WESPAC

We have been a leading force for progressive social change in Westchester County, New York, since 1974.  We have been educating, agitating and organizing for a more just and peaceful world, an end to militarism and racism and a more fair economy that works for all.

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New York Emergency Action for Yemen

Hello everyone! We wanted to share information about the Yemen Week of Action which will take place next week (June 21-24). During this week, grassroots activists across the country will join Action Webinars to pressure our Representatives to cosponsor the newly...

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Ban Assault Weapons Now!

Uvalde. Buffalo. Parkland. Las Vegas. Sandy Hook. Sutherland Springs. How many more people must be massacred by assault rifles until Congress gets these weapons of war off our streets? We are tired of mourning. We are tired of empty platitudes. Nations like Australia...

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WESPAC Social Justice Tour of Buenos Aires!

Our international tours are back! The feedback we received from our last tour was stellar thanks to Delia! She’s a first class tour guide! Please see attached and let us know if you are "in"!

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WESPAC on Twitter

Palestinians may be banned from flying their flag under an apartheid government, but we can still proudly do it at my office. I’m proud to be a Palestinian American and I want the Palestinian people to know that not all Americans support apartheid. No one can erase our existence.

📺📰: #CommunitiesNotCages was on local news all across New York featuring our advocacy day in Albany yesterday. "Advocates rallied in Albany to call on Governor Hochul and the legislature to pass the Eliminate Mandatory Minimums Act, Second Look Act, and Earned Time Act."

RIGHT NOW: Hundreds of us are gathered in Albany to demand passage of the Eliminate Mandatory Minimums, Second Look Act and Earned Time Act.

We need #CommunitiesNotCages.

Good news! A bill was just approved by the Senate Committee on Children and Families that would prevent cops from interrogating youth w/o giving them a lawyer first. Thx to Senators @jamaaltbailey & @JabariBrisport. Now, on to the Codes Committee! Stay tuned. #HowABillBecomesLaw

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