by on June 2, 2018
 Upcoming Events & Actions (as of Feb 24, 2018)

-Saturday – February 24

  • Black History Forum: Zimbabwe Moving Forward
    • 1-4pm
    • Solidarity Center (147 w 24th St 2nd Floor)
    • Meeting will feature guest speaker Omowale Clay, a leader of the Brooklyn-based December 12th Movement that was recently in Zimbabwe.

Sunday – February 25

Plan for IWW Day on March 10/ Solidarity Center (147 w 24th St 2nd Floor) 2-6pm / Planning meeting for International Working Women’s Day / At 4pm Will show documentary SIGHTED EYES/FEELING HEART / A Documentary on Lorraine Hansberry / Activist and Pulitzer prize-winning playwright for “A Raisin In The Sun”

Tuesday February 27th

Columbia University – steps of Low Library / 12 noon – press conference

Since 2012, so-called “Right to Work” legislation has been barreling through the city halls of working class states. This has been an assault on organized labor and an attempt to bust unions everywhere Columbia has refused to bargain with its graduate workers and is dragging its feet in contract negotiations with healthcare workers at the student clinic, who are represented by 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East (UHE). On February 27, Mark Mix, President of the National Right to Work Foundation, will speak at Columbia about the upcoming Supreme Court hearing, AFSCME vs. Janus, which will determine whether Right to Work legislation applies to the public sector. Columbia and Mark Mix are old allies–the National Right to Work Foundation submitted an amicus brief on Columbia’s behalf in the graduate worker case.

-On the eve of the first AFSCME vs Janus hearing, it’s important that workers in New York City stand together. Almost fifty years ago to the day, striking sanitation workers in New York City won a decent contract when other public sector workers stood in solidarity. The Mayor tried to get other public sector unions to scab and they even called in the National Guard, but workers stood together. When we fight together, we win!

Wednesday February 28

Monday March 5

Saturday March 10

  • International Working Women’s Day rallying at 1pm @Penn Station (7th Ave & 33rd St) and continue with a march to Visions Auditorium (135 W 23rd St). At Visions, lunch will be provided and inter-generational participation in a lively discussion on the ongoing struggles women are presently facing.
            •  many Jan 22 – Feb 22 2018 dates not entered – – – –
-Wed Jan 10: Planning for #DaysOfRage actions.
MLK day Monday, January 15
  • Solidarity with Striking Spectrum Workers
    • 2-4 pm Columbus Circle
    • Organized by Workers Defense Committee, MACC & Labor Against Racist Terror
  • Protest to Free Ahed Tamimi
    • 5-6:30pm Union Square, in front of Best Buy
    • Organized by Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network
  • People’s Monday for Martin Luther King Jr.
    • 7pm, Location TBD
    • Organized by NYC Shut It Down
-Tuesday, January 16

-Wednesday, January 17

  • Pack the Court for Mumia Abu-Jamal.  See Mumia Update.
    • 8-11am Criminal Justice Center 1301 Filbert St, Philadelphia
    • Transportation from NYC leaves Solidarity Center at 5:30am.
-Thursday, January 18
  • Women Fight Back against Capitalism and Imperialism
    • 7pm at the Solidarity Center (147 w 24th St, 2nd Floor)
    • Organized by Workers World Party
  • Anti-War Action
    • 5:30pm, Location TBA
    • Organized by the International League of Peoples’ Struggle
-Friday, January 19
-Saturday January 20 / Women’s March Interventions / 11am – 3pm at Central Park West & 72nd /
Many groups will have a presence there / NYC PPA will be flyering for Day of Rage action at 4pm

-Saturday January 20


  – – – – Listings from 2017 – – – – – 

-Dec 16: Special Forum: Despite risks, Congolese women get organized / International  Working Women’s Day Coalition 
and International Women’s Alliance

**Sun; Dec 3: International Day for Persons with Disabilities. FB Event.

-Thursday, November 30 / Final Chance: Kill the Bedford Armory Deal! / City Hall Steps Noon-2pm

-Thursday, November 30 / Immigration Forum: Our Roots; Our Struggles/ Laundry Workers Center / St. Peter’s Church 619 Lexington Ave / 6-9pm

