Jan 042018
 
Free Jean Montrevil

Free Jean Montrevil from ICE Detention… Seven years ago, VID was crucial in getting Jean Montrevil released from detention — he was on his way to Haiti and death. Since then he has raised his four children (his youngest is now at Brooklyn Tech), paid taxes, helped many people, and …. of course, checked in regularly and never had any brushes with the law. But four vans and many ICE officers picked him up on the sidewalk, after work, on Wednesday, and now we must again help him — and all the immigrants unjustly deported. First step — come to […]

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Feb 032017
 
February General Meeting

February General Meeting Thursday, February 9th, 2017  St. John’s Lutheran Church Annex 83 Christopher Street – 6:30 PM Agenda Make Sure to check out our facebook page and join our event Saturday Feb.11th as we organize the village against Donald Trump!  Click Here                                                               President’s Report  – Erik Coler       I. Woman’s March (Update) – see also Villager Coverage      II. Feb. 11th, Anti-Trump Day of Action   Committee Reports       […]

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Oct 232015
 
VID's September Meeting

The September Meeting Covered Many Topics… Minutes-2015-9-17 September was a busy month:  leafleting, poll watching, campaigning, judicial candidate selections, forums, vigils, the Judicial Delegates Convention and more.  Following is a brief summary of the General Membership Meeting with a link to the full minutes. Tim Wu will be working for the NYS Attorney General, specializing in technology. The Executive Committee had voted to donate $225 to the Cooper Square Committee for an ad in their journal, it was approved by the Membership. Terri Cude and Dennis Gault won by a large margin, and All six of our judicial delegates won. […]

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Sep 272015
 

Candles for Clemency from emmanuel fineus on Vimeo. More than 150 Candles for Clemency Lit Up Mt. Kisco on Sept 26th In a departure from his previous policy, Governor Andrew Cuomo is establishing a system to review requests to shorten prison sentences of rehabilitated prisoners. Four days before a planned demonstration near his Westchester County home that had the backing of a wide array of elected officials, the governor called longtime gay activist Allen Roskoff, saying, “I get it. I get it. It will be done.” Cuomo pledged to review requests for clemency from state prisoners. The September 26 demonstration in […]

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