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National Action Network Convention Kicks Off Today

National Action Network Convention Kicks Off Today

Today marks the start of the National Action Network Convention. This year’s convention–held 50 years after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr–will bring together activists, thought leaders, politicians and clergy, to lay out tangible steps that we can […]

National Action Network 2018 Convention. April 18-21, 2018

National Action Network’s 2018 Convention, April 18-21 — Register today!

National Action Network’s 2018 Convention will take place April 18-21 at the Times Square Sheraton [811 7th Av, New York, NY 10019] in New York City. It offer an opportunity to revisit the current state of the national civil rights movement in America. We […]

Mayor de Blasio, City Pols Commemorate MLK Day at NAN

Mayor de Blasio, City Pols Commemorate MLK Day at NAN

Let us remember Dr. King as someone who was an activist, an agitator, [a man who] refused to back down.

by · January 17, 2017 · News, Politics
Current and former candidates for POTUS:  Donald J. Trump, Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Rev. Al Sharpton.

WYSK: I Believe Jesse Jackson Won’t Mind…

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW By Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz  I Believe Jesse Jackson Won’t Mind You should know that on February 29, 2016, while I was flipping through television stations, I came across a story on “Fox News Insider” announcing […]

by · March 2, 2016 · What You Should Know
NAN Town Hall On Rikers Island Reform, February 22

NAN Town Hall On Rikers Island Reform, February 22

The stakes are too high. We cannot wait for the death of a CO, inmate or civilian before we have Real Reform on Rikers.  Let your voice be heard and help us fix Rikers. Join us on Monday, February 22nd […]

WYSK: Mayor Bill de Blasio Should Go Back and Spend another Night in a NYCHA Building

WYSK: Mayor Bill de Blasio Should Go Back and Spend another Night in a NYCHA Building

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW By Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz District 32 Bronx Mayor Bill de Blasio Should Go Back and Spend another Night in a NYCHA Building You should know that on July 20, 2013, when then New York City […]

by · November 13, 2015 · Op Ed, What You Should Know