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Eleanora Bernard  Keith Carr, Jr.  Dr. Una S.T. Clarke, C.D.

 Veronica Findlay
L. Joy Mitchell  Celeste Morris  Karen Myrie  Dr. Shirley Smith
Invite you to join them and special guests
Senator Velmanette Montgomery  Senator Kevin Parker
Assembly Member Karim Camara  Assembly Member Hakeem Jeffries
City Council Member Letitia James  City Council Member Jumaane Williams
For a reception supporting

Featuring a discussion with


Bill Thompson
Former New York City Comptroller & 2009 Democratic Nominee for Mayor
Beyond the Voting Booth
Building the Public School Reform Movement

Tuesday, January 26, 2010


6:00 pm
At the home of Hazra Ali
233 Greene Avenue, Apt 2C
Between Grand & Classon Avenues
Brooklyn

Host $500  Sponsor $250  Friend $100  Guest $50


Response form enclosed
If you wish to become more involved or have any questions, please contact
Kimberly Peeler-Allen at (646) 845-7337 or Kimberly@Peeler-Allen.com

Education Voters of New York is a leading public education reform advocacy organization mobilizing New Yorkers
from across the State to demand that our elected leaders not only make reforming the way we educate the nearly 3.3
million school students a priority, but also to ensure that every child regardless of race, ethnicity and socioeconomic
background receives an excellent education.

Education Voters and NY EdPAC, a NY State political action committee, mobilize citizens and state coalitions to
engage in grassroots advocacy campaigns for policies that improve educational equity and outcomes for all
children. By organizing sustained citizen engagement in the electoral and policy-making process, Education Voters
is building an independent, nonpartisan movement of citizens and community leaders to transform public
education over the next 8 to 10 years.

Education Voters works with its sister organization, Education Voters Institute (501(c)3), to build effective and
informed citizen participation in education policy debates. Education Voters Institute organizes citizen forums,
tests public opinion, promotes the voice of the citizens in the public debate, and provides this research and training
to grassroots leaders, allied organizations, and state coalitions committed to ensuring that all children have access
to an excellent education.

www.EdVotersofNY.org
GIVING FORM
Yes! I want to add my voice and support the Education Voters of New York leadership
initiative to promote educational opportunity and excellence for all children in New York
by supporting the January 26th “Beyond the Voting Booth: Building the Public School
Reform Movement” conversation with Bill Thompson.

____Yes, I will attend on the January 26th! Please reserve ticket(s) at the following level:
(Please circle one) Host  $500 Sponsor  $250 Friend  $100 Guest  $50

_____No, I will not be able to attend, but I have enclosed a contribution of $

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Donations to Education Voters may be used for political purposes such as supporting or
opposing candidates. Education Voters does not accept contributions from unions or
business corporations.

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education leaders in state elections. As a 527 account, contributions are not tax
deductible.

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Fax: (718) 573-5359