bring your megaphone. Lets show Trump what NYC can do

This in support of:
Freedom to resist
Black Lives Matter

This is against:
ICE raids
Bombing of innocent people
Police brutality

This is in support of a cause that goes beyond any religion or race. Humanity. In the name of humanity go against dehumanization

The protest will need to be loud. Bring your mega phones. Most importantly, bring your support. All human rights organizations are welcome and encouraged

Still in the process of getting a permit.
We will gather at Union Square and march to Trump Tower. Lets have his birthday be worth something

2:00 pm14:00

5th Annual March Across the Brooklyn Bridge #Wear Orange

  • Brooklyn Bridge


Help us make our fifth annual March Across the Brooklyn Bridge even BIGGER and BETTER and BRIGHTER than ever! 

This year, we'll be marching as part of the national #WearOrangemovement to raise awareness about the 90 Americans killed each day by gun violence. More info coming soon - RSVP here so we can send you the details: http://act.everytown.org/event/wear-orange-2017_attend/6072

What is #WearOrange? In 2012, Hadiya Pendleton, a 15-year-old high school student who had just marched in President Obama's reinaugural parade was killed by gunfire in her hometown of Chicago. Friends of hers decided to hnor her life by wearing orange - the color that hunters wear in the woods to protect themselves and others. On June 2nd, 2015 - what would have been Hadiya's 18th birthday - more than 200 organizations and influencers asked people nationwide to join them by wearing orange to honor Hadiya's life, along with the lives of other victims and survivors of gun violence.

9:00 am09:00

March for Truth NYC

  • TBC: Foley Square - Thomas Paine Park

We will gather and march from Foley Square between 9 am and 10:30 AM; at 10:30 AM we will begin our march down Broadway.

12:00 pm12:00

March Against Monsanto - NYC

  • Bryant Park

We will powerfully march from Bryant Park to Central Park West.
Highly encouraged to dress in red or costumes representing the issue you are most passionate about. Let's wake up ALL media outlets! 

ROUTE: We will begin our march at Bryant Park & 41st Street (Manhattan). We will march North on 6th Avenue passing major media outlets, West on 59th St, through Columbus Circle, up Broadway, East on 64th st, and end our march on Central Park West between 64th and 62nd streets. We will line up facing the street so cars passing will get our message loud and clear. After march feel free to disperse through Central Park continuing to get word out visably, have a picnic with fellow marchers, or do your own thing.

VOLUNTEEERS NEEDED! Banner making and flyer distribution as well as to be points at the start and end of march.

SPEAKERS, DRUMMERS, MUSICIANS welcome. Please message us.

SOUND/PA - We need a portable, simple sound system. Mic and amp should do. If you have one we can use message us!

DONATE: We are in need of donations to cover our costs of equipment rental, printing, advertising and permits.
Click here: https://www.gofundme.com/mamnyc

Any comments or questions please message us at mam20nyc@gmail.com.

6:00 pm18:00

Kill the Deal! Rally at the State of the District

  • Ingersoll Community Center

The state of affordable housing in Laurie Cumbo's district is dire.

Right now, one of the biggest affordable housing fights is happening at the Bedford Armory in Crown Heights, one of the neighborhoods Cumbo represents. 

We're rallying at her State of the District to say she can claim a real housing victory if she kills the Bedford Armory deal and starts over with a plan for 100% affordable housing!

Join us on May 18th to keep the pressure on Cumbo and demand real affordable housing!

12:00 pm12:00

Rally Against Cuomo’s Nuclear Bailout

  • Office of Governor Cuomo

Like Donald Trump, Governor Cuomo is subsidizing corporate polluters at our expense.

Cuomo is behind a $7.6 billion bailout of three upstate nuclear power plants.

Cuomo is forcing New York ratepayers – families, schools, hospitals, and local businesses – to pay for aging nuclear reactors owned by Exelon Corporation, a Chicago-based Fortune 100 company.

Join us in sending a message to Cuomo: Don’t waste our money on dangerous nuclear power!

Co-sponsors (list in formation): NYPIRG, Food & Water Watch, New York Communities for Change, New York StateWide Senior Action Council, Alliance for a Quality Education, 350NYC, United for Action, Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition, Green Education and Legal Fund, Green Party of Brooklyn, Berning Green

For more information, contact Alex Beauchamp at Food & Water Watch: abeauchamp@fwwatch.org

6:30 pm18:30

Climate, Jobs & Justice Accountability Forum

  • 2 W 64th St


Looking for a way to take local climate action after the national People's Climate March? Please join hundreds of your fellow New Yorkers at a citywide forum for Climate, Jobs & Justice!

