4:00 PM16:00

Our Voice PA: Engaging Millennials to Govern

OUR VOICE presents an afternoon townhall discussion featuring former DNC Chair candidate Samuel Ronan and other guests at the Sanctuary Stunt Studio in beautiful downtown Hazleton, PA.

Samuel Ronan was the ONLY DNC Chair candidate who proposed getting big money out of politics.

Samuel Ronan was the ONLY DNC Chair candidate who could unashamedly say BERNIE GOT SCREWED and the DNC colluded with Hillary Clinton to steal the nomination.

Samuel Ronan was the ONLY DNC Chair candidate to call out the party for not letting the Bernie Sanders supporters speak at the Convention.

Risking the peril of a political career, Samuel Ronan stood on stage against the chosen party elites and used his opportunity to speak to be OUR VOICE by calling out the injustices of a Democratic party who SOLD OUT to corporate lobby interests.

He used an international platform on CNN to speak TRUTH TO POWER and hold these greed driven leaders of ours accountable.


Now Sam is traveling around the country to motivate outsiders and millennials to not only register to vote, and to show up at the polls, but to take action by putting themselves on ballots for local, state, and federal positions.

JOIN US for a free night of political interaction. This is your chance to use YOUR VOICE to a man who has been charged to speak OUR VOICE!

The event is free, but seating is limited.


Special thanks to The Sanctuary for offering up your beautiful facility for this event. This venue is spectacularly one of a kind.

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12:00 PM12:00

EARTH DAY NYC 2017 Noon Rally to Stop Trump's Climate Agenda

Join us on Earth Day for a noon rally at Foley Square to express our opposition to Trump’s climate agenda. Trump calls climate change a hoax. He has promised to reduce the environmental regulations that protect our air and water and to increase our reliance on coal, oil, and gas. To protect all living things on our planet, we must transition as quickly as possible from fossil fuels and nuclear power to a new, green economy based on renewable energy. 


Dwaine C. Perry, President/Chief, Ramapough Lunaape Nation

State Senator Brad Hoylman, Democratic Member of the Environmental Conservation Committee

State Senator Liz Krueger, Ranking Democratic Member of the Finance Committee and sponsor of the Fossil Fuel Divestment Act

Jon Forster, DC 37

Helen Rosenthal, NYC Council, Chair of the Committee on Contracts

Lawrence Jennings, GreenFaith, Interfaith Partner

Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal, Member, Subcommittee on Renewable Energy

NYC City Council Member Costa Constantinides, Chair of the Committee on Environmental Protection

Bethany Yarrow, musician

"Earth Restoration," performance piece by Catherine Skopic with representatives from environmental organizations. 

This is a public and peaceful Earth Day event for which we have obtained a permit. Please share our announcement.

Funds for this rally provided by the Sierra Club NYC Group and United For Action (UFA).

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10:00 AM10:00

March for Science NYC

Help support March for Science NYC by making a tax-deductible contribution here


March for Science NYC is a New York based nonprofit that is focused on building bridges between New York's Scientific and nonscientific communities. We are marching to show support for publicly funded science and scientists. Here, we believe that when you love something as much as we love science, you celebrate it! We are honored to be hosting this march event for our entire community that will take place in the Upper West Side of Manhattan on April 22, 2017and move south. We invite everyone in our community to come together on this day and show the world how much New Yorkers love and support Science! 

In true celebratory fashion, we want our march to feel more like a parade in which you – the amazing and diverse residents of our community – will be showcased as marching science advocates! We invite groups - anyone from official organizations, and school clubs to scout troops, dance squads, book clubs, and sports teams - to register as Marching Science Advocates and march proudly with your own banner telling the world that YOU LOVE & SUPPORT SCIENCE! 

We will be continually updating our website and social media with specific times, locations, and details on all the fun as we get closer to the event date. Please register as an individual or group to receive the most up to date information from us via email. 

While we may be all meeting for the first time on April 22, we look forward to working with the March for Science community for the foreseeable future and can’t wait to kick off this relationship with this event! 


Want to volunteer? Fill out our form and we'll be in touch!

