Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer
U.S. Congressman Charles B. Rangel
State Senator Jose M. Serrano
State Senator Bill Perkins
Assemblymember Robert Rodriguez
Assemblymember Keith L.T. Wright
Councilmember Melissa Mark-Viverito
Councilmember Inez E. Dickens
And Community Board 11
Stop the Violence March!
Join us as we speak out against the recent spike in violent crime in East Harlem.
Let’s unite as a community and say
NO MORE VIOLENCE!
Wednesday, May 9th (Tonight!)
Assemble at Thomas Jefferson Park
(1st Avenue between 113th and 114th Streets)
Concludes with a rally at East 106th Street and 3rd Avenue
Please RSVP to 212-669-4462 or Events@manhattanbp.org
Co-sponsors: 116th Street Block Association, 23rd Precinct Community Council, CEC 4, Children’s Aid Society, Community School District 4, Community Voices Heard, East Harlem Business Capital Corporation, East Harlem Consortium, Family Health Service, Friendly Hands Ministry, Harlem Community Justice Center, Harlem RBI, HOPE Community, Human Services Council, Little Sisters of the Assumption, Manhattan Neighborhood Network, Metropolitan Hospital Centers Community Advisory Board, National Action Network, New York Civil Liberties Union, New Yorkers Against Gun Violence, Northside Center for Child Development, Peace on the Street, Steps to End Family Violence, Union Settlement Association, VIP Mujeres, Wheels of Progress, World Series Stickball Community Gallery, YouthBuild East Harlem