Events for November 18-20, 2006

Tomorrow, Keith Wright and Harlem mothers of victims of gun violence announce an anti-gun campaign on the steps of City Hall.

Helen Marshall and John Liu dedicate an African-American and Native-American burial ground as the new Martin’s Field Memorial Park in Flushing.

The Bronx Coalition to Save Our Post Offices hold a forum on the Postal Service’s plan to eliminate post offices in the Bronx at the Lincoln Hospital Auditorium.

New York City high school students hold a students rights convention at Judson Memorial Church.

Environmental Action holds a rally to fight global warming in Battery Park.

Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes announces a conference on child abuse prevention at the National Church of God.

Muslims hold a forum at the Islamic Cultural Center of New York urging the Department of Education to incorporate Muslim holidays into the NYC school calendar.

On Monday, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield and the Healthcare Association of New York State will host a statewide conference on the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s 100,000 Lives Campaign at the Rochester Institute of Technology Inn and Conference Center in West Henrietta, New York.

—Nicole Brydson

Events for November 18-20, 2006