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Come plan our activities and in particular work for fair trials for Ukrainians from Crimea now imprisoned in Russia.Find out more »
On Wednesday, June 20th, World Refugee Day, please join African Communities Together (ACT) and the City of Refuge Coalition as we march and rally to Stop the Refugee Ban, Save Asylum, Defend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and Keep Children and Families Together. Amnesty International members will be joining - please email Prachi at [email protected] if you're interested in connecting with us. 5:30 PM: Assemble in the terrace between NY Public Library and Bryant Park - 42nd Street between 5th Avenue…Find out more »
Join The International Committee of the League of Professional Theatre Women for a first exploration of "In Her Words - Refugee Women's Stories." "In Her Words" is documentary theatre - a global collection of refugee women's stories told in their words, and delivered on stage by actors, singers and dancers. The event may include a panel and the opportunity to meet organizations that support refugees, including Amnesty International. The event will be on Wednesday, June 20th - World Refugee Day…Find out more »
Join the Brooklyn Amnesty Local Group on Wednesday, June 20 to celebrate World Refugee Day and actively show our support for refugees with a picnic in Brooklyn's Prospect Park. 6:30pm. Meet at the Bandshell Picnic Tables, near the 9th street entrance. Access G & F trains, 61 Bus. RSVP preferred but not necessary: [email protected] We will be joined by refugees, locals and people working with newly arrived refugees. This dinner will be a great opportunity to learn more about refugees’…Find out more »
Come out and celebrate the 7th annual North Shore Pride Parade and Festival. The Parade kicks off at noon with celebrity Grand Marshall comedienne Caroline Rhea (TV’s “Sabrina the Teenage Witch”) and a new expanded route through downtown Salem that ends on Salem Commons park for the festival. Join radio personality Angie C of WZLX as she hosts a fun-filled day the whole family will enjoy with live music acts, a dedicated kids zone, dozens of vendor tables featuring some…Find out more »
Visit Amnesty's Pride Tent at the NYC Pridefest on June 24th from 11 am and take action! If you're interested in volunteering or marching with the Amnesty International contingent, email Prachi at [email protected] Volunteers will receive a complimentary t-shirt as a thank you for their time and efforts.Find out more »
We have a local group meeting at Central Markert's Upstairs Community Room the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm. We discuss current AI campaigns with guest speakers, plan events, and educate new members about our local group. Food, Drink, Information & Actions! Meet us & learn how *you* can make a difference locally and globally!Find out more »
We're the Amnesty International chapter of the Twin Cities. Each month we have a friendly, informal meeting where we review recent human rights news, plan events, and host a guest speaker. Snacks provided. Note that in December we usually change the meeting date.Find out more »
You're invited! What: Amnesty International Local Group 30 Where: First Unitarian Universalist Center - 1187 Franklin Street (at Geary) in San Francisco When: Wednesday, August 9th at 7:30 pm (we meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm) Why: We are a community-based collection of volunteers who meet, write letters, and organize events to advance the principles of human rights promoted by Amnesty International worldwide. For more information, please visit http://aigroup30.org/ or https://www.facebook.com/sfgroup30Find out more »