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Time to act Locally.


Norman Siegel has been a life long advocate for civil rights and equal justice. He’s also been a huge asset and friend to the NYC cycling community, tirelessly defending the rights of free speech and free assembly.

Once again he is running for New York City Public Advocate and a new group is forming to campaign for him:

Cyclists for Siegel.

For information on how to volunteer and be informed of upcoming events, send an email to cyclistsforsiegel@gmail.com

Things are getting kicked off tonight, December 1st, 2008 with a Bike Ride:

SPECIAL PARTY RIDE TO NORMAN SIEGEL’S BIRTHDAY PARTY
Monday, December 1st, 6:00 p.m.
Ride will start at Union Square
Ride will end at Azza Restaurant and Lounge, 137 East 55th Street between Lexington & 3rd

Come support Norman Siegel- the Civil Rights Attorney who has worked tirelessly in support of our civil rights and has been a true champion of the bicycling community during its crucial expansion process and helped with many aspects of increased cycling in New York City. You can come on the ride or go directly to the party at Azza Restaurant and Lounge- whatever you do, please support Norman Siegel now and in the future.

The new Time’s Up! soundbike will make its debut so we’ll have good rockin’ legal tunes on the ride.

For more information on Norman Siegel’s Campaign for Public Advocate or to donate to the campaign go to:
Normansiegel.com

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