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Tuesday, March 24
6:30 pm

Hot-Button Issue Series: Education with CM Daniel Dromm

Suite 36

(16 W. 36th St., upstairs)

Advance tickets $5
($8 at the door)

As the Chair of the New York City Council Education Committee, Council Member Dromm brings a special insight on how the NYC community can best support our public schools on a local and state level.  We are excited to hear about his initiatives and focus in 2015, especially his latest resolution to amplify the Respect for All Initiative
 
About Council Member Dromm
CM Daniel Dromm has been a progressive leader in Queens for over 20 years. An award-winning public school teacher, Dromm was elected to the New York City Council in 2009 and represents District 25 (Jackson Heights & Elmhurst). He serves as the Chair of the Education Committee.  Dromm is the founder of the Queens Lesbian and Gay Pride Committee and organized the first Queens LGBT Pride Parade and Festival, which he still participates in on the first Sunday in June in Jackson Heights. Dromm co-founded the Queens Chapter of Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (P-FLAG), as well as the Generation Q Youth Services Program in Astoria.