LGBT Solidarity Rally Saturday, Feb. 4th!

This Saturday, SDNYC will join with LGBT advocates at a rally to show our community’s solidarity with immigrants, asylum seekers, refugees and all those impacted by Donald Trump's recent executive orders. Join us! 

Click here to RSVP on facebook and invite your friends to join us!

Details:

DateThis SATURDAY, February 4th

Start Time2:00pm

LocationStonewall National Monument (Christopher Street between Seventh Avenue South and Waverly Place)

Co-sponsors (list in formation:

  • Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
  • Congressman Jerrold Nadler
  • Public Advocate Letitia James
  • Comptroller Scott Stringer
  • Borough President Gale Brewer
  • Senator Brad Hoylman
  • Assembly Member Deborah Glick
  • Assembly Member Daniel O'Donnell
  • Assembly Member Matt Titone
  • Council Member Carlos Menchaca
  • Council Member Danny Dromm
  • Council Member Corey Johnson
  • Council Member Rosie Mendez
  • Council Member Ritchie Torres
  • Council Member James Vacca
  • Council Member James Van Bramer
  • Ali Forney Center
  • Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect
  • APICHA
  • Audre Lorde Project
  • Bailey House
  • Black Lesbian Conference 2018
  • Brooklyn Community Pride Center
  • CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities
  • CAIR-NY
  • Caribbean Equality Project
  • Center for Anti-Violence Education
  • Circle of Voices
  • Coming Out Muslim
  • Destination Tomorrow
  • Equality New York
  • Family Equality Council
  • FIERCE
  • GLID
  • Gays Against Guns
  • GLAAD
  • GMHC
  • Harlem Pride
  • Heritage of Pride
  • Hetrick Martin
  • Hispanic Federation
  • Hornet
  • Housing Works
  • HRC of Greater New York
  • Immigration Equality
  • Iris House
  • Jim Owles Liberal Democratic Club
  • Lambda Independent Democrats
  • Lambda Legal
  • Latino Commission on AIDS
  • Lesbian & Gay Democratic Club of Queens
  • LGBT Bar Association of Greater NY
  • LGBT Faith Leaders of African Descent
  • LGBT Network
  • LAISP
  • Make The Road NY
  • Muslim Democratic Club of New York
  • National LGBTQ Task Force
  • New York Area Bisexual Network
  • NYLAG LGBTQ Law Project
  • OutRight Action International
  • PFLAG NYC
  • Queer Detainee Empowerment Project
  • Rivers of Living Water
  • SAGE
  • Stonewall Democratic Club of NYC
  • Swish Ally Fund
  • The Anti-Violence Project: AVP
  • LGBT Community Center
  • The New York Immigration Coalition
  • The NY State Immigrant Action Fund
  • The NYC Equality Coalition
  • The Stonewall Inn
  • Trans Latina Network
  • TransPAC
  • Others TBA

Join SDNYC @ The Women's March on NYC This Sat.

Join SDNYC @ The Women's March on NYC

THIS SATURDAY - January 21, 2017

Meeting Time & Location: 11:25 AM / Meeting Location - TBA

Step Off Time & Location: 11:55 AM / Dag Hammarskjold Plaza (47th St. 1st & 2nd Ave.)

CLICK HERE SUBMIT THE RSVP FORM TO MARCH WITH SDNYC (please be sure to note SDNYC as your "group" on the form)

This Saturday, SDNYC will join Equality NY, Lambda Independent Democrats, Jim Owles Liberal Democratic Club, and other groups TBA at the Women's March on New York City. In marching on Saturday, SDNYC is seeking to highlight the many priorities championed by both the LGBTQI Community and the Women's Rights Movement and to re-enforce our deeply held belief that our voices are loudest and our advocacy most effective when diverse stakeholders work collaboratively to demand equality and respect for all. Please join us!

Click here to invite your friends to join us on Facebook.

Draft SDNYC Constitution & Bylaw Amendment Proposal

SDNYC is contemplating amending the Club's constitution and bylaws to better align these governing documents with the Club's priorities and practices.

Click here to review the amendments under consideration. 

