If you missed our Environmental Teach-In, here is a recap of what we learned, with links on how to get involved. Session 1: What is New York’s Climate Law? (Nan Faesller and Amanda Sachs, NY Renews): The Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (the “CLCPA”) is New York State’s landmark climate law. The Climate Law[…]
Please join our monthly meeting on Sunday, May 16 from 3:30 – 5:30 PM with Senator Chuck Schumer and Congressman Jamaal Bowman. Constituents are invited to carry small signs bearing witness to their priorities about specific issues Congress needs to address: voting rights, climate change, immigration rights; LGBTQ rights, infrastructure, economic opportunity, healthcare, police reform,[…]
Sunday, December 13 3pm – 5pm Register Now After his win over Congressman Eliot Engel, Congressman-elect Jamaal Bowman brings a new agenda to Washington. Find out about his priorities. Ask him questions about the pressing issues of our day, both for the nation and for CD16.
On Sunday October 4th from 4:30 to 6:00 join Northwest Bronx Indivisible to learn. how YVote is unleashing the Youth Wave in the Bronx to transform the political landscape and shape the vital issues of our time. Sign up to attend via Zoom here.
Meet the Democratic candidates running for Congress in the 16th District. Incumbent Eliot Engel faces four challengers. The forum was held via Zoom on Sunday, June 7th from 2pm to 4pm. IF YOU MISSED IT, YOU CAN VIEW THE VIDEO RECORDING. https://www.facebook.com/events/295413721638639/?post_id=300251594488185&view=permalink It is not necessary to be a Facebook User to view this public[…]
More than Band-Aids: Long Term Prospects for the Pandemic Virtual Town Hall: COVID and the BRONX—May 28 3:30-5 p.m. Last week, The New York Times and the Gothamist confirmed what we already know: “Bronx [is] the hardest-hit borough–” Because the Bronx is suffering disproportionately from the effects of the COVID-19 epidemic, North[…]
More than Band-Aids: Long Term Prospects for the Pandemic Because the Bronx is suffering disproportionately from the effects of the COVID-19 epidemic, North West Bronx Indivisible is co-sponsoring a Zoom Town Hall entitled COVID and the Bronx. North West Bronx Community Clergy Coalition will be our co-sponsor for the event which is scheduled for May[…]
Northwest Bronx Indivisible has been working to transform our community into a digital one. Like almost every other organization, we have had to adapt our mission to our new world of social distancing. It’s more important than ever to maintain our activism. Join our first virtual meeting this Sunday, April 5th from 3pm to 5pm.[…]
The February meeting of the Northwest Bronx Indivisible explored current US-Iran relations. Our highly experienced speakers were Medea Benjamin (co-founder of the women-led peace group CODEPINK) and Shifra Sered (Associate Regional Director of J Street, which advocates for policies that advance shared US/Israeli interests). If you missed the meeting, please check out the video. In[…]
We will meet on March 29th at the Riverdale Yonkers Ethical Culture Society from 3 to 5. We will begin with the film Suppressed. We will follow with a discussion of the numerous aggressive actions, that Republicans are taking to disenfranchise Americans of color, as well as the young. We will propose ideas for how[…]