Now What?

Many of us are feeling anxious as we wait for the results of this election – I know that this is a time for patience but this is also a time for action! With the help of Hostos professors, staff, alumni and students – we have been collecting “post-election” resources to make sure that we stay active. I have posted some on our resource page and will continue to do so. You can also find them below.

Post Election

Vote!: What’s next? After Nov. 3, 2020 – Hostos Library Resource Guide

Everyone Counts Project The 78-day post-election period, stretching from November 4, 2020 through to Inauguration Day (January 20, 2021), will likely be one of the most critical stretches of American history. Democracy itself is at stake.

Local Politics– Founded in 2017, we’re a grassroots army of womxn and allies working to achieve full representation on the NYC Council by helping womxn win.

Community

Here is a sustainability map which includes food pantries, community fridges, soup kitchens etc. in NYC for free food

Here is another community fridge map of free food. One map may be missing what the other one has and vice versa.

Lastly, here is the website to grass-roots mutual aid groups helping their fellow New Yorkers.

A special thanks for Sarah Hoiland, Helen Chang, Linda Miles, Haruko Yamauchi, and Phillip Ellison for your tireless efforts to organize and mobilize Hostos.

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