New York City

Freedom Hall

Organizing Center and Bookstore

113 West 128th St., New York, New York (between Malcolm X/Lenox & Adam Clayton Powell Blvds.)

Take subways #2 or 3 to 125th St.; #4, 5 or 6 to 125th St. and walk west four blocks; A, B, C or D to 125th St. and walk east three blocks.

Phone: (212) 222-0633
Email: nycfsp@gmail.com
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Public Hours
Monday and Thursday, 12pm-6pm or call for an appointment!

Freedom Hall is available for rent.
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Meeting

Thursday, January 25, 7-9 pm

NYC FSP Open Meeting: “Witches, Midwives and Reproductive Freedom”

In communal societies of centuries past, women were leaders and healers. In the patriarchal war to rob women of control over their own bodies, wise women were demonized as witches.

Midwife Kaitlyn Greenough will explain how women’s reproductive lives were locked into the control of a profit-driven healthcare system that treats pregnancy as pathology. She will share information about today’s movement to empower women to choose from all reproductive and health options, free of economic or social coercion.

The agenda will also include a brief update on upcoming Black History Month events and how to plug into NYC actions.

All are welcome. Meeting admission is free. Dinner--with vegan option--served at 6:30pm for $10 donation.

FSP MEETING
Thursday, January 25
Dinner served at 6:30pm
Meeting at 7pm

Freedom Hall (address above).

Ongoing

Police Accountability Campaign Meeting

How many more Black lives can we watch destroyed without justice? How many more guilty cops can we watch run free?

There is a grassroots campaign organizing for an Elected Civilian Review Board (ECRB) that would be empowered to discipline the NYPD and work with an Elected Special Prosecutor to bring justice to victims of police violence.

Join the NYC Campaign for an Elected Civilian Review Board! Come out to the next meeting to learn more and contribute your ideas.

We work together democratically and consciously build the participation and leadership of those most affected by police violence.

The Campaign needs street canvassers, social media help, writing, research help, and more!

NEXT ORGANIZING MEETING
Saturday, January 13, 1PM - 3PM
Light lunch available for donation.

Brooklyn, location TBA

For more info, call (212) 222-0633 or email nycfsp@gmail.com

Event Link: www.facebook.com/StopPoliceViolenceNYC/events