With our national administration taking us backwards in the fight against climate change and inequality, it is now even more vital that NYC step up our defense of the environment. Our city produces massive pollution which continues to choke our communities and threaten our livelihoods. We can fight both of these moral crises at the same time - but only by urging our top elected leaders to take comprehensive action, en masse and in person.

Join us for a mass people's interview of NYC Mayor de Blasio, PublicAdvocate James and Comptroller Stringer. Come learn about the issues that NYC needs to tackle locally, hear our leaders' views, and hold them accountable to taking the bold policy action we need to protect our people and our city from the threats of climate change.

Please be sure to spread the word, invite your communities and networks to participate, join our coalition as a co-sponsor, and be sure to RSVP here: https://actionnetwork.org/events/climate-jobs-and-justice-accountability-forum

This event is co-organized by:
The People's Climate March - NY, 350.org, 350NYC, ALIGN-NY, Bronx Climate Justice North, Faith in New York, Food & Water Watch, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), New York Communities for Change (NYCC), New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, Sane Energy Project, Transform Don’t Trash NYC, WeACT for Environmental Justice and the Working Families Party (event co-sponsor list in formation).


Vamos a transformar la energía de la Marcha de Clima y la resistencia contra Trump hacia un impacto político en Nueva York!

¡Únete a una entrevista del Alcalde de Blasio de NYC, del Abogado Público James y del Contralor Stringer y sosténgalos responsables de tomar la acción política que necesitamos!

Con Trump llevándonos hacia atrás en la lucha contra el cambio climático y la desigualdad, ahora es aún más vital que NYC presione a sus líderes. Nueva York produce una contaminación masiva del clima, y ambién está dividida por la desigualdad. Podemos luchar contra ambas crisis morales al mismo tiempo, instando a nuestros líderes elegidos a actuar.

Únase a cientos de sus compañeros neoyorquinos en este importante foro para detener el cambio climático, crear buenos empleos y garantizar la justicia para todos.

Registro electronico: bit.ly/2q7SW9D
Organizado por: the People's Climate March - NY, 350.org, 350NYC, ALIGN-NY, Bronx Climate Justice North, Faith in New York, Food & Water Watch, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), New York Communities for Change (NYCC), New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, Sane Energy Project, Transform Don’t Trash NYC, WeACT for Environmental Justice and the Working Families Party (event co-sponsor list in formation).

11:00 am11:00

Children's March NYC

  • Cadman Plaza

Let’s give those who can’t vote yet a voice, and a chance to feel empowered! This is a march for independent thought. This march is a space for kids to talk about issues in their own terms - and to teach them that they can have an influence on their future. We're hoping to create a space for this community to celebrate inclusivity - of people, ideas...everything. Join us as we celebrate our children's vision of the future and encourage independent thought for our youth!

We're working to create a repository of resources for talking with our children - of all ages - in a way that gets them to ask questions - questions that go beyond what they're hearing in the news, in their school yards, and at their kitchen tables. We are working with educators and other professionals from a variety of backgrounds and interests to support this endeavor. Stay tuned for more - and please let us know if you've come across articles, curriculum suggestions, or anything that has resonated with you.

We're planning to hear from some inspired kids and teens and sing along with several entertainers at the rally. If you’d like to help out in any way, let us know.


11:00 am11:00

Next Generation Now: Children's March NYC / People's March for Truth and Transparency

  • Cadman Plaza

UPDATE: THIS EVENT HAS JOINED WITH Next Generation Now: Children's March NYC


On MAY 13th, we march to DEMAND an independent Russian ties investigation of #45 and other member of his inner circle.
We are march against propaganda, lies, and inciting of violence by #45 by spreading these lies and propaganda to lesson the "impact" of his Russian ties and (hopeful) Treason investigation, the lies about the wall and the racism being incited, the lies about our Muslim brothers and sisters, etc- to his core base.
At a time when journalism is called "Fake News" in attempts to delegitimze our Press and exclude them from the conversation in an attempt to turn nearly half the nation against the truth, we are precariously on the ledge of the rabbit hole to full blown fascism.

These are dangerous times, and without a free press able to report truth to us, even a facade of a Democratic Republic is gone.
Please join us.

From 12 to 1 we will be listening to speakiers in Bryant Park, as well as a musical performance. We are honored that Congressman Paul Tonko is one of our speakers!

