This series of conversations will begin in December. More information and tickets here.
New York City government is on the cusp of major change as a result of the November 2021 election. Just who are the people who got elected? What can we learn about them and their views? What does the future of the city hold under new leadership? And what will its likely impact be on our community?
Join Ruth Messinger, the JCC’s social justice activist in residence, and Matt Nosanchuk, president and co-founder of the New York Jewish Agenda (NYJA), for series of conversations with newly elected officials.
Thu, Dec 9, 7–8 pm: Manhattan Borough President-Elect Mark Levine For more info + to register, click here.
Thu, Dec 16, 7–8 pm: New York City Comptroller-Elect Brad Lander For more info + to register, click here.
Thu, Jan 20, 7–8 pm: New York County District Attorney-Elect Alvin Bragg For more info + to register, click here.
Thu, Jan 27, 7–8 pm: New York City Public Advocate-Elect Jumaane Williams For more info + to register, click here.
Sessions will take place online over Zoom. Please register in advance. Closed Captioning is available on Zoom to increase the accessibility of this program.
More information and tickets here.
Justice in Action: The Future of NYC