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Valatie, New York
Body/Soul | Fiction/Memoir | Hard news
23 August 2020 02:49PM
Martin

www.eventbrite.com/e/citizens-concerned-about-law-enforcement-in-columbia-county-tickets-116448770407?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=listing

This livestream Zoom Forum will have a broad spectrum of speakers, representing various aspects of law enforcement; criminal investigators, public health, attorneys with extensive experience with police, judicial and political corruption, and institutional racism; Handy family members; activists and community organizers.

This bipartisan panel will explore the current dysfunction of the system and how to demand justice, reform, accountability, transparency and re-appropriation of funds. It will be followed by a Q&A session and resources will be provided to support increased community involvement.

Other presenters include retired NYS Investigator Diana Benoit; Jen Handy; Columbia County Supervisor Michael Chameides; Dr. AnnaMaria Assevero; Reverend Kim Singletary; paralegal immigration activist Jarin Ahmed; and community organizer and activist Randall Martin.

The action was initially inspired by the Rosentrach/Briscoe 4th of July party that left Harrold Handy severely injured but will address the need for general criminal justice reform and legislative transparency. Seven weeks later, no charges have been filed in the Handy case.

More information and registration click the link above or visit us at
http://www.cd19indivisible.org

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Valatie, New York
Body/Soul | Fiction/Memoir | Hard news
12 November 2019 01:22PM
North Chatham Free Library

Sunday, November 17, 3pm

In her book The Weight of a Feather, Lynda delivers a chilling view of life with a family member struggling with an addiction. With unabashed honesty, Lynda shares her story of frustration and anguish as she faces the treachery of addiction, the unraveling of her family, and the roadblocks on the way to recovery.

Multiply this story more than a million times, and you will come away with a better understanding of the crisis that is affecting so many today.
Contact the NCFL at (518) 766-3211 or Mail@NorthChathamLibrary.org.

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