At 1 p.m. we march! Please see map below (in the discussion) for exact route. 

The march will wind back to Bryant Park at approximately 2:30 with closing speeches.

I can use ALL of your help contacting press to cover the event, doing live video feeds, working on a particular vignette or song that you've come up with~! Let's make this exciting.
Inviting http://www.davidmoriya.com/ and our other awesome photographers back, as well as #GetorganziedBK and #OurFlag and even Bus For Progress. Let's make it work this time!
As well as March Chorus NYC and http://www.artsforart.org/ and Artists Speak Out

Saturday May 13- Starts at Noon: Please see map below for exact route. Permits being applied for.
Sound system being purchased.

Please use this link to donate directly to costs via our ActionNetwork page, if able! https://actionnetwork.org/fundraising/march-on-new-york-keep-us-marching

As it should be, our march is a GRASSROOTS effort. It belongs to you as much as it does to me. Please get involved!
Please fill out the volunteer/ participant form herehttps://actionnetwork.org/events/march-for-media-freedom-of-the-press
You can also contact Maryanne Asta at maryanneasta@yahoo.com or 914-486 6449 and THANK YOU ALL!

10:00 am10:00

DeFund DAPL NYC Divestment Day

  • Union Square Park

Divestment can put an end to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) just as it has ended injustices, like South African apartheid, in the past. 

Seattle and San Franciscio recently divested billions of dollars' worth of transactions from DAPL-funding banks, and Mayor De Blasio recently came out in support of divesting NYC's pensions from offending banks.

Let's build momentum for city- and state-wide divestment from banks funding the DAPL by closing our accounts together on May 13th!

Sign up here to divest: https://goo.gl/forms/PWjJTFrds5B8XjEB3


1) OPEN an account at a socially responsible bank or credit union. 

Find out which banks are and aren’t involved in DAPL atgrassrootsactionny.com/divest

2) TRANSFER everything to your new account. 

Switch over all direct deposit info and auto-payments to your new account. Edit the auto-payment info for your rent, utility bills, apps, and/or subscriptions. Double check a recent bank statement to make sure everything has been transferred to your new account.

3) WITHDRAW everything but a “protest penny” from your old account and transfer it electronically to your new account. 

This makes life just a liiittle more difficult for your old bank before you close your account.

4) DIVEST from your old bank on #DivestmentDayNYC

Let your old bank know why you and your peers are closing your accounts with a letter from grassrootsactionny.com/divest. Then, publicize your action on social media, and call on your city council members and state legislators to divest the city’s and state’s pension funds, too!

#DeFundDAPL, NYC! #BankExit

Check out Sarah Silverman supporting the cause: www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOphvN3NotA

And the video from our first event:

12:00 pm12:00

Event Cancelled: NYC 4 CEDAW Day of Action

  • New York City Hall

On May 12, NYC4CEDAW will host a Day of Action! 200 community members from all parts of NYC are encouraged to attend. 

**We plan to meet at Brooklyn Bridge Park at 9:30 AM and walk across the Brooklyn Bridge to rally on the steps of City Hall.

We look to pass a local ordinance in NYC, which honors and reflects the obligations outlined in The Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women, to properly support and fund programming to positively benefit women in all five boroughs.

The City Council and the Mayor’s Office have a shared vision to evolve the Commission on Gender Equity. We recommend passing a bill which links the Commission on Gender Equity to the CEDAW framework and which appropriates the necessary fiscal and personnel resources to make manifest what is already a crucial underpinning of our widely lauded and publicized Safe Cities Agreement with UN Women.

5:00 pm17:00

NYC Protest: Firing of James Comey..Drive Out Trump/Pence Regime

  • Trump Tower

Come to Trump Tower to protest the firing of the FBI director James Comey. 

5PM - Trump Tower

The firing of FBI director James Comey is an outrageous escalation in the un-relenting onslaught of the fascist moves from the Trump/Pence Regime. It reveals theTrump/Pence's regime total disregard of the rule of law and due process & justice. We must not wait it out. Take to the streets, demand Trump, Pence, Session and the whole regime be driven from power.

Read the Full Statement from RefuseFascism.org

The firing of FBI Director James Comey is an outrageous escalation in the unrelenting onslaught of fascist moves from the Trump/Pence Regime. This firing further reveals the Trump/Pence Regime's total disregard of the rule of law, due process and justice. Firing FBI Director Comey is an ominous and dangerous move – another in a succession of steps towards consolidating fascism.