Note -- all proposed amendments are considered draft until approved by the SDNYC Board. If approved, SDNYC members in good standing* will vote on the proposed revised constitution at the next SDNYC  meeting scheduled for January 25, 2017 at 8pm the LGBT Center.

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 *SDNYC members in good standing have either been current dues paying members for at least 3 months OR were dues paying members in 2015/2016 and pay their 2017 membership dues prior to voting at the Jan. 25th meeting.

Click here to learn more about becoming a SDNYC member!

SDNYC Endorses Michael Blake for DNC Vice-Chair

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Contact: Crystal Carson

crystal@michaelblakefordnc.com

 

 

#LeadershipForTomorrow

BUILD OUR BENCH. STRENGTHEN OUR PARTY. EMBRACE OUR FUTURE

www.michaelblakefordnc.com

 

 

BREAKING NEWS: Stonewall Democratic Club of NYC Endorses Michael Blake for DNC Vice-Chair

 

NEW YORK, NY – Today, Stonewall Democratic Club of NYC, the largest LGBTQ democratic club in New York State and one of the largest in the country, announced its support of Assemblymember Michael Blake for Vice Chair of the Democratic National Committee. 

 

During the Assemblymember's time in Albany, he has had a perfect record supporting policy and voting for legislation that would expand equality for the entire LGBTQ community. Mr. Blake has also been an incredible ally, working with communities across the country ensure their voices were heard in the White House. 

 

"Assemblymember Michael Blake is a voice we need at the DNC," said Eunic Ortiz, President of the Stonewall Democratic Club of NYC. "During his time serving in the Assembly and in the White House, he has been a constant and consistent ally that has stood by our community. The next Vice Chair in the DNC must be someone who - among many things - has real experience working with the LGBTQ community, understands our struggles, and knows what we need to do to achieve 100% equality for everyone - and that person is Michael Blake.”

 

Assemblymember Michael Blake offered the following response to the Stonewall Democrats statement of support.


“Stonewall is iconic and ever present in the LGBTQ movement, and, I'm honored to have their full support to become a Vice-Chair for the DNC.  We must stand up for our LGBTQ community as too many voices are silent in the face of justice. Whether it's marrying who you love or not facing discrimination for who you are, I will be a consistent advocate for our LGBTQ brothers and sisters, and, I'm so grateful and will ensure that your voice is always at the table.”

 

 

Join our movement by donating or signing up to volunteer at www.michaelblakefordnc.com

 
 

BUILD OUR BENCH. STRENGTHEN OUR PARTY. EMBRACE OUR FUTURE.

#LeadershipForTomorrow

www.michaelblakefordnc.com

 
 

Less Than a Week Until SDNYC's FREE Winter Celebration on 12/6!

We hope to see you at our FREE Winter Celebration on Tues. Dec. 6th! See the invite below for more details & RSVP on Facebook (RSVP on Facebook requested but not required) 

Don't forget! You can get access to the open bar at the event while supporting SDNYC's work & our Lew Todd Scholarship Fund by becoming an SDNYC Member / updating your SDNYC Membership for 2017 online at SDNYC.org/membership.

FYI - Please consider helping us keep the check-in line moving quickly by paying your 2017 SDNYC Membership dues online in advance! Thank you.

 

 

Meeting Tonight @ 8pm --​ What's next? LGBTQ equality after the 2016 election

Tonight, SDNYC will come together with LGBTQ community leaders from across NYC for a post-election organizing meeting to discuss next steps in continuing the fight for equality. Representatives from the following organizations will join us tonight to share their thoughts on strategies for moving forward as well as to hear feedback and answer questions from attendees:

See below for information about the meeting:

  • Date: TODAY, November 16th
  • Time: 8-9:30pm
  • Location: The LGBT Center, Room 101, 208 W 13th St., Manhattan


RSVP on the Facebook Event Page & invite your friends!

This meeting is FREE & open to members of the public & we encourage you to join us for this important discussion.

Can’t make it in person? We will also be posting updates on throughout the meeting on Twitter using the hashtag #RiseUpLGBTQ & broadcasting a livestream of the meeting on SDNYC’s Facebook Page starting at approx. 8pm tonight.