- Please join Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams, the Interfaith Center of NY and Families for Safe Streets at a special forum for faith leaders on the Public Health Epidemic of Traffic Injuries and Deaths -- the Role of Faith Communities. Traffic violence affects people of every religion, class, gender and ability. We can all be part of the solution to prevent future crashes and provide support to those who've been personally impacted. The forum will include a training for Sermons for Safe Streets.
- Join Transportation Alternatives at Mikkeller Brewing on Saturday, November 2nd to celebrate the launch of their new beer - Outta the Bike Lane. 100% of the proceeds of beer sold will go to Transportation Alternatives. Transportation Alternatives’ mission is to reclaim New York City's streets from the automobile and advocate for better bicycling, walking, and public transit for all New Yorkers. Streets and sidewalks are 80% of our public space in New York City – but right now, our lives are polluted, congested, and endangered by car and truck traffic. Transportation Alternatives believes that…
- During the week of World Day of Remembrance (Nov. 10-17) sermons across NYC, of all faiths, will address the public health epidemic of traffic violence, offering New Yorkers the opportunity to join the United Nations and cities around the world in memorializing those who've been killed in local neighborhoods - and calling for safer streets. Imagine if all peoples and all religions come together as one, to pray for a day when there are no more senseless deaths and injuries due to reckless driving. All faith leaders can use their pulpits, prayers and programming to remind communities it is up…
- Please join Families for Safe Streets, the United Nations, and cities around the world in commemorating World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. Together, we will memorialize those who've been killed and injured in our local neighborhoods and we will call for safer streets.