Echoing Richard Nixon's firing of Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox in 1973, Donald Trump's firing of the FBI Director who is reportedly investigating the Trump campaign and administration is a desperate attempt to obstruct justice and tighten their grip on power. It is a gross violation of the norms that were established through Watergate. People must mobilize, take to the streets, and demand that Trump, Pence, Sessions, and their whole regime be driven from power. Rallying people all across the country to do this is the mission of RefuseFascism.org

RefuseFascism.org's Call to Action states that the “Trump/Pence Regime is a Fascist Regime.” 

Again and again, they have shown that they “fully intend to shred political and social norms with catastrophicconsequence.” And, that “Fascism is not just a gross combination of horrific reactionary policies. It is a qualitative change in how society is governed.” It requires knocking down obstacles to its power from the people or within the institutions of the government. 

We must not try to “wait things out” hoping that a special prosecutor, or the 2018 midterm elections will deal with the grave danger that the Trump/Pence Regime poses to humanity and the planet, including threatening use of nuclear weapons. We must act together now, strengthen every act of resistance, and build towards the time when millions of people take to the streets day after day and night after night Demanding to Drive Out the Trump/Pence Regime.

12:00 pm12:00

Trump Tower Divestment Teach-In and Rally

  • Trump Tower, Public Terrace, 5th floor
  • We love NY. And we’d love New York to lead on fighting climate change - by cutting its ties to the dirty oil, coal and gas companies controlling Trump's White House. Those same fossil fuel and pipeline interests are driving the rollback of climate action on the federal level. Our communities, especially low-income communities of color, will pay the price. 

    We're fighting back - and we need New York City leaders to do the same: NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer must stop pouring billions of dollars into fossil fuel companies and pipeline developers through our city's pension fund investments.

    The big oil, gas and coal companies and pipeline developers aren't changing, but by divesting NYC government can stop fueling their climate-destroying ways.  Comptroller should stop investing public money in the destruction of our collective future.  Join us in Trump Tower’s public garden to #TeachTrump about climate change inside his own home and to demand Comptroller Stringer stand with New Yorkers and not Donald Trump and climate destroyers. 

    Speakers will include NYC climate & justice leaders in our movement. Expect music, speeches, chanting, teaching, merry-making and colorful signs!

    Organized by the #DivestNY coalition, which includes 350.org, 350NYC, New York Communities for Change (NYCC) and the New Economy Project.



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    11:00 am11:00

    La Marcha De Mayo

    • New York City (Location TBD)

    I'm organizing a march on Saturday, May 6, 2017, to protest Donald Trump's proposed border wall. In order to apply for a protest permit, I need at least 200 people committed to this event, and an organization to serve as a sponsor. 

    I'm hoping that by spreading this invite around we can find organizations that would be interested in being our sponsors, as well as potential speakers, and - of course- participants. 

    Information about Border Wall:
    Trump admits American taxpayers will pay for wall:

    Trump wall could cost as much as $8 billion dollars: https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/hill-republicans-embrace-building-of-border-wall-despite-cost/2017/01/06/06f29b18-d432-11e6-9cb0-54ab630851e8_story.html?utm_term=.56a93e96fca9

    Information about immigration in the United States: 

    The march is being held on May 6, 2017 in New York City. Everyone is welcome. 

    I will keep this event invite updated as much as possible.

    8:00 am08:00

    Anti Trump Fiesta

    • Trump Tower

    This event will take place on May 5, 2017 outside of Trump Tower 5th ave.
    Our Goal is to raise money to hire mariachies, taco foodtrucks, eloteros, tamaleros, make anti-trump t-shirts for anyone that donats/attends, make signs, all for a big fiesta outside Trump Tower in New York!
    Donate Now If Trump is Not Your President! 
    Call For Action For All Ethnicities
    #WereAllOne #NoHate #CashMeOutsideTrumpTowerHowBowDah
    #WomenUnited #FuckRacismFuckSexism
    #Trump #usa #alternativefacts #notmypresident #antitrump

    3:00 pm15:00

    Protest Trump's 1st visit to NYC with Rise and Resist!

    • W 44th St and 12th Ave

    Donald Trump is coming to New York City for the first time since his inauguration. Join Rise and Resist this Thursday, May 4th, to show the so-called-president how unpopular and unwelcome he is in his hometown. We condemn Trump and his regime of hatred and discrimination.#NoTrumpNYC

    Join us: 3pm at West 44th Street and 12th Avenue (West Side Highway), on the East side of the street, opposite the Intrepid. Join us!

