New Wave Coalition

The New Wave Coalition is one year old!

Founded in August of 2017, The New Wave Coalition was formed to support new grassroots leaders in NYC, and encourage coordinated action and collaboration among New York City’s progressive groups. The Coalition is comprised of 151 members representing 110 organizations across New York City’s five boroughs. Coalition members meet monthly for dinner and trainings or issue discussions. Members also participate in a weekly newsletter which circulates asks, actions, and upcoming events to all members.

Interested in getting involved? Contact Nina at [email protected].

The following groups and organizations are proudly represented at our table:
Act. TV
Action Group Network
Amplify Her
Brooklyn Voters Alliance
Center for Popular Democracy
Citizen Action of NY
Code Blue
Collective Agency
Creative Resistance
Daniel Aharoni Law
Downtown Women for Change
Emerge NY
Empire State Progressives
Faith in New York
Good Guys at the Barricades
Hearts Across Queens
Indivisible BK
Indivisible Brooklyn
Indivisible/ MoveOn Upper West Side
Let NY Vote
Make the Road NY
More In Common
New York Communities for Change
North Brooklyn Progressive Democrats
NYS Democrats
People’s Union
Preamble to Action
Reboot Democracy
Reclaim Pride Coalition
Rise and Resist
RiseUp Now
Strong Economy for All Coalition
The Democratic Coalition
The New York Civic Engagement Table
The New York Club
Upper East Side Indivisible
Women’s March NY
Working Families Party
You Matter Nation

2018 Meeting Topics Included:

  • A Collaboration Night with NYCET groups – and NY district data opportunities and information
  • The IDC/ Coordinating grassroots efforts/ Phone banking opportunities from WFP
  • Pillars of Success with Citizen Action Organizing Director Stanley Fritz
  • Digital Security for Activists
  • VOTEPROCHOICE and Networking Event
  • Midterms – Planning and Priorities
  • Post-Election Debrief and Look ahead with Michael Kink, founder Strong For All
  • State of the State – Legislative Possibilities in 2019 with talks by Citizen Action of New York, NY DSA, Let NY Vote, the Fair Elections Campaign, and Wolf-PAC