-Thursday, November 30 / March against rapist cops: Justice for Anna Chambers / Washington Square Park 6:30pm

-Thursday, November 30 /  Unplug your Cable in Solidarity with Spectrum Workers / Spectrum workers asking customers to unplug cable for 24 hours starting at 10pm

-Thursday Nov 30 / World AIDS Day Wikipedia Editathon 2017 / 12-2pm / At the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Center Community NYC /

-Saturday December 2 / WWP Public Meeting / Meeting will take up developments in Zimbabwe, a reportback from last month’s national Party Conference, Day of Mourning, and the upcoming Mumia demo in Philly / 1pm at the Solidarity Center with food afterwards

-NYC Action Medical Talk + Q&A, Medical Care in Post-Storm Puerto Rico / Saturday Dec 2 12-2pm / The Silent Barn  603 Bushwick Ave

-Friday December 8 / Building Together: Laundry Workers Center Community Gala 2017 / 6:30pm-10pm 370 7th Ave New York NY 5th fl /

MUMIA ACTIONS IN PHILA: Saturday, December 9 / Mumia Demo in Philadelphia / Bus leaves NYC at 7:30am

-Monday December 11 / The Palestinian Revolution Left: A Seminar on the 50th Anniversary of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine / 7-9 pm / Samidoun /

-Dec 13, 2017 / Rally for Elevators + More Buses and Trains! / Peoples MTA

-Saturday, December 16 / Congolese Women get Organized: Forum with Marie Claude-Manga from the DRC / International Working Women’s Day Coalition and International Women’s Alliance / 1-3:30pm at the Solidarity Center

-Saturday, December 16 / Citizen Clark…A Life of Principle: Film Screening and Panel Discussion/ 5-7:30pm / The Auditorium 66 West 12th Street

-Sunday, December 17 / Holiday Bazaar / La Peña del Bronx / Noon-5pm at the Solidarity Center

-Thursday, Nov 23 / National Day of Mourning  / BUSES FROM NYC. Call 212-633-6646 to book a bus ticket.

-Nov 1-14: Pack the Court for Mohammed Bah / SUPPORTERS NEEDED EVERY DAY.

-Oct 23 – Nov 13: Pack the court for Delrawn Small .

-Wed, Nov 15: Protest @MTA Board Meeting. Peoples MTA & others.

-Saturday, Nov 11 6pm / Reportback from Brigade to Cuba / 124 W. 24th St

-Saturday and Sunday, November 18-19 /  Unite to Smash White Supremacy and Capitalism! WWP National Conference / Newark, NJ

-Tue, Nov 7 6am-9am /  Close Rikers election day action /

Tues, Nov 7: 100th Anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution /

-Monday, November 6 / Support the Rent Strikers / 9:15am / 141 Livingston St, Brooklyn

-Sunday, Nov 5 5pm-8 / Family Gathering Against the Raids / Bronx Social Center / 970 Prospect Ave, Bronx

-Sat Nov 4, 2017: South Bronx March to free Ana Belen Montes/ 1pm / Hostos Community College, 500 Grand Concourse, Bronx

NOTE: POSTPONED to Sept 30 & Oct 1–Sat Sept 2,2017 Bedsty / Sun Sept 3 Harlem: Abolitionist Forum / Abolish the Police! Abolish the Prisons! Liberate Your Hood

-Saturday, September 9 / Brooklyn March against Gentrification, Racism & Police Violence /11:00am GATHER at Barclay’s Center / 12:00 MARCH / 1:30 RALLY at Ebbets Field ( Crown Heights) / 3:30 RALLY at Herbert Von King Park (Bedford-Stuy) / 5:30 RALLY at Mytle & Wyckoff Aves (Bushwick)

-Tuesday Sept 12th 7pm; NYC Says: Do It Like Durham ; Columbus circle

-Tuesday September 19, 9am-5pm / United Nations / 20,000 boricuas en la ONU / at the UN

-Friday Sept 15 / Fundraiser Party for Trip to Cuba for 70th Che anniversary / at IAC; 147 W 24th St / Spoken Word Performances, Party with Music, IMani will be DJing