    3pm: Gather at West 44th Street and West Side Highway. We're bringing 100 signs and Lady Liberty crowns and torches: please feel free to bring your own signs, costumes, noisemakers, food, water.

    3-7pm: Rally (with music and song, bring noisemakers!)

    7pm: March to Trump Tower (if he stays overnight in NYC and this is still unclear)

    8pm through the night: Rally at Trump Tower (as above)

    As his movements are being kept secret we wont know the exact timings until the last minute. We will send out a text alert as soon as his movements are confirmed on the day. Please sign up here if you would like to receive a text alert for this action: http://bit.ly/trumpvisit

    At the moment we anticipate his arrival at the Intrepid some time after 3pm. We plan to stay until the private reception and dinner which begin at 6.30pm. 

    UPDATE: News reports say that he will spend Thursday night in NYC. Yikes! At 7pm we'll probably march from the Intrepid to Trump Tower. It's a 35minute walk. 

    You're welcome to join us anytime and stay for as long as you're able. 

    We'll have marshalls and this will be a peaceful rally.

    NOTE TO FRIENDS IN NEW JERSEY: He will stay at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey Friday through Sunday. We're organzing other actions in New Jersey, info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/255830191492226/?ti=icl

    A/C/E to 42nd St Port Authority; or 7 to 34th St - Hudson Yard stop on the subway. M42 bus on 42nd St. Accessible for the mobility impaired.

    On January 28th, thousands of New Yorkers gathered at JFK and courthouses to stand in solidarity to say that people of all backgrounds are welcome in our city. On May 4th we come together to say that Trump is not. On Donald Trump’s first visit back to the city since becoming president, Rise and Resist will demonstrate what real New York values look like.

    ABOUT Rise and Resist
    Rise and Resist, formed in response to the 2016 US election, is a direct action group made up of both new and experienced activists committed to opposing, disrupting, and defeating any government act that threatens democracy, equality, and our civil liberties. We work collaboratively, creatively, respectfully, and with all the joy we can muster for the health of the people and the planet.

    We reject state sanctioned violence, bigotry, and systemic discrimination in all its forms, including those directed at people because of their disability, gender identity/expression, immigration status, race, religion, sex, and sexuality. We condemn all the oppressive policies that define the current government regime.

    We strive to intentionally honor the complex challenges we face. Join us in fighting for justice.

    #NoTrumpNYC #RiseandResist #NYRejectsYOU #WeRejectYou 

    2:00 pm14:00

    Protest Trump's first presidential visit to NYC!

    • DeWitt Clinton Park

    Donald Trump is coming to New York City for the first time since his inauguration. In the last 100 days, he's threatened to deport our neighbors, take away our healthcare, reject refugees from our shores and give even more tax breaks to billionaires. Not to mention spend millions of our money to protect Trump tower. 

    Join us on May 4th to show President 45 exactly how New Yorkers feel about his presidency! #NoTrumpNYC!

    We ask that you wear white in honor of past immigrant rights movements, civil rights movements (see Silent March of 1917), and suffragettes. And being that it's May 4th (Star Wars Day), we'll show we're on the light side of the force! Bring your Statue of Liberty signs and Jedi lightsabers!

    Meet at 11th avenue side of DeWitt Park. We will be rallying there!

    *Exact timing TBD -- we'll finalize once we know exact time of his visit. More info here: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/trump-meet-australia-pm-nyc-trip-president-article-1.3100002

    12:00 pm12:00

    Trump And His Hate Are Not Welcome In NYC - May 4

    • Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum


    News reports say that Trump thinks he's welcome to spend Thursday night in NYC. At 7PM we'll march from the Intrepid to Trump Tower to join the The New York Immigration Coalition

    12PM-2PM - Start gathering in front of the Intrepid (or Trump Tower) with signs.

    DeWitt Clinton Park-- 11th Ave side
    650 W 54th St, New York, New York 10019

    West 44th St and 12th Avenue, NY

    7PM March to Trump Tower to join: NEW YORK IMMIGRATION COALITION
    725 5th Ave, New York, New York 10022

    Bring pots/pans/noisemakers and signs
    Please also bring plenty of water


    As his movements are being kept secret we wont know the exact timing until the last minute. Please sign up here if you would like to receive a text update for the RAR action: http://bit.ly/trumpvisit

    Trump is coming to NYC May 4th. We are going to let the entire world know what New Yorkers think about his violent, racist, misogynistic, ignorant and hateful policies. 

