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.

Support Us With A Donation

Upcoming Events

The Latest

From the Adalah Justice Project:

As we see the continued violence of the Israeli state and the devastating consequences of its latest massacre in Gaza, it is more important than ever that we hold corporations that are complicit in Israeli apartheid and colonial violence accountable.   Right now is a...

read more

Why We Continue to Support WESPAC

Precious video put together by Ainsley!  Thank you so much, Ainsley!     Clips with a range of WESPAC members talking about why WESPAC continues to be worthy of support as a treasured community institution. If you have not sent in your annual dues or contribution, now...

read more

Graphic Design for Organizing Certificate Program

Español abajo | En français ci-dessous | Português abaixo | العربية أدناه Hello Nada,Are you using graphic design to educate, shape narrative, drive action, and pressure targets? You might wonder where you’ll get the training, feedback, and mentorship to get to the...

read more

The Janes Documentary

Hello to all!   There is a very interesting documentary available on HBO Max detailing the story of "the Janes" who provided abortion care for thousands of women in Pre Roe v. Wade America. Here is the link with more information as well as the trailer:...

read more

Pace Food Law is hiring a Program Coordinator!

From Pace Food Law:   The Food and Beverage Law Clinic here at Pace University’s Elisabeth Haub School of Law is hiring a Program Coordinator. The Clinic provides pro bono transactional legal services to small farms, food and craft beverage entrepreneurs, and related...

read more

The Syracuse Peace Council is Hiring!

From the Syracuse Peace Council: Get Paid to Work for Social Justice! The Syracuse Peace Council is Hiring The Syracuse Peace Council, the longest running, independent peace and social justice organization in the country, is hiring TWO Staff Organizers! SPC is a...

read more

WESPAC on Facebook

2 weeks ago

Explore WESPAC
#CommunitiesNotCages is fighting to overhaul NY’s racist sentencing laws. Use this tool, p2a.co/pkru7PJ, to demand your lawmakers stand with us to:❌ ELIMINATE MANDATORY MINIMUMS❌ END EXTREME SENTENCING✅ SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION❤️ And bring our loved ones home! ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

WESPAC on Twitter

New Yorkers need access to jobs, housing, and education. @CarlHeastie @AndreaSCousins @GovKathyHochul, we call on you to pass #CleanSlateNY now.

Collective letter to NYS Senate Majority Leader regarding banking crisis: https://www.neweconomynyc.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/3.16.23-Letter-to-Leadership-re-Signature-public-banking.pdf

Tell Congress: Repeal the Trump-era Rollbacks. Co-Sponsor the Secure Viable Banking Act Now!

MONDAY: It's time to show up and show out for the 2.3 million NYers with old conviction records who face barriers to jobs, housing + education. #CleanSlateNY must pass THIS SESSION. RSVP for our Albany Advocacy Day here: http://bit.ly/CSNYMarch20. Food and transportation provided.

New York public banking supporters say recent failures show need for law https://nystateofpolitics.com/state-of-politics/new-york/ny-state-of-politics/2023/03/17/public-banking-supporters-say-recent-failures-show-need-for-law?cid=share_twitter

NYC has $60M in Signature Bank accounts, fueling calls for more scrutiny of the banks that hold taxpayer cash and renewed attention for a “public bank” option

For @Gothamist https://gothamist.com/news/nyc-has-60m-in-signature-bank-accounts-fueling-calls-for-more-scrutiny

BREAKING: The Senate has included #CleanSlateNY in the one-house budget.

Clean Slate will bring relief to New Yorkers who have been excluded from economic opportunity, stable housing, and higher education for too long. We call for passage now. Our statement:

Load More