-Sunday, September 17th, 1pm / 48th Annual African American Day Parade / Adam Clayton Powell Blvd

-Tuesday, September 19th,7-9pm / Equality for Flatbush Community Meeting Mt. Zion Church of God 203 East 37th St., Brooklyn

-Wednesday, September 27 9am-12pm / The Subway Belongs to the People: Protest at the MTA Board Meeting / </2 Broadway

September 30-October 1st / Abolitionist ForumBed-Stuy & Harlem

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***Key Meeting: Wed Aug 30, 7pm /  / No Platform for Fascism / Also Defense Training / 147 W. 24th St, 2nd Floor

-Friday, August 25 8pm-10, Columbus Circle /  Remove Columbus Monument at Columbus Circle NYC

-Saturday, August 26 noon-7pm /Nicholas Heyward Jr. Park (Wyckoff between Hoyt and Bond, Brooklyn) / 23rd Annual Nicholas Heyward, Jr. Day of Remembrance

-Saturday, August 26 4pm-8pm / 147 W. 24th St, 2nd Floor / Global Film Festival: Celebrating International Women Warriors

-Sunday, August 27, 3-5pm / Union Square / Stand up Against the Fascists: Solidarity Action with Berkeley

-Monday, August  28 7pm / -People’s Monday NYC Shut It Down (TBD) Check FB for name and location

Friday, July 28, 2017, 7pm:  Rally to defend Joshua Lopez / 34th Precinct / 183rd and Broadway, Washington Heights

Friday July 21 / B&H picket and strategy meeting / 12-2 Picket at B&H store and 34th and 9th / 4pm Strategy meeting at 60 Wall Street

Friday July 21 / Justice for Kyam Livingston  / 5:30pm 18th and Church Ave, Brooklyn

-Saturday July 22 / Forum outside Summerhill / 2:30-4:30 637 Nostrand Ave / Some context about this racist restaurant

-Saturday July 22 / All out for Al Aqsa / Times Square / 1-4pm


-Saturday July 22 / Urgent action to stop US intervention in Venezuela / 3:30-6pm
GATHER AT TIMES SQUARE – Broadway & W. 44th St., Manhattan FROM THERE, MARCH TO THE NY Times Building 620 8th Ave btw. W. 40th St. & W. 41st St. / *FB event lists NYT building as start location, but plan is to begin at Bway and 44th


Monday July24 / People’s Monday for Symone Marshall / 7pm at 3rd Ave and 115th St, Harlem / NYC Shut It Down

-Tuesday July 25 /  Trans Liberation Tuesday NYC / 6-8pm Barclays Center


-Thursday June 22nd 6:30pm / Equality For Flatbush Fundraiser / Moishe House Park Slope, 637 Baltic Street, Brooklyn, New York 11217

-June 23: Trans Day of Action / Trans day of Action /  2pm-5 / Washington Square Park / PPA is attending with signs / Some PPA members will also participate in security. /

-Friday, June 23 4:30-7pm / 42nd and 7th, Times Square / International Day of Al-Quds Rally

-Sat, June 24, noon: March For Reparations / Springfield Ave and Market St, Newark, NJ/ People’s Organization for Progress

-Sun June 25: Pride March / PPA will be marching with the WWP contingent.

-June 28th: Next PPA court outreach and street meeting /

-Sunday, July 9 10am / Disability Pride / Union Square

-July 13, 6:30 in Flatbush.: Justice for Sandra Bland/ Exact location TBD. FB Event


–Wednesday June 14- Friday, June 17 /  Cuomoville: Campout for Housing Justice / 633 3rd Ave /Alliance for Tenant Power

-Thursday, June 15 9:30am / Victor Sheppard Court Support / 100 Centre St, Part A

-Thursday, June 15 noon-3pm /  Emergency Picket to Support Engagement with Cuba / Trump Tower

-Thursday, June 15 food at 6:30, discussion at 7 / Workers World Discussion: British Election, Juneteenth, Anti-fascist demo report back / 147 W 24th St, 2nd Floor

-Friday, June 16 at 6 PM/ 2nd Annual Day of Solidarity with the Independence of PR/ 777 UN Plaza, New York 2nd Floor/ FB Event