    Among other things, Trump wants to cut funding for NIH, the EPA, National Parks, Health Care, Meals on Wheels, the National Endowment for the Arts, and Public Schools in order to pay for massive tax cuts for giant corporations and the wealthy, a deportation force, an ineffective border wall, and weapons.

    Be LOUD and be ANGRY. This will be a non-violent protest but it will not be a passive one. Bring signs, bring noisemakers, bring friends. Marching bands encouraged. Dance parties requested. Game face required.


    5:00 pm17:00

    MAY DAY | Rise Up New York! Immigrant Rights and Worker Rights

    • Foley Square

    WEBSITE: www.maydayny.org

    May Day history: Celebrating May 1st as May Day started in Chicago in 1886 as part of the labor movement’s fight for the eight-hour work day. May Day, the international workers’ holiday, was born in the United States!

    5:00 PM: May Day Celebration in Manhattan
    At 5:00 p.m. New Yorkers from across the city will converge in Manhattan to stand together and resist the policies of the Trump Administration. Join us as we hear from musical performers who represent the diverse communities of New York City and directly from people impacted by Trump’s bigoted and anti-worker policies.

    ALL DAY: May Day activities throughout the City
    Throughout the day on Monday, May 1st, events will be happening across the city, in Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn. Check back soon for a full list of events.

    We are a coalition of immigrant rights groups, labor, faith and allied organizations coming together to say in one voice that we stand together and we resist together. We demand that President Trump end his attacks on our immigrant, refugees and Muslim communities. We demand good jobs and the right to organize. We demand Congress pass a federal budget that reflects our priorities, that doesn’t include a single dollar for a border wall or unjust immigration enforcement.

    -Sponsors: 32BJ SEIU, Make the Road New York, New York Immigration Coalition, New York Nurses Association, New York Central Labor Council

    -Co-sponsors: LiUNA Local 78, LiUNA Local 79, Mason Tenders, Ironworkers Local 46, NY State AFL-CIO, Teamsters, LDFS Joint Board Workers United, Working Families Party, New York Communities for Change, UFT, PSC, TWU, RWDSU, MinKwon Center for Community Action, ALIGN, Arab American Association of New York, Workmen's Circle, JFREJ, Community Voices Heard, US Labor Against The War - NYC Chapter, Greater NY Labor-Religion Coalition, NY Metro Area JT-BD, Laundry, Distribution Food Service JB, CWA Local 1180, Local 802 AFM, NICE, DC37, NYC LCLAA, Rural & Migrant Ministries, Churches United for Fair Housing (CUFFH), UAW Region 9A, and the National Writers Union/UAW Local 1981, Strong Economy for All Coalition [LIST IN FORMATION]

    12:30 pm12:30

    6th Annual Immigrant Worker Justice Tour #May1Strike

    • Washington Square Park

    Rally and March 12:30 PM Washington Square Park








    9:00 am09:00

    #MAYDAY: WE SHUT IT DOWN #maydaynyc

    • Grand Central Terminal

    Donald Trump está promoviendo una agenda de supremacía blanca que marginaliza, oprime y asesina a musulmanes, inmigrantes, trabajadores, y gente negra, marrón y parte de la LGTB+. El 1ero de mayo, le recordaremos a Nueva York que #TrumpNoEsNuestroPresidente y nos opondremos a su régimen fascista, a los policías racistas y al sistema capitalista que permite la gentrificación, la colonización, y el desplazamiento de nuestras comunidades. ¡Estamos llamando a los neoyorquinos a que se lanzen a las calles en el Día Internacional del Trabajo para clausurar todo en nombre de la justicia y la libertad de todos!


    Donald Trump is pushing through a white supremacist agenda marginalizing, oppressing and killing Muslims, immigrants, workers, and black, brown and queer people. On May 1st, we will remind New York that#TrumpIsNotMyPresident and will stand up against his fascist regime, the racist cops, and the capitalist system that enables the continued gentrification, colonization and displacement of our communities. We're calling for New Yorkers to turn out on the International Labor Day to shut it down!

    1:00 pm13:00

    Love Parade NYC

    • Union Square

    The Love Parade NYC combines of random acts of kindness with activism. We gather to connect & spread love through gift giving on the streets.

    NOW is the only time we have to make the decision that is going to improve our lives and change our world.

