802 Notes
The electronic newsletter of Local 802
June 14, 2017 | Send us comments by clicking here
 
 
 
Mayoral control of our public schools is an important way for New Yorkers and our elected leaders have a strong voice in how our children are educated. New York City parents, leaders and children should have have the ability to determine their educational priorities!

Join the Mayor's Office, Local 802 members and fellow New Yorkers in calling for mayoral control over the schools that educate our youngest generations.

What: Rally to demand mayoral control! 
Where: Steps of City Hall 
When: June 19 @ 11 a.m. 
RSVP and more info here

Note: There is security at City Hall. Please do not bring instruments.
 
Join us on June 29 for JAZZ MENTORS 10, "Marketing Your Creativity," a free panel discussion headlined by renowned bassist-composer-educator Christian McBride, award winning saxophonist-vocalist-composer Camille Thurman, and career architect and advisor Andre Guess to discuss the relationship between originality in artistic expression, marketing and the establishment of a brand in the music industry. Click here to RSVP. 
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