New York Taxi Workers Alliance and Law@theMargins welcomes Coalition of Immokalee Workers for a discussion of their award-winning worker-driven social responsibility model to protect the human rights of farmworkers in the fields, the Fair Food Program, and to learn about their current “Harvest without Violence” campaign to end sexual violence in Wendy’s supply chain.
Monday, November 13 at 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
New York Taxi Workers Alliance, 31-10 37th Avenue, Suite #300, LIC, NY 11101
The CIW’s presentation will be followed by a worker dialogue with the New York Taxi Workers Alliance. RSVP
Self Defense & Bystander Intervention for Worker Leaders
Wednesday, November 8th, 2017
5:30pm – 8:30pm
Cornell ILR Conference Center
16 East 34th Street, 6th Floor, New York City
(between 5th and Madison)
This is a free event but seating is limited. RSVP is required!
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Amid political crisis and the rise in violence, many of us want to rise up and intervene to stop harassment and violence against people in our communities. This bystander and self-defense training will convene members, leaders, stewards and staff of unions or workers’ centers.
Learn how to effectively intervene and de-escalate harassment and violence, whether you witness it or experience it yourself. This workshop will address:
- Understanding Street and Public Harassment
- Skills and Options for UPstander behaviors
- 5 D’s – direct, distract, delegate, delay, document
- Develop strategies for harassment you may witness or experience
- Learn Basic Self-Defense
- Networking with local community resources
Who should attend: Members, leaders, stewards and staff of unions or workers’ centers.
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Join the Hate Free Zone organizations in Kensington, Brooklyn for a self defense training for women, queer and trans folks. Childcare and snacks will be available.
The Hate Free Zones is led by frontline communities facing threats of deportation, police brutality, hate crimes and other forms of interpersonal and state violence. Hate Free Zones is aimed at creating a grassroots community defense system in which we can find safety in each other. The Hate Free Zones consist of community based organizations, neighborhood businesses and faith based institutions. This training is being organized by DRUM, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice, Showing Up for Racial Justice and Occupy Kensington. We will be joined by guest trainers from the Center for Anti-Violence Education. RSVP on Facebook
Construction workers across New York City will benefit from increased access to more health and safety training in an effort to reduce workplace fatalities
Today, we stand with New York City Council Members Jumaane Williams and Carlos Menchaca, Mayor Bill de Blasio, Gary LaBarbera from the Building and Construction Trades Council, Charlene Obernauer from the New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH) and other allies and supporters to celebrate the historic passage of Intro. 1447-C into law.