Civil rights law for Pagans, occultists, and other religious minorities
One of our members, Angela Mehira Gilden, is a civil rights lawyer concerned about members of Pagan and other minority religious groups facing discrimination or harassment on account of their religion. She'll be giving us a presentation on this topic. Leaders of local Pagan groups, and other interested Pagans, will have the opportunity to ask questions about their options for dealing with discrimination or harassment.
Location and how to find us: We'll be meeting at a diner on 23rd Street between 6th and 7th Avenues, closer to 7th. (The exact address, and other details, will be visible to you once you join this Meetup group.) The nearest subway stop is 23rd Street on the 1, 2, and 3 lines (7th Avenue). Other nearby subway stops are 23rd Street on the F line (6th Avenue), and 23 Street on the E and C lines (8th Avenue).
Ask a waiter for "New Yorkers Against Religion-Based Bigotry."
We'll be at a table (or possibly a booth) near the BACK of the diner. There will be some NYARBB literature on the table.