Connecting with my Community

FANTASTIC TIME speaking to #disabled & working families’ #voters in #Chelsea & #HellsKitchen. They are hanging onto their deeply affordable housing and are worried about encroaching luxury development. Susan from @nycha worries about RAD, Rental Assistance Demonstration, which is a privatization scheme by greedy luxury developers. Creating 100% deeply affordable housing, saving small businesses, serving the homeless crisis by repurposing empty buildings in the district, and saving public housing, no RAD a priority for me.… Continue reading Connecting with my Community

I MET MY THRESHOLD OF $5K ! And have raised up to $8K, thanks to Neighbors, New Yorkers, Small Business Owners, Friends and Family who want to see a true progressive candidate make a difference in District 3 !

A HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who has donated! So appreciate everyone’s generosity, support and advice on how I can make a difference for you. I made my first threshold of raising $5000, but there is more to do: like getting more donors in the district to donate $10 to this people powered campaign. If you believe that REAL CHANGE need to get to City Hall, people who have a record of advocating for small… Continue reading I MET MY THRESHOLD OF $5K ! And have raised up to $8K, thanks to Neighbors, New Yorkers, Small Business Owners, Friends and Family who want to see a true progressive candidate make a difference in District 3 !

Occupy City Hall — A grassroots primer in how activists, protesters and concerned citizens started the important conversation of what NYC spends its money on and its political priorities #OccupyCityHall #DefundTheNYPD #ReAllocatePoliceResourcesToPOC

Unfortunately, the $1 Billion that NYC City Council pulled from the annual budget was really only budgetary tricks — pulling money from the $6 Million NYPD budget into the Department of Education for school safety officers — which completely misses the point of decreasing police in areas where it is not appropriate. Also unsettling is the fact that arts education was cut by $19 Million but still the police budget still has $12 Million in… Continue reading Occupy City Hall — A grassroots primer in how activists, protesters and concerned citizens started the important conversation of what NYC spends its money on and its political priorities #OccupyCityHall #DefundTheNYPD #ReAllocatePoliceResourcesToPOC

Voter Disenfranchisement in Chelsea? #WBAI interviews Marni and Chelsea Voter about voter’s 10-hour ordeal after simply asking for a complete ballot

Voter Disenfranchisement going on in Chelsea? Listen to WBAI evening news with reporter Paul DiRienzo, who interviews Vera, a senior and public housing resident in NYCHA, and myself, about her experience at the polls. I accompanied Vera, a friend, since she was having a difficult time voting this week in the Democratic Primary June 23rd. It took Vera 10 hours and 3 visits to PS33 in Chelsea, accompanied by 3 friends, to vote. She was… Continue reading Voter Disenfranchisement in Chelsea? #WBAI interviews Marni and Chelsea Voter about voter’s 10-hour ordeal after simply asking for a complete ballot

Marni Invited to Speak at #CancelRent Protest at City Hall outside to NYC Housing Court #NoEvictions #KeepHousingCourtClosed #FightFalseMyths

Thrilled to be invited to speak at the #CancelRent protest at NYC Housing Court, and a huge thank you to Lena Melendez of Northern Manhattan Is Not For Sale for inviting me. At this rally, protesters demand housing courts remained closed, to cancel rent and to say no to evictions. With millions unemployed, regular people through no fault of their own during a pandemic, are unable to pay rent. Why doesn’t Gov Cuomo care about… Continue reading Marni Invited to Speak at #CancelRent Protest at City Hall outside to NYC Housing Court #NoEvictions #KeepHousingCourtClosed #FightFalseMyths