Latest News: Andrew Yang - Town Hall on Hate Violence Sun., Feb. 21st Live Stream 4PM PT

This Sunday @ 6pm ET, Andrew will be a featured panelist at the “Town Hall on Hate Violence: Addressing & Responding to Rising Hate Crimes against the Asian American Community”.

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As Andrew has been saying, the massive rise in anti-Asian violence in New York is heartbreaking & devastating. And we must come together as New Yorkers to eradicate Hate Violence in every form from our communities. 

 

Panelists will include: 

 

  • Andrew Yang
  • Jumaane Williams, NYC Public Advocate
  • Jo-Ann Yoo, Executive Director of Asian American Federation
  • Rej Joo, Center for Anti-Violence Education

 

We hope to see you there to be a part of this incredibly important conversation. 

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Yang for New York


Did you see this huge update about the state of the Mayoral race? 

Andrew has the edge, so a James Dolan Republican PAC is already flooding money into this race to take our movement down. 

 

Why? 

 

They’re scared of Andrew’s anti-poverty policies, like his plan to provide half a million of our city’s poorest residents w/ an annual Basic Income - which would be the largest pilot program in the history of the world. 

 

They’re scared that Andrew isn’t part of their political machine, & can’t be controlled by special interests.

 

And they’re scared that Andrew will never back down until New York City’s government works for people, not politicians.

 

It’s Yang against the Machine. So we need grassroots supporters like you to chip into our campaign to build our city back better than ever. So can you chip in now? All eligible donations from NYC residents up to $250 will be matched 8 to 1!


Let’s get to work. 

 

Yang for New York

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NYT: Andrew’s Signature Idea - Did you catch this headline from the New York Times about our campaign? 

I think it’s the most direct and effective thing we could do to improve the lives of tens of millions of Americans who are struggling right now, & anything I do in public life will be advancing the goal of eradicating poverty in our society.” - Andrew Yang

That’s right: We just launched our campaign last week & the field is struggling to find answers for Andrew’s progressive set of policies. 

 

We’re going to get relief for half a million of New York City’s most vulnerable in year one. And that’s just the beginning.

 

But to make our vision a reality & to eliminate poverty from our streets for good, we need the resources to drive this campaign to the finish line in 1st place. But we’re still $67,194 behind on our kickoff week fundraising goal. 

 

So, can you chip in now to become a Founding Donor of Andrew’s campaign? 

Onward. Together. 

Yang for NY

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