    We have more technology + knowledge than ever before to solve the problems of Earth. Studies prove that people don’t change their minds because the facts and resources are there - People change their mind when they have a change of heart. We are creating an ACT OF BEAUTY on the streets to WAKE PEOPLE UP to the evolution through compassion, peace, and unity!

    Joyful play + compassion + connection + spreading love in the form of gifts

    Join the Facebook Event:

    What to Bring:
    A gift to give out to “new friends” on the street.
    Bring your pets!
    Bring your children!

    What to Wear:
    Fabulous & Fun
    Dress in your team color!

    This is a sustainable event. No balloons. No confetti. Clean up after your neighbors.

    Presenting Partners & Teams:
    Choose Love Now
    New Realities Media

    Blue Team:
    Peace Accelerators

    Red/Pink Team:

    Yellow Team:

    Learn more about
    Love Parade NYC: www.loveparade.co/
    Peace Accelerators: www.facebook.com/peaceaccelerators/
    Choose Love Now: www.chooselovenow.co/news/meaning

    12:00 pm12:00

    Climate March on NYC

    • Washington Square Park

    Sister March to the People's Climate March in Washington D.C.

    Donald Trump is a threat to the future of our planet, the safety of our communities, and the health of our families.

    The new administration has attacked the hard-won protections of our climate, health, and communities, and the rights of people of color, workers, indigenous people, immigrants, women, LGBTQIA, young people, and more.

    We've fought back with a wave of protests larger than at almost any other point in history — let's make sure that we mark the 100th day of his presidency with another mass action that stands up for our communities.

    Join us on April 29th at 12pm at Washington Square Park. Let's march together.

    For flyers and posters, check out our google drive. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxjZ1ChZwR0EUHcxV3hhbGZObkU

    For more information about People's Climate, go to https://peoplesclimate.org/

    For information on transportation services to the march in DC, go to https://peoplesclimate.org/transportation/

    3:00 pm15:00

    Rally and March: Stop The Raids @ New York City Hall

    • New York City Hall

    Join family members and grassroots community groups as we rally and march against NYPD and federal "gang" raids that are devasting communities of color across the city. 

    Under the banner of fighting "gangs", local and federal law enforcement agencies are conducting militarized raids and takedowns that lead to the over-prosecutions of young people from poor neighborhoods of color – especially in public housing. More than 1,000 people were arrested in over 40 such takedowns last year alone. Most never see trial because they're pressured to take plea deals and are vilified through the media before they've even seen a judge. 

    We rally on the 1 year anniversary of the massive NYPD and federal takedown, which include the Department of Homeland Security, centered in the Eastchester Gardens Houses in the Bronx, the largest "gang" takedown in NYC history, resulting in 120 indictments. Young men and families from the #Bronx120 have spoken out but have been punished with solitary confinement and other forms of retaliation. 

    We rally to defend families from across the city who've not only had to deal with pre-dawn military-style raids but also RICO and conspiracy charges and even efforts to displace them from their housing. It is by no coincidence that areas targeted for gentrification have also been targeted by raids. 

    Authorities believe that by simply stamping young some residents as "gang bangers", that no one will advocate for them or help their families. Some young people have been swept up in indictments in large part due to the loose gang criteria, designed by police, that imply whomever associated with alleged "gang members" or wears certain colors are involved in a complex criminal syndicate. Police and prosecutors are also using their social media to build cases. This is a recipe for wrongful convictions and follows in the footsteps of the era of mass incarceration and fearmongering politics of the 'Super-predator' days.

    There are solutions to community violence that work to help people and that don't rely on raids and incarceration. We can build communities instead of targeting them with raids and collective punishment.

    #StopTheRaids and end the abuse of RICO/conspiracy laws. 

    Initial endorsing groups (list in formation): 

    Coalition to End Broken Windows
    Why Accountability
    Copwatch Patrol Unit
    Universal Zulu Nation
    Campaign for Community Control Over The Police
    El Grito de Sunset Park
    ANSWER Coalition NYC
    Harlem FLO
    Mi Casa No Es Tu Casa

    10:30 am10:30

    Join #CLOSErikers on the steps of City Hall!

    • City Hall

    The #CLOSErikers campaign launched on the steps of City Hall in April 2016. One year later, we have grown in power and numbers, and achieved concrete wins. Mayor de Blasio has committed to shuttering the Rikers Island jails for good, and the Lippman Commission's final report recommended closure, as well as concrete policy reforms to reduce incarceration in New York city and state. 

