Tuesday, December 16, 2014


What have we been up to?

Growing Youth Organizers/NY2NO has been busy planning day trips, fundraiser concerts, and new workshops! On October 26, we went on a day trip to the Life Do Grow farm in Philadelphia, where we visited last summer. In addition to organizing our upcoming trip this February to Los Jardines Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico, we are organizing initiatives to farm in NYC. At our biweekly meetings we have been organizing workshops on a wide range of social justice issues.

“How can I help?”

NY2NO is unique in that we are committed to (and dependent on) being an entirely youth led operation. If you miss NY2NO and want to contribute to our scholarship fund so we are able to support as many young people's involvement as possible, please mail donations to: Maya Bernstein, 387 3rd street, Brooklyn, NY 11215. Please make out checks to IFCO/NY2NO. We are also looking for a chaperone for our February 14-21 trip. Please contact us at newyork2neworleans@gmail.com if you are interested.


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