How Many Stops Act VETO OVERRIDE VOTE Rally

The New York City Council is convening on Tuesday (1/30) to vote on the How Many Stops Act and override Mayor Adams's veto! This is our last chance to make sure this vital police transparency legislation becomes law.

Join JFREJ and our partners from across New York City for a final rally to urge council members to override the mayor's veto and make the How Many Stops Act — and NYPD transparency — the law.

The mayor and the NYPD have pulled out all the stops (haha!) in their attempt to kill the How Many Stops Act. From blatantly lying to New Yorkers about the impact of the bills, to inviting council members to go on public relations "ride alongs" with the NYPD. But PR can't disguise the true nature of the NYPD's unconstitutional stop regime, and we can't leave this critical vote up to chance.

Don't let the mayor and the police unions score a victory by lying to New Yorkers, and help us get the data we need to curtail the NYPD's over-policing of Black and Brown communities.

We'll see you on Tuesday.

(Can't make the rally on Tuesday? You can still help by joining us on Zoom for Monday's lunchtime text-bank!)