Events for November 29, 2006

Campaign staffers, consultants, journalists and commentators participate in a roundtable discussion on the New York attorney general and gubernatorial races at the New School.

The College of Staten Island hosts a dedication and daylong discussion celebrating the legacy of State Senator John Marchi.

Council Members endorse federal legislation that would create a cabinet-level Department of Peace and Nonviolence on the steps of City Hall.

Bill Thompson releases a report on price-gouging by the auto insurance industry at 1 Centre Street.

AIDS activists mark World AIDS Day, rallying near the offices of Hillary Clinton, calling on her to address health care worker shortages in Africa.

New York Rangers players visit families of servicemen serving in Iraq at Fort Hamilton Military Base in Brooklyn.

New Yorkers for Immigration Control and Enforcement hold a memorial for slain actress Adrienne Shelly.

Asia Society hosts a debate entitled “A democratically elected Hamas is still a terrorist organization” at their headquarters.

Tom Suozzi signs an executive order to use green cleaning products in all county facilities in Mineola.

Babylon hosts a public hearing on the adoption of green building codes in Lindenhurst.

Stonewall Democrats host their monthly meeting at the LGBT Center featuring Jim McGreevey and (depending on scheduling) Anthony Weiner.

—Nicole Brydson Events for November 29, 2006