CLSJ Community Phone Bank

CLSJ Community Phone Bank Wednesday will let you get more involved in empowering our community.  The collaboration is in partnership with the Brooklyn Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated. All are welcome.

Brooklyn Library Voter Engagement

CLSJ promotes voter education and encourages civic participation at the Brooklyn Library. In partnership with the Brooklyn Voter Alliance, the focus is to establish a sense of empowerment and community involvement among the public.

Lips Cafe Voter Engagement

CLSJ promotes voter education and encourages civic participation at the Lips Cafe. In partnership with the Brooklyn Voter Alliance, the focus is to establish a sense of empowerment and community involvement among the public.

CLSJ Community Phone Bank

CLSJ Community Phone Bank Wednesday will let you get more involved in empowering our community. All are welcome.

CLSJ Community Phone Bank

CLSJ Community Phone Bank Wednesday will let you get more involved in empowering our community. All are welcome.

Behind Bars: Mass Incarceration, Inequality, and The Ballot

CLSJ Black Voter Education Series will help transform how you see the power of your vote. Session 2: Behind Bars Mass Incarceration, Inequality & The Ballot.  This is in partnership with College & Community Fellowship and Chuck’s Round Table. 

 

CLSJ Community Phone Bank

CLSJ Community Phone Bank Wednesday will let you get more involved in empowering our community. All are welcome.

Right To Read Documentary & Panel Discussion

The Right to Read film screening will be held at Medgar Evers College on June 13 in the Edison O. Jackson Auditorium. This is a collaboration with Brooklyn NAACP Branch.

Critical Race Theory: Educating Black Children and Systemic Racism

CLSJ Black Voter Education Series will help transform how you see the power of your vote. Session 3: Critical Race Theory/ Educating Black Children and Systemic Racism.  This is in partnership with Inspiring Minds NYC, Chuck’s Round Table & Unified Political Association. 

 

John Lewis National Day of Commemoration

Center for Law and Social Justice will honor the Late Congressman John Lewis by hosting a special screening of the documentary “John Lewis: Good Trouble”.  Get ready to enjoy a free movie, popcorn and candlelight vigil as we reflect on the life of a civil rights pioneer!

Location: EOJ Auditorium, 1638 Bedford Avenue Building, Brooklyn, NY 11225

 

FREE

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