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Assault of Black HS Student Protested

PLOT (Progressive Leaders of Tomorrow) Organizers are asking for action protesting the assault of a black high school student by security staff. They are asking for letters or emails to be sent to Superintendent Thompson The Letter outlines corrective steps to achieve a supportive environment for students of color: I’m sure you are aware […]

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True Energy Efficiency

True Energy Efficiency LMI Stakeholder Workshop The New York State Department of Public Service (DPS) and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) are holding regional forums across the state focused on energy affordability, access to energy efficiency and other clean energy solutions in low-income communities. We are having on in Binghamton!

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March for Racial Justice Oct. 13

Saturday, October 13th, join us for Binghamton’s 2nd Annual March for Racial Justice—a follow-up to last year’s widely attended national #M4RJ racial justice march. This year’s theme is “Black Women Lead” and we plan to highlight and expand upon the tangible anti-racism work being done right here in the Southern Tier. We will have speakers

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Vote Smart-Free Tools

Below is a recap of all the free, powerful tools Vote Smart has to offer to give you peace of mind that you’re electing the right people to represent you this November. ISPY: Enables every citizen to research the records of over 40,000 politicians in a keyword searchable database: every biography, vote, issue position, rating,

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Mural Mapping at LUMA

A new feature of LUMA is “Mural Mapping” will project still images by local artists onto the Atomic Tom’s building on State St. Nineteen images will be projected in a loop on both Friday and Saturday Sept. 7-8th 9 pm to midnight; each will create a temporary mural for about two minutes. The originals will

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