Past Events

VIRTUAL: Town Hall on Community Safety

Staten Island Families join CPR member Legal Aid Society for a virtual town hall on community safety. Share your thoughts about what is needed to build a safer NYC.

Topics include:
• Imagining Community Safety & Thriving
• Reflecting On Police Practices & Experiences
• Building A Better Future
• Impacts Of Gang Policing



Online: Conversation About #PolicFreeSchools


  • Divest from cops
  • Invest in restorative justice
  • Hire more counselors

Those are just a few of the critical changes we need in NYC schools.

Join the youth activists of The Urban Youth Collaborative (@UYC_YouthPower) on Dec 17 at 5:30 PM to learn about their full vision.

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Online: #CopWatch Training

Thursday, Nov. 19, join CPR member Justice Committee to learn how to monitor and document police to deter and de-escalate abuse and violence by cops! 

With NYPD continuing to ramp up violence against protesters exercising their right to speak out against systemic police violence and racism, now more than ever, NYers need to know how to #loveandprotect each other! And #CopWatch is one vital way to do that.

Please RSVP here:



Allan Feliz 1-Year Anniversary Rally and Vigil

Monday, Oct. 17, 2020 marks one year since Allan Feliz was killed by NYPD. On Monday, Oct. 19, join CPR member Justice Committee along with Allan's family to demand Justice, and remember his life! Rally will take place at the Park Row entrance to City Hall, Manhattan.




#AntonioWIlliams 1-Year Memorial Vigil & March

Tuesday, September 29, 2020 marks one year since Antonio’s family lost him. His family along with Justice Committee and other CPR members and supporters are holding a Vigil and March to call for transparency and accountability surrounding his death. Join us to demand justice not only for Antonio Williams but all Black, Brown, and other New Yorkers of color.



1128 E. 229th Street Bronx, NY 10466



#MohamedBah 8-Year Memorial Rally and Vigil

Join CPR member Justice Committee on Sept. 25, at 12:00 PM to mark the 8th anniversary of Mohamed Bah's death.


 Please come out to honor Mohamed's life and uplift Mrs. Bah's calls for:


  1. The NYPD to be removed as first responders to those in crisis or emotional distress.
  2. Mayor de Blasio and the City Council to defund the NYPD so that money can be invested in mental health and other services our communities need.
  3. Mayor de Blasio and Commissioner Shea to fire the officers who killed Mohamed Bah.