Events for April 21, 22

Noon. Sen. Barack Obama will speak at Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network convention at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers, 811 Seventh Avenue.

Noon. Youth groups will commemorate the Armenian genocide and the death of journalist Hrant Dink at Union Square Park, 14th Street and Broadway.

1 p.m. The New Black Panther Party will protest police brutality in front of Cafe 22, 135th Street and Seventh Avenue, in Harlem.

2 p.m. Children of deportees and immigrant advocates will hold a vigil marking the 11th anniversary of the deportation laws at 26 Federal Plaza, at Broadway between Worth and Duane streets.

3 p.m. Leroy Comrie attends the Annual Football Fundraiser & Awards Banquet for the Campus Magnet Bulldogs at 96-01 Jamaica Avenue, Queens.

6 p.m. Governor Spitzer, Mayor Bloomberg and others attend the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington D.C.

8 p.m. Comrie attends the Southeast Queens Park Association host the 30th Anniversary Dinner-Dance at Roy Wilkins Park Family Center.

9:30 p.m. Comrie attends the 113th Precinct Community Council Annual Awards Dinner at 205-35 Linden Boulevard, St. Albans, Queens.

11 p.m. Comrie attends the Jamaican Ex-Police Association Annual Dinner Dance & Awards Banquet at 96-01 Jamaica Avenue, Woodhaven, Queens.

Sunday

9:30 a.m. Council member David Weprin will be moderating a transit forum, “2007 — A Transit Odyssey” where he will oppose PlaNYC’s proposal for a congestion pricing charge and announce an alternative proposal at the Samuel Field Y, 58-20 Little Neck Parkway in Queens. Speakers will include MTA CEO/ Executive Director Elliot Sander, Sen. Frank Padavan, and other city officials.

1 p.m. Mayor Bloomberg will announce PlaNYC 2030 at the Museum of Natural History.

4 p.m. Queens resident Floretta Watkins receives a proclamation from Comrie during her 100th birthday party at 96-43 Springfield Boulevard, Jamaica, Queens.

Monday

9:30 a.m. Governor Spitzer discusses government efficiency in Albany.

10 a.m. Senate Standing Committee on Labor will hold a public hearing to examine legislation proposed by the Department of Labor regarding the payment of employees by employers via payroll card at the Legislative Office Building in Albany, New York.

10 a.m. The Assembly Standing Committee on Higher Education will hold a public hearing on the accountability and transparency of student loan practices in New York State at the Legislative Office Building in Albany, New York

11 a.m. The Finance Committee of the City Council convenes meets in the Council chambers.

Noon. Governor Spitzer delivers remarks at Reform Day at the Empire State Plaza.

6 p.m. A Neighborhood Forum on community and police relations takes place at York College.

8 p.m. Schools Chancellor Klein attends a Community Educational Council meeting at PS/MS 37, at 360 West 230th Street in The Bronx.

John McCain fundraises in Greenwich, Connecticut.

John Edwards campaigns in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.