9:30 a.m. Staten Island District Attorney Dan Donovan is honored by the Whitestone Republican Club with its”Hero of Justice” award at 167-17 Northern Boulevard, Queens.
11 a.m. Health care advocates protest budget cuts to AIDS support services at 79th Street and Fifth Avenue.
Noon. The NYC Bar Association provides free help to people applying for US citizenship at 110-04 Atlantic Avenue, Queens.
12:30 p.m. Latin-American and Korean groups host a forum on the “devastating impact” of free trade agreements at 35-59 81st Street, Queens.
12:30 p.m. State Senator Malcolm Smith hosts a workshop on Minority and Women Owned-Business Enterprises at the Black, Puerto Rican & Hispanic Legislative Caucus in Albany.
1 p.m. Anti-war activists march to the offices of Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chuck Schumer demanding they cut troop funding at 42nd Street and Broadway.
7:30 p.m. World Can’t Wait holds a Bush impeachment summit at 165 West 86th Street.
11:30 a.m. Rep. Charlie Rangel delivers the keynote speech at “Celebrating Our Heritage” Inspirational Service at Williams Institutional Christian Methodist Episcopal Church in Manhattan.
3 p.m. Rep Charlie Rangel speaks at the Iraq War Town Hall organized by United for Peace and Justice at the North Presbyterian Church in Manhattan.
7 p.m. Eliot Spitzer delivers remarks at the Black, Puerto Rican & Hispanic Legislative Caucus dinner in Albany.
9 a.m.Qunnipiac University Polling Institute releases results of a poll of Connecticut voters and their opinions about 2008 candidates.
10 a.m. WNYC radio host Brian Lehrer hosts the candidates running in the special election for the City Council seat in Brooklyn.
1 p.m. New York Coalition to Expand Voting Rights calls for allowing legal residents who are non–citizens to vote in municipal elections under some circumstances inside City Hall,
— Azi Paybarah