International Women’s Day Petition

 
Get Ready! International Women’s Day (March 8) will be here before we know it! What better way to celebrate and honor the women in your life than to make International Women’s Day a New York State holiday!  
The Red Carpet for Justice Coalition needs your help in the campaign to get the New York State Legislature to adopt March 8 as a state holiday. Please sign the petition!   
Please share this link with your Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. networks or download a pdf and print and circulate the petitions in person. Printed petitions can be scanned and emailed back to either Minerva Solla ([email protected]) or Michelle Keller ([email protected]). Thank you!
Sign the Online Petition!
Download a Printable Petition (Letter Size) 
Download a Printable Petition (Legal Size)
Download a Printable Petition in Spanish 

Preserving Places of Significance for Black History

New York City has a great interactive map and article on site within the 5 boroughs that are important for our collective history, and Black history in particular. The site: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/2e2f8343e7254e948f5a0d3699ba91fd is a great resource and the interactive aspect of the map allows you to focus on whichever aspects of the built landscape you’re interested in viewing.

Harlem Restaurant Week

Harlem Restaurant Week kicked off on Valentine’s Day, with some 50 restaurants across Harlem participating with takeout, delivery, outdoor and indoor dining.

Organized by Harlem Park to Park, this year’s campaign runs through February 28 and features $25 specials to celebrate the 25% capacity return to indoor dining, plus “Best In Harlem $10 Eats.”

Participating East Harlem restaurants include: Au Jus Oklahoma BBQChu Ros ThaiDear Mama CoffeeEast Harlem Bottling Co.El PasoEvelyn’s KitchenGAUDirJaguarMalii Thai KitchenOllinSantiago’s Beer Garden and Teranga. For menus, see www.harlemrestaurantweek.com.