-Friday, June 16 6:30pm-11 / Pep’d for Pride: Potluck Educational Discussion and Prop production / 219 Park Row, Manhattan / BAYAN Queer Caucus Northeast

-Friday, June 16 5:30-6:30pm/ Protest in Solidarity with Palestinian Prisoners / Best Buy (52 E 14th St, #64, New York)

-June 16 & 18: -B&H Picket (Friday 12-2, Sunday 3-5) at 34th street and 9th ave

Thursday, June 1 6-9pm / Forum: Recent Mumia Victories and MOVE conference. Featuring Pam and Ramona Africa from MOVE / 147 W 24th St, 2nd Floor / Workers World Party and MOVE

-June 2-4/ Left Forum / John Jay College of Criminal Justice/ FB Event

-Saturday June 3, 10-11:50am / Left Forum Panel: Even Bernie Sanders Wants to Bomb Syria / John Jay College of Criminal Justice / Room 1.103 / Workers World Party

-Saturday, June 3 7pm / Film Screening: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised / International Action Center / 147 W 24th St, 2nd Floor

-Sunday, June 4; noon / Queens Pride March / 37th Avenue and 89th Street, Queens

-Monday, June 5, 7pm / People’s Monday for Keara Crowder / 116th St and Lexington (6 train) / NYC Shut It Down

-Tuesday, June 6, 5-6:30pm / US Hands Off Venezuela / Red Stairs in Times Square / 47th St, 7th Ave and Broadway / International Action Center

-Wed, June 7: Street Meeting/Vigil for victims of white supremacy /

-Thursday, June 8 7-10pm/ Oscar López Rivera Welcoming/ Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture/ 450 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York 10451/ FB Event

-Saturday, June 10 10am-2pm / No Platform for Hate: Counter-protest to Right Wing ‘March Against Sharia’ / Foley Square

-Sunday, June 11; 11am-5pm / National Puerto Rican Day Parade / 44th St to 79th Along 5th Ave

-Tuesday June 13, 9am-2pm/ Pack the Court for #DelrawnSmall/ Brooklyn Supreme Court 320 Jay St/ Justice for Delrawn Small/ FB Event

-Wednesday June 14- Friday, June 17 / Cuomoville: Campout for Housing Justice / 633 3rd Ave / Alliance for Tenant Power

-Friday, May 26 at 7 PM – 10 PM/ Kasama DJ Battle of the Rev/ Anakbayan NY/ 135 W 23rd St/ FB Event

-Tuesday May, 30 7-9pm/ Planning Meeting for Brooklyn-wide March against Gentrification/ 147 W. 24th St, 2nd Floor/ FB Event

-Wednesday, May 31 2:30-5:30pm/ Rally to Demand De Blasio STEP DOWN for Displacing Communities!/ City Hall/ Youth Against Displacement/ FB Event

-May 17, 2017. Know your Rights with Federal/State Law Enforcement; 7pm Solidarity Center. 7pm. FB Event.

-Fri, May 19, 2017: Pack the court against Tod-Del Housing Corp!​ ​Please come out in support of PPA member Rebecca, who is facing eviction! Friday, May 19th, 9:30am/ 141 Livingston St, Part G room 509. Please wear a Brooklyn Is Not for Sale t-shirt, or wear black. Before It’s Gone. FB Event.

-Friday May 19, 2017- The Transgenerational Theatre Project Presents: Trans resistance @ SAGE @ 305 7Ave @ W. 27 St (Manhattan) from 6:30-7:30. Theatre Project for gender nonconforming people/ FREE!!!!!!!!!

-Saturday, May 20/ WWP Forum: Trans Lives Matter, Black Lives Matter, USA Out of Everywhere!/ 12:30 Food!/1pm Forum/ 2:30 Working Meeting/ 147 W 24th St, 2nd Floor/ This meeting organized entirely by new comrades and candidates/ FB Event

-Saturday, May 20 11:30am-5:30pm/ Grassroots Organizing Forum/ Laundry Workers Center and North Star Fund Tishman Auditorium 63 5th Ave. FB Event.

