Mar 092016
 
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Be Sociable, Share! TweetVID held a lively February Meeting… which included approval of a letter to Landmark Julius Bar, a resolution for the DNC to schedule more debates, approval of the VID endorsement calendar and a debate over affordable housing vs. local gardens. February 2, 2016 Meeting Minutes Our new Vice President, Erik Coler, stood in for President Nadine Hoffmann, and opened by introducing two judges, the Honorable James E. d’Auguste and Honorable Alexander M. Tisch.   He then presented Nadine’s letter in support of landmarking Julius’ Bar.  The members unanimously approved.  Also approved at the February meeting was Kathy Slawinski’s resolution urging […]

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Feb 092016
 
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Be Sociable, Share! TweetThe January Meeting Elected More VID Officers and Highlighted the WE NYC Initiative On January 14th VID elected (re-elected) the remaining roster of officers and then heard from VID favorite Marti Spiranza about the Women Entrepreneur initiative to expand female entrepreneurship in New York City, with a special focus on under-served women and communities.  You can see the Minutes of the entire meeting here. First, the elections: There was only one nominee for Treasurer–Frieda Bradlow Kathy Slawinski was the one nominee for Recording Secretary For Corresponding Secretary, the two nominees were Ed Yutkowitz and Jonathan Geballe. As […]

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Sep 222014
 
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Be Sociable, Share! TweetVID was well-represented at The People’s Climate March March on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014.  We’ll give you more background soon, but till then, here are the pictures: Be Sociable, Share! Tweet

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Sep 082014
 
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Be Sociable, Share! TweetVID was well represented at the Clemency Vigil which took place by candle light on the evening of September 6th in Mt. Kisco, NY outside the home of Governor Andrew Cuomo.  Over 150 people participated. Its purpose was to try to convince the governor to start issuing clemencies to those inmates in the NYS correctional system who deserve them.  Many inmates have been incarcerated for long periods of time either for non-violent crimes or for serious crimes, but have unquestionably been rehabilitated.  As of today the governor hasn’t issued a single clemency.   The rally was organized […]

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