    We should all celebrate these important wins, but our work is not done! must continue to rganize, pressure takeholders, and make sure that impacted communitie emain at the enter of the process. We must ensure that the closure of Rikers happens in a timely manner, and results in a significantly smaller, more just and humane system overall.

    Join the #CLOSErikers campaign, back on the steps of City Hall, as we celebrate this historic moment, and double down on our efforts to #CLOSErikers and #buildCOMMUNITIES!

    RSVP@CloseRikers.org to let us know that you're coming!

    2:00 pm14:00

    Times Square Armenian Genocide Commemoration

    • Times Square

    Join thousands to commemorate the 102nd anniversary of the Armenian Genocide at the crossroads of the world in Times Square, New York, on Sunday, April 23, 2017 from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm.

    While a century has passed, the Armenian Diaspora continues its unyielding efforts to remember, to honor and to educate the world about this catastrophic event in Armenian history that claimed the lives of close to 2 million Armenians -- a piece of history that goes unrecognized to this day by the Turkish government.

    Let us come together in solidarity alongside noted politicians, academics and artists to show the world we will continue to remember and to honor the victims of the Armenian Genocide while advancing our fight towards global recognition. 

    The annual Armenian Genocide Commemoration in Times Square is sponsored by the Knights of Vartan and Daughters of Vartan, a national
    fraternal organization, and co-sponsored by the Armenian General Benevolent Union, Armenian Assembly of America, Armenian National Committee of America,
    Armenian Democratic Liberal Party, and the Armenian Council of America; participating organizations include the Diocese of the Armenian Church, Prelacy of the Armenian Church, Armenian Missionary Association of America,
    Armenian Missionary Association, Armenian Evangelical Union, Armenian Catholic Eparchy, and several national Armenian youth organizations.

    12:00 pm12:00

    Immigration March/ Marcha de Inmigración @ Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights

    • Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights

    23 April 2017, MEET at 12pm at 145TH STREET AND ST NICHOLAS, MARCH at 1pm

    23 abril 2017, CONVOCATORIA a las 12 en la 145 y St. Nicholas, MARCHAMOS a la 1pm. 

    **ENGLISH** (This is an Echo Event Leading to National May 1st March)
    NMCIR along with a group of community organizations, activists and organizers wants to invite you to join us in marching to unite upper Manhattan, the immigrant community, and allies. 

    We demand an end to state-sanctioned violence, detention and deportation, the separation of families, and the countless violations immigrants are forced to endure. 

    Stay tuned for updates! In the meantime save the date!

    NMCIR, otras organizaciones y organizadores comunitarios y activistas, les invitamos a unirse a nosotros en una marcha para unir el alto Manhattan, la comunidad inmigrante y sus aliados. 

    Exigimos un fin de violencia sancionada por el estado, la detención y deportación, la separación de las familias y las innumerables violaciones que los inmigrantes se ven obligados a soportar.

    Les mantendremos al día pero mientras tanto, ¡marquen sus calendarios!

    Nous sommes un groupe d'organisations communautaires, d'activistes et d'organisateurs et nous voulons vous inviter à nous rejoindre a marcher pour unir le nord de Manhattan, la communauté immigrée et les alliés.

    Nous exigeons la fin de la violence, la détention et la déportation sanctionnées par l'État, la séparation des familles et les nombreuses violations que les immigrants sont obligés de subir.

    Restez à l'écoute des mises à jour! En attendant, bloquer la date!

    Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights
    El Congreso Nacional Dominicano
    Acción Comunitaria la Aurora
    PS 132 Parents' Association
    The National Action Network
    Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation
    1Freedom 4 ALL
    Bronx Progressives
    The New York Immigration Coalition
    Centro Altagracia
    Uplift NYC
    Dominican Women's Development Center (DWDC)
    CentroCivico CulturalDominicano
    People's Theatre Project
    Uptown Progressive Action
    Word Up: Community Bookshop - Libreria Comunitaria
    The Uptown Collective
    RENA (Riverside Edgecombe Neighborhood Association)
    Second Ludford Lourdes
    Latino Ministry
    Rise Uptown Indivisible
    Community Board 12, Manhattan
    Holyrood Episcopal Church (Iglesia Santa Clara)
    Northern Manhattan is Not for Sale (Alto Manhattan No se Vende)
    Drug Policy Alliance
    (DRM) Dream Action Coalition
    Broadway Housing Communities
    Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling