1992

December 9, 1992

December 9, 1992 New York members hold a breakfast briefing on “Reproductive Rights.” The speaker is Janet Benshoof, President, The Center for Reproductive Law and Policy.

December 1992

December 1992 New York members hold a breakfast briefing on “Making Sense of the National Health Care Debate.” Yale University Professor Ted Marmor is the speaker

November 11, 1992

November 11, 1992 California members co-sponsor a benefit premiere for “Damned In the U.S.A.” Member Alec Baldwin is the speaker.

November 2, 1992

November 2, 1992 New York members hold a meeting on “The Effects of the ’92 Elections on the Issues.” The moderator was Charlie Rose, WNET, “The Charlie Rose Show.” The speakers were: Anna Quindlen, NY Times syndicated columnist, Joe Klein, … More

November 1992

November 1992 The Homelessness Committee meets with Andrew Cuomo to develop a strategy to encourage implementation of the New York City Commission on the Homeless’ recommendations.

November, 1992

November, 1992 New York members hold a breakfast briefing on “Making Sense of the National Health Care Debate.” Yale University Professor Ted Marmor is the speaker.

September 24, 1992

September 24, 1992 Co-founder Ron Silver receives the Los Angeles Homeless Health Care 1992 Founders Award.

August – November 1992

August – November 1992 California members organize a series of informational forums. The five forums in the series were: August 5 America’s Health Care Crisis August 19 Choice: The Strategy September 2 How to Read the Press: Interpreting and Understanding … More

August 16-17, 1992

August 16-17, 1992 Issue Forums are held during the Republican Convention in Houston, Texas at the South Texas College of Law. August 16 Life in the Diminished Roe v. Wade World August 17 Funding the Arts: Who Gets Money? Who … More

July 13-16, 1992

July 13-16, 1992 Issue Forums are held during the Democratic National Convention in New York at the City University of New York. July 13 Life in the Diminished Roe v. Wade World July 14 Health Care Reform: Is It Time … More