DC 37 Organizing sets lunchtime meetings and activist training

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Members discuss effective strategies to deliver the union message at a recent DC 37 Activist Training. Photo by Alfredo Alvarado

During the fall, the DC 37 Organizing Department will hold a series of lunch time meetings and activist training to strengthen the power of our collective voice and equip members with the tools necessary to move forward together.

Lunch Time meetings will be held throughout October at various New York Health and Hospitals locations citywide. For a leaflet with details, click here.

In addition, the next general activist training will be held in November at DC 37 union headquarters, with a second session to be scheduled about two weeks after the first session. To register for the training, call DC 37 Organizing at (212) 815-1095.

“These meetings and training are part of an effort to strengthen the union from the grassroots,” said Barbara Terrelonge, director of the DC 37 Organizing Dept. “With more active members, our union will be stronger, whether that involves our involvement in a contract fight, political activities or protecting coworkers in the workplace.”

Come join us and get to know your union. Below is the schedule of Lunch Time Meetings and the next Activist Training.

DC 37 ACTIVIST TRAINING – Fall 2016 – The training session will be held at DC 37 headquarters, 125 Barclay Street in lower Manhattan.

Nov. 3, 2016 – Activist Training Session 1, Room 9 – 5:30 pm to 8 pm

LUNCH TIME MEETINGS at NYC Health and Hospitals locations – 12 noon to 2 pm (unless otherwise noted below)

Oct. 4 @ Coney Island Hospital – 2601 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn (Conference Room)

Oct. 6 @ Harlem Hospital – 506 Lenox Ave, Manhattan (Auditorium)

Oct. 7 @ East NY DNTC – 2094 Pitkin Avenue, Brooklyn (2nd Floor Conference Room)

Oct. 11 @ Kings County Hospital – 451 Clarkson Ave., Brooklyn (Auditorium)

Oct. 13 @ MetroPlus HMO – 160 Water Street, Manhattan (5th Floor Conference Room)

Oct. 14 @ OCME Hospital – 421 East 26th Street, Manhattan (2nd Floor Conference Room)

Oct. 14 @ Seaview Hospital Center – 460 Brielle Ave., Staten Island (Conference Room)

Oct. 17 @ Gouverneur Hospital – 227 Madison Street, Manhattan (Auditorium)

Oct. 18 @ North Central Bronx – 3424 Kossuth Ave., Bronx (17th Fl. Cafeteria)

Oct. 18 @ Jacobi Medical Center – 1400 Pelham Pkwy S, Bronx (2nd Floor Nurses Residents Large Conference Room) Note: 11 am-12 pm, 12 pm-1 pm, and 1 pm-2 pm

Oct. 18 @ Henry J. Carter Hospital & Nursing Facility – 1752 Park Ave, Manhattan (Renaissance Room Auditorium) Note: 12pm-1pm and 1 pm-2pm

Oct. 19 @  Metropolitan Hospital – 1901 First Ave., Manhattan  (Auditorium)

Oct. 20 @ Morrisania NFCC – 1225 Gerard Avenue, Bronx (1st Floor Conference Room)

Oct. 20 @ Lincoln Medical Center – 234 E. 149th St., Bronx (Auditorium)

Oct. 21 @ Segundo Ruiz Belvis – 545 E 142nd St, Bronx (Conference Room 101)

Oct. 21 @ Bird S. Coler – 900 Main St, Roosevelt Is., New York (Coler Canteen) Note: 12pm-1pm and 1 pm-2pm

Oct. 24 @ Bellevue Hospital – 462 1st Avenue, Manhattan (Rose Room)

Oct. 24 @Woodhull Medical Center – 760 Broadway, Brooklyn (10th Floor Solarium) Note: 12 pm-1 pm and 1 pm-2 pm

Oct. 25 @ Susan Smith McKinney Nursing & Rehabilitation Center – 594 Albany Ave, Brooklyn – (Garden – Rain Date to follow) Note: 12 pm-1 pm and 1 pm-2 pm

Oct. 26 @ Neponsit Adult Day Care Center – 716 Beach 9th Street, Far Rockaway, Queens (Conference Room) Note: 11 am to 12 pm only.  

Oct. 27 @ Cumberland DNTC @ 100 N. Portland Avenue, Brooklyn (4th Floor Conf. Room)

Oct. 27 @ Elmhurst Hospital Center – 79-01 Broadway, Elmhurst, Queens (A122 Auditorium) Note: Additional lunch hour 11 am to 12 pm

Oct. 28 @ Renaissance – 264 West 118th Street, Manhattan (Sydenham Lower Level C Conference Room)

Oct. 31 @ Queens Hospital Center – 82-68 164th St, Jamaica, Queens (Auditorium )

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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