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12:00 PM12:00

Get Money Out of Politics Rally

Confirmed speakers so far:

Tim Black (The Tim Black Show) 
twitter: @realtimblack

Sam Ronan (Former DNC Chair candidate and progressive activist)
twitter: @ronan4progress

Robin Laverne Wilson (2016 Green Party challenger for Chuck Schumer's senate seat)
twitter: @robinforsenator

Ali Mirza (progressive running for Congress - Western Nassau and South East Queens) 

Jabari Brisport (running for city council in Brooklyn district 35)
Twitter: @Jabari2017

Jonathan Voght (State Legislative Director of Wolf-PAC, NY)

Keith Rubino (Running for NY State legislator in District 1)

And many more to come!

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11:00 AM11:00

Tax March on Plainfield NJ

Throughout the presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised that he would release his tax returns "later." Then, just a few days after Trump assumed office, his top adviser, Kellyanne Conway, said that he wouldn't release his tax returns ever, because the American people "don't care." We're here to say that we do care.

Join us at Cedar Brook Park in Plainfield on Saturday, April 15, 2017, to march and show Donald Trump that he owes us transparency. Two-thirds of Americans are concerned that he may be putting his interests ahead of the country's. Until we see his tax returns, we will not let let up.

To help organize and volunteer sign up below:

By RSVPing for this event, I pledge to comply with the law and I commit to act non-violently in word and deed.

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7:00 PM19:00

Volunteer Expo

Our annual Volunteer Expo seeks to aid local nonprofit organizations in their search for volunteers. The event brings together locals, students and workers from the community and allows you to meet representatives from over 60 participating nonprofit organizations looking for volunteers.

Looking for the right volunteer opportunity for you? Come to the only event of its kind in the area. Free and open to the public, this special evening gives you a chance to learn about various charity groups and their volunteer opportunities.

Register here to attend!

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5:00 PM17:00

Campuses Rally for Immigrant Rights: Day of Culture and Action

530pm: Action officially begins at Brewer Fountain (next to Park Street T station)
545pm-6pm: Organizer Introductions
6-7pm: Dance, Poetry, and Music Performances + Speakers from Cosecha, SIM, Centro Presente, MIRA, others
7-715pm: March to Downtown Crossing area (past Primark and into the Shoppers Plaza, across from Marshall's)
715-730pm: Sing and chant at the Shoppers Plaza area

Accessibility & Details:
Surfaces - Cement around Brewer Fountain and/or nearby grass, Cement on walk from Common to Downtown Crossing Area
First Aid Kit - Will be available with support from a professional. 
Permit - Includes sound and space at Brewer Fountain

President Trump’s xenophobic immigration policies and harsh rhetoric against immigrants threaten our country’s values while isolating immigrant communities that are the fabric of our nation. On Thursday, April 13th, campuses across Boston will stand together to show solidarity and support for immigrants in our communities and on our campuses. Join us as we have members of our communities share their narratives, celebrate diverse cultures, and speak out against this administration’s attacks on our friends, family, and neighbors. 

We support Cosecha, a nonviolent movement fighting for permanent protection, dignity and respect for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States. Cosecha is determined to build the resistance that will dramatically shift the public opinion around immigration in this country and win permanent protection, dignity, and respect for the entire immigrant community. We will be building support and momentum for A Day Without Immigrants on May 1st to remind the American public that this country cannot function without the labor of our community - the immigrant community.

We support The Safe Communities Act, which would protect the civil rights of all Massachusetts residents by making sure our tax dollars are not used to help the Trump administration deport immigrant families or to create a Muslim registry. We recognize that our communities need protection in this moment, but that we also need a strategy of resistance to mobilize our communities for the long-term and national fight for permanent protection.

Students, faculty, staff, and workers are also organizing to make their respective campuses a #SanctuaryCampus. The movement is about claiming spaces of resistance and protection for our country's most vulnerable people - including undocumented immigrants, Muslims, people of color, women, transgender, and queer folks.

Organizers and co-sponsors include Sanctuary Campus Coalition Northeastern University, Movimiento Cosecha, the Student-Immigrant Movement (SIM), COMBAT (Coalition to Organize and Mobilize Boston Against Trump), EmersonUNITE, Berklee Activist Network, and Harvard Graduate Student Union-UAW Organizing Committee.

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