Senator Gillibrand at St. Ann’s Church Saturday to Promote New Book

New York’s junior U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, prominently mentioned as a possible Democratic candidate for President in 2020, will be at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, Clinton and Montague streets, at 1:00 PM this Saturday, December 15. She will read from and discuss her new book for children, Bold & Brave: Ten Heroes Who Won Women the Right to Vote, illustrated by Maira Kalman. There’s more information and you may buy tickets here. The event is sponsored by Books are Magic.

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  • B.

    Good heavens, isn’t Kirsten Gillibrand the senator who threw Al Franken under the bus? Funny how liberals, guilty or not, just cave and conservatives stonewall and stay.

  • StudioBrooklyn

    “threw Al Franken under the bus”?

    Calling on someone to resign in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations, in keeping with a larger movement of holding people accountable for their acts of sexual misconduct, is not “throwing people under the bus”. It’s intellectual honesty. It’s the opposite of hypocrisy.

    When you say “stonewall and stay” you’re referring to carrying on with denials and excuses. A continuation of the attitude present in the minds of many, including our Great President, that “no means yes” whenever convenient. The very attitude, by the way, that enables rape to occur. Go ahead and wear that badge with pride.