Think Act Change NYC is a meetup group for change-makers, thinkers, innovators, entrepreneurs or anyone who is passionate about social innovation, social enterprise or simply doing good.
At our meetups we want to spark conversations about things that matter in an informal gathering of people who want to talk about real issues. We'll also have guest speakers inspired by you, our community. We want to connect, inform, inspire, and empower you to act on innovative ideas to implement real change.
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July 27 · 6:30 PM
Free Film Screening "Merchants of Doubt"
FREE FILM AND PRESENTATION Please join us for a FREE screening of Merchants of Doubt, the 2014 anti-propaganda documentary, Wednesday July 27th at the Staten Island Zoo.... Learn more
March 10 · 7:30 PM
Bleeding Freely: Menstrual Equity, Activism, and the Tampon Tax
Radical Feminist Activists meetup and NYU are hosting what should be a terrific free panel talk on this topic at the intersection of gender equality and economic justice... Learn more
Nov 6, 2015 · 5:00 PM
Food Sovereignty and BioDiversity Talk
Slow Food Int'l VP Edward Mukiibi will be speaking at NYU Friday about African and North American grassroots strategies around food, land grabbing, traditional knowledge... Learn more
Oct 4, 2015 · 12:00 PM
THINK ACT CHANGE: A Talk with Global Village Fdn Founder Le Ly Hayslip
Vietnamese humanitarian Le Ly Hayslip, subject of Oliver Stone's film "Heaven & Earth" and one of the most inspirational authors and speakers you will ever meet, will... Learn more
Feb 4, 2015 · 8:00 PM
Learn how you can generate the political will for a stable climate.
What Others Are Saying
"With all the negative news on climate and Congress it's understandable to feel discouraged. But hopelessness is not a strategy for making a... Learn more