We Will Not Go Gently Into That Good Night - Donate Now to Politics Reborn!

I would like to just write a few words regarding the 2016 U.S. election results. I'm sure many of us have been troubled by the fact Donald Trump is going to be our next president. I'm sure many of us are sad to see amazing people like Teachout and Feingold lose their races. But now is not the time to mourn or to continue standing on the sidelines. For too long, too many of us have been reluctant to be politically involved or stay involved. But I am here to tell you that Politics Reborn will not go gently into that good night and neither will you! So it is time to donate 27 dollars to Politics Reborn and attend one of our events below! Never forget as Martin Luther King Jr. once said - "The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.”

Upcoming Events

  • 11-12-16: Canvass - Organizing Hicksville at Parkway Community Church. Details and RSVP here.  
  • 11-15-16: Politics Reborn Monthly Meeting at Woody and Pete’s Honky Tonk Lyceum - Flushing, NY. Details and RSVP here.
  • 11-17-16: Book Discussion -Stride Towards Freedom: The Montgomery Story, at WeWorks - Astoria, NY. Details and RSVP here.
  • 11-18-16 Canvass - Organizing Bayside #2 at St. Robert’s Church. Details and RSVP  here.
  • 11-19-16 Canvass – Organizing Bay Ridge at Bay Ridge United Methodist Church here.

Activists Needed - Contact Us regarding the Volunteer Opportunities Listed Below 

  • College Organizers to assist on creating a local Politics Reborn club at your college. Your job would include recruiting college students to join their local county committee.  
  • Outreach Leaders to assist in recruiting minorities and communities of color
  • Recruiters to attend community-based and progressive events and sign up new members to Politics Reborn.


Our Progress

  • Collaborating with Democratic Socialists of America to start a DSA chapter in Queens. Details to follow.
  • Collaborating with Northwell Health to promote an event that will help new mothers in Long Island. Details to follow.