-May 20, 2017. 1 PM-6 Pm. Anyone interested in de-escalation training is more than welcome to come to the 9th Annual Community Freestyle:Tools for the Revolution . 378 Throop Ave (Brooklyn)

-Monday, May 22, 7pm/ People’s Monday/ TBD/ NYC Shut It Down/ Check Twitter and FB for updates


May Day Where?

Union Square: May 1, 2017

Gather 12pm; March at 5pm/ 212-633-6646 FB Event
<<Download flier in Arabic, Spanish, English, Traditional & Simplified Chinese

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-Thursday, April 27 3pm/ Stop the Raids!/ City Hall/

-Saturday, April 29 noon-7pm/ Mayday Festival of Resistance/  Maria Hernandez Park (Knickerbocker Ave ane Starr St, Brooklyn)

-Sunday April 30th, 11am – 4pm/  Queens Se Defiende! // Defend Queens! / Park of the Americas
41-98 104th St, Corona Queens/  Plz join ICE Free Queens for this May Day family gathering. We are looking to mobilize folks toward the May 1st general strike by offering a day full of political education, programming, and community-oriented activities.

-Mon, May 1/ Noon: Rally at Union Square/ 4pm: March/ May Day Shut It Down and Strike/

-Thursday, May 11th @10PM/ Wallbreaker fundraiser for ICE Free NYC/  Macri Park, Lorimer L/Metropolitan G/ Drag performers, raffles, etc.

**Wed, April 19, 6pm, Resist Black Genocide / NYC: PPA & Shut It Down Action: Times Square (by the stairs) 


-Jan 29:The Bronx Is Not for Sale/ 1pm / Mothers on the Move, 928 Intervale Ave, Bronx

-Sat, Mar 11, 12pm: –Sat march 11, 2017: International Working Women’s Day / Herald Square / FB Event.

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-Sun Jan 29, 2017: Queen Defense Committee: 6-8pm. See FB Event for info.

-Sat Jan 15, 2017: PPA Self-Defense Training: 3pm Solidarity Center

–Reclaim MLK Day: Mon Jan 16, 2017:  FB Event: Joint action with our sister organization NYC Shut It Down; 7pm at 125th Street & Lexington Ave. in Harlem. This action will be part of a nationwide effort to reclaim MLK Day by the Movement for Black Lives.

-Fri Jan 20:  Make it Ungovernable! Protest the Presidential Inauguration / Workers World Party, many groups / 7am / Washington, D.C

-Fri Jan 20: Black, Brown & Indigenous Mobilize Against White Nationalism #J20 / Why Accountability /  11am / Harriet Tubman Memorial 235 St. Nicholas Ave

–Plan Now for J20 protests:

-GOING TO DC: There will be a bus going down that you can pay for on sliding scale $20-40 (plus fundraisers – New Years fundraiser). Before J20, there will be a meeting for those planning to go by J20 to talk in more detail about transportation, specific plans for the day, and creative ways to bring signage, etc. See also

**If you are thinking you’d like to go to DC, please sign up for bus tickets ASAP – there are a limited number of seats!!!

-NYC ACTIONS: For folks who don’t want or unable to go to DC, Why Accountability has called Black, Brown & Indigenous Mobilize Against White Nationalism #J20 to protest during the day on J20. NO SCHOOL, NO WORK, NO SHOPPING.

-Sat Jan 21: Justice for Kyam Livingston /  12:30 pm / East 18st and Church Ave. Brooklyn

Jan. 21 Women’s Rally & March in NYC  –11 a.m.   at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza (2nd Ave/47th St) and then march to Trump  Plaza to end around  4 p.m

-Saturday, January 7 / Work   session/marshal orientation for NYC J20 action / 12-2 marshal orientation, 2-4 sign makingSolidarity Center 147 W. 24th St, 2nd Floor

-Sunday, January 8, 6-8pm / PPA Queens Defense Committee Meeting / Location TBD

-Monday January 9, 7pm / People’s Monday for Alfred Olango / NYC Shut it Down / 116th and Frederick Douglass Blvd (B/C trains 116th St stop)

-Tuesday, January 8, 2017, 7-9pm / Solidarity Dinner and Open Mic (QTPOC centered) at the Dreamhouse / 10-22 Wyckoff Ave / $1-20 donation


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