Peace Action of Staten Island

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    Click here to read the August 2017 Newsletter (PDF)

See upcoming events below:

Saturday September 9: PASI General Meeting. Unitarian Church of Staten Island, 312 Fillmore Street (at Clinton Ave). 5:30 to 8 pm. "Trump, White Supremacy, and the Progressive Response"  with historian Debbie-Ann Paige.

In this Presidency, and particularly after Charlottesville, progressives have taken up an intense debate on how to best respond to hate groups and their bold expressions of fascism, racism, anti-Semitism, and misogyny. 

How can progressives and activists act to disrupt and challenge hate? Through video clips and readings, we will explore tactics and perspectives, past and present, and how hate develops and manifests, in hate groups and throughout society. 

Saturday, Sept. 16:
Staten Island Black Heritage Family Day/Parade.  12 noon parade Vanderbilt & Bay. Street.  Festival in Tappen Park/Stapleton.  Stop by Peace Action of Staten Island's table.

Tuesday September 19: PASI Board Meeting - All Are Welcome! ETG Book Café, 208 Bay Street.  7 - 9pm. 

Thursday, Sept. 21
International Day of Peace (United Nations) 

Friday, October 13:  Peace Action 60th Anniversary Gala.  Riverside Church, 490 Riverside Drive, New York, NY 10027. 6 - 9 PM.  Harry Belafonte will receive Lifetime Achievement Award. LaDonna Brave Bull Allard of Standing Rock will receive the William Sloane Coffin Award.  Medea Benjamin will emcee.

Saturday October 28:  Make Food Not War Dinner.  5 – 8 pm.  Olivet Presbyterian Church, 97 Myrtle Ave, Staten Island, NY 10310.  A wonderful evening supporting four of Staten Island's own peacemakers with music by sisters Omnia and Leila Hegazy!  This is Peace Action of Staten Island's annual fundraiser and your support is so very much appreciated!  Tickets are $45 with a limited number of sliding scale tickets at $20.  Journal ads range from $30 to $100.  Click here to get your tickets or buy an ad.


Every Saturday 11am - 1pm. Vigil in solidarity with victims of humanitarian crisis in Yemen. Union Square Park New York, NY. South end of park near statue of George Washington on horseback. 

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