Join us Sunday March 27 as we celebrate Women’s Herstory Month with an open mic at the Jack DeVito Gazebo from 1-3.
Black History Month Teach-Ins
In honor of Black History Month and in partnership with John C Hart Memorial Library, Yorktown for Justice is proud to present a series of age-leveled teach-ins for the community.
YFJ at Yorktown Fall Festival and Street Fair!
We are honored to bring the oldest indigenous dance troupe in NY to Yorktown. They will be kicking off the day with a 15 minute main stage performance beginning at 11am.
Back to School Supply Drive
Please help give the children of YCSD and LCSD equal access by donating to our Back to School Supply Drive!
Book Reading and Signing with Evan Pritchard
Join Yorktown for Justice and Amawalk Friends Meeting House for a special book reading and signing event with author Evan Pritchard.
Juneteenth at the Hart Library
Join us Saturday June 19 at 10:30 at John C Hart Memorial Library in Shrub Oak to celebrate Juneteenth.
Join us for this historic event – Yorktown’s first ever Pride March! We march to celebrate and to call attention to the ways that the LGBTQ+ community is still not done fighting for equality and liberation. Join us Saturday June 12 beginning at noon sharp so come early!
National Alliance on Mental Illness Fundraiser and Walkathon
The National Alliance on Mental Illness is hosting a NAMIwalks event on May 22 to raise money and awareness for the very important cause of mental health and help.
Outdoor Movie Night!
We are so excited to invite you to an outdoor film screening (finally!) at Sparkle Lake Park on Friday May 14th. We are showing “Liyana”, a beautiful film that you will love (check out the description below). It’s high time for a chance to meet and mingle, so please come! Hope to see you there!…
We stand together against hate in all its forms. On April 10 at Jack DeVito Memorial Field, a crowd gathered to honor the victims of the recent crimes against the Asian community, as well as to remember all who have had to lose their lives over the course of history as a result of bigotry,…
Community Drive for Women
We will be collecting donated items for two local domestic abuse shelters: My Sisters Place in White Plains and Putnam Northern Westchester Women’s Resource Center in Mahopac.
Race: The Power of an Illusion
Join us for a three part Zoom presentation on the PBS series, “RACE: The Power of an Illusion”. These monthly sessions will focus on The Difference Between Us; The Story We Tell and The House We Live In.