11:00 a.m. Councilman Eric Gioia calls for the creation of a Web site for “New Yorkers to track government spending and subsidies.” On the steps of City Hall.
11 a.m. Free H.I.V. tests will be provided during kick-off for “Get Educated, Get Tested” A.I.D.S. prevention campaign. At Delany Sisters Medical Center, 821 East 233rd Street in the Bronx.
Noon. Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer calls for the designation of a “regional foodshed and food enterprise zones.” At the Union Square Greenmarket, 14th Street and Broadway. On the southeast corner.
Noon. Brooklyn district attorney will host a forum for families affected by gang violence. At 350 Jay Street, on the 19th floor.
12:30 p.m. Reverend Al Sharpton and members of the National Action Network rally outside Bernie Madoff’s apartment building to protest “unequal treatment of people of color by the criminal justice system.” At East 64th Street and Lexington Avenue.
1 p.m. Council Member Melissa Mark-Vivierito will put up flyers regarding a recent East Harlem rape case. At 105 East 116th Street.
1:15 p.m. U.S. Senator Charles Schumer will hold a news conference to discuss his reaction to the economic stimulus package. At 757 3rd Avenue, Suite 1702.
4 p.m. Councilman Vincent Gentile will co-host a fundraiser for the family of Gennaro Montello, Department of Environmental Protection worker killed in an accident. At A.M. Bar, 73rd Street and Third Avenue, in Bay Ridge.
6 p.m. Michael Bloomberg, New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine and New York state Senate President Malcolm Smith will address Human Rights Campaign gala. At Hilton New York, 1335 Sixth Avenue.
7 p.m. Former Irish President Mary Robinson discusses peace. At Friends Seminary Meeting House, 222 East 16th Street.
7:40 p.m. David Paterson will keynote the O.H.E.L. Children’s Home and Family Services Dinner at the New York Hilton Grand Ballroom, 1335 Avenue of the Americas and 53rd Street.
1:30 p.m. Council Members Michael C. Nelson, Simcha Felder, James Vacca and others will hold a press conference announcing legislation requiring photographs accompany each sanitation violation. On the steps of City Hall.
4 p.m. Unity Forum II is held to discuss “housing, education, economic development, women’s issues, and the budget process.” At Boricua College, West 155th Street and Broadway. R.S.V.P. to firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-544-2278.