Events for May 16, 2007

7:30 a.m. The Abyssinian Development Corporation's "Harlem Renaissance Day of Commitment" Leadership Breakfast will be held at The Great Hall of Shepard Hall at City College, 138th Street and Convent Avenue.

8 a.m. The Thirteenth Citywide Seminar on Ethics in New York City Government, sponsored by NYC Conflicts Interest Board and The Center for New York City Law, will be held at the New York Law School, 47 Worth Street between Church Street and West Broadway.

11 a.m. The Port Authority will sponsor an aviation program for high school students based on the book, "Reclaiming the Sky: 9/11 and the Untold Story of the Men and Women Who Kept America Flying" at the Aviation High School, 36th Street and Queens Boulevard, in Queens.

11:30 a.m. Attorney General Andrew Cuomo will announce a lawsuit against a major computer manufacturer at the Office of the State Attorney General, 120 Broadway.

3 p.m. A labor union will call for the resignation of the Parks Commissioner over a private contractor scandal at the Parks Department’s Arsenal Building, 830 Fifth Avenue.

4:45 p.m. Council member Domenic Recchia, Jr. will visit the American Red Cross sponsored Learn to Swim program at Lincoln High School, 2800 Ocean Parkway, in Brooklyn.

6 p.m. Educators will launch a new curriculum focusing on "Women's Leadership in American History" at the Tweed Building, 52 Chambers Street.

6 p.m. Community Access, a homeless agency, will celebrate its 33rd anniversary at the Skylight Ballroom of the Puck Building, 295 Lafayette Street.