Fri, Nov 08 | Lafayette Presbyterian Church

Fort Greene Association Hate Crime Awareness

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Fort Greene Association Hate Crime Awareness

Time & Location

Nov 08, 2019, 7:00 PM
Lafayette Presbyterian Church, 85 South Oxford Street

About the event

FORT GREENE ASSOCIATION FGA Open Meeting TOPIC HATE CRIME Safety of Our Community Monday, November 4, 2019, 7:00 - 8:30 PM (Doors open at 6:30 PM) Free & Open To All 85 S Oxford St, NY 11217 Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church


Clarence Johnson CEO/Founder Genderswag MEDIA Genderswag MEDIA -- Showcases Information, Places, People Affecting The LGBTQ Community, Our Friends and Allies.

We strive to deliver positive / proactive content important to our equality mission statement covering issues such as: Transgender Support * Hate Crime Awareness * Suicide Prevention * Addiction Recovery * Depression Awareness * LGBTQ Youth * Politics * Bullying Awareness * LGBTQ & Allied Music & The Arts.

Our Motto - I'm OK with Me - So I Don't Mind You. That's Genderswag!

Deborah Lauter Executive Director The Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes (OPHC) Deborah Lauter is a senior executive and strategic leader with a three-decade career of combatting stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination and hate through anti-bias education, law enforcement training, and community relations. New York City’s crime decline continues to outpace the rest of the U.S., yet both the city and country have seen an unacceptable increase in hate crimes. According to NYPD data, hate crime incidents in the city increased by 64 percent between 2018 and 2019.

The new Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes will take a holistic, multi-pronged approach, engaging educators, law enforcement and the community in long-term strategies to combat and respond to hate.  

Deborah Lauter on Hate Crimes, Segregation and Standing Up Against Threats -- Zainab Iqbal, Bklyner

Scott M. Stringer New York City Comptroller New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer has spent his career in public service fighting to ensure that every New Yorker has an equal opportunity to make it in our City. Over the last two decades, Mr. Stringer has been a champion for policies like a $15 minimum wage, has advocated for affordable housing, worked to strengthen the City’s fiscal health, and promoted open, transparent government.

Born and raised in Washington Heights, Mr. Stringer was elected to the New York State Assembly in 1992, where he represented Manhattan’s West Side for 13 years. In 2006 he became Manhattan Borough President, and was elected Comptroller in 2013.  

As investment advisor to, custodian and trustee of the City’s five pension funds, Mr. Stringer and his staff oversee the City’s $207.96 billion public pension system.