Noon. Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer calls on M.T.A. to withdraw plans to double fares for Access-A-Ride users. At Broadway and West 72nd Street, outside the 1/2/3 subway station.
Noon. Rally for end of the Federal Reserve. At 33 Liberty Street.
1 p.m. Councilwoman Letitia James to host "Re-Entry Resource Fair" for formerly incarcerated individuals and families. At Calvary Community Church, 1575 St. Johns Place and Buffalo Avenue, in Brooklyn.
8:30 a.m. A symposium on "how to forge a new housing policy amid the economic crisis" at the Leo A. Guthart Cultural Center Theater, Joan and Donald A. Axinn Library, South Campus, 101 Hofstra University, Hempstead.
11 a.m. The 100th anniversary of the birth of Adam Clayton Powell is celebrated with a screening of the a film Keep The Faith, Baby and panel discussion at the Schomburg Center, 515 Malcolm X Boulevard.
2 p.m. Ed Koch to appear on the Leon Charney Report, Channel NJTV 51. (Also to air on WNYE-TV 25 at 4:00 p.m.)
6 p.m. City Councilman David Yassky and State Senator-elect Dan Squadron to host "Transportation Town Hall meeting" with representatives from the Department of Transportation and the Metropolitan Transit Authority. At the Swinging 60s Senior Center, 211 Ainslie Street and Metropolitan Avenue, in Brooklyn
6:30 p.m. Community Board 6 to hold Public Safety and Environmental Protection Committee meeting with officers from the 76th Precinct. At the PAL Miccio Center, 110 West Ninth Street, Between Clinton and Henry Streets, in Brooklyn.
7 p.m. Community Board 10 Subcommittee to discuss lack of parking. At the board office, 621 86th Street, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.
7 p.m. Town Square meeting to take place at 102 Oak Street, Brooklyn.