Great short documentary by BRIC TV on the history of the (no dancing) cabaret law and the impact the repeal will have on the future of the nightlife community
ICYMI: I passed a bill that’ll increase access to diaper changing stations in BOTH women and men public bathrooms.
I pushed to repeal the cabaret law to send a signal that NYC will always be the Nightlife cultural capital of the world. No longer will a law used to silence marginalized communities and hurt our iconic nightlife continue to be in our books.
The MTA must make a switch from fossil fuel busses to electric. The L train shutdown is prime time to do so.
TODAY is the NYC Democratic Primary. Please go out and Vote! My name will NOT appear on the ballot because no one is challenging my candidacy, officially making me the Democratic nominee for the General election on November 7th! Either way, it is important you make it out to the polls. There is still an election for Mayor, Public Advocate, Brooklyn District Attorney and Civil Court judges. Please take 10 minutes out of your day to cast your vote. Your voice matters in local elections just as much as they do in Presidential elections. I've seen local races won by as little as 2 votes. So every vote counts!
Today is the day! 📞Call your @NYCCouncil Member NOW to Repeal NYC's racist 1926 ‘No Dancing’ Cabaret Law and #LetNYCDance!
City Council 212-788-7210
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“May I speak with my Council Member?
Did you know social dancing is illegal in NYC?
Sign Rafael L Espinal Jr.'s Let NYC Dance Bill #1652. Repeal the racist 1926 'No Dancing' Cabaret Law.
Call me back.”
Proud to be endorsed by The #Brooklyn Young Dems and to be fighting for a greener NYC
We have to connect hungry New Yorkers to perfectly good food supply, before it becomes food wasted.