Events for January 26-28


8:30 a.m. NYC teachers union and ACORN conduct leadership workshops UFT Headquarters, 52 Broadway, Second Floor, just south of Exchange Place.

9:30 a.m. Harlem community legislative breakfast; Harlem State Office Building, Windows Over Harlem restaurant, 3rd floor, 163 West 125th St., between Lenox Avenue and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard.

11 a.m. Barack Obama supporters hold march and rally; Lenox Avenue and 130th Street to Union Square.

11 a.m. President of the UN General Assembly Srgjan Kerim speaks at the Park East Synagogue Sabbath services in observance of UN Holocaust Remembrance Day; 164 East 68th St., between Lexington and Park avenues.

11 a.m. Asthmatic tenants and their supporters protest mold and pests; 817 Bedford Ave., between Park and Myrtle, Brooklyn.

11:30 a.m. Community Voices Heard members holds mock funeral march to protest displacement of poor people; starts outside Sen. Clinton’s office, 420 Lexington Ave., at 43rd Street, and proceeds to 1:30 press conference at 59th Street and Columbus Circle.

1 p.m. Council Member Tony Avella calls on the Department of Buildings to take action against owner of an abandoned and dilapidated construction site; in front of 163-05 Cross Island Parkway, Queens.

7:30 p.m. Barack Obama supporters watch South Carolina Primary returns; Minton’s Playhouse, 208 West 118th St., at Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.


2 p.m. Barack Obama supporters rally on the City Hall steps.


6 p.m. Public Meeting of the Panel for Educational Policy, Tweed Courthouse, 52 Chambers St. Events for January 26-28