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Next General Club Meeting on Ending Illegal Immigration in America!
November 2 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Next General Club Meeting:
Thurs. Nov 2, 2023 at 7:30 pm
Meeting at: Golden Years Senior Program (formerly Burger King)
258-20 Hillside Ave. Floral Park, NY 11004
$5 ENTRANCE FEE FOR NON-MEMBERS
Educating and Informing all New Yorkers since 1875
We proudly present the following speakers, to inform you about the top issues of the day, the illegal alien invasion of America, and saving our failing schools. We will hear from Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), a non-profit which fights to end illegal immigration in America, and a prominent parent leader, as well as our local Republican candidates.
FAIR State & Local Field Representative
and U.S. Navy veteran.
FAIR State and Local Engagement Director
and Legislative Aide to former Sen. Bob Smith
Community parent leader fighting to preserve
the SHSAT and more. Journey of an ordinary
NYC parent who co-founded a grassroots
parents group, New York City Residents
Alliance, and ran for City Council in 2021.
See bios below.
Special Guest Appearance by Curtis Sliwa
City Council candidate Bernard Chow,
Creedmoor illegal migrant tents,
Mom’s for Liberty, and more….
Coffee and refreshments will be served
Please visit www.QVGOP.org for more info
Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)
Nicholas Softy, State & Local Field Representative
As the State & Local Field Representative, Nicholas promotes the initiatives of FAIR across the United States and develops productive relationships with stakeholders, activists, and the general public on immigration issues. Nicholas is a U.S. Navy veteran who possesses a strong passion for advocating for sensible and effective immigration policies that will benefit the American citizenry. Throughout his professional tenure, Nicholas has developed a professional portfolio spanning political campaigns, non-profit organizations, and political think tanks; with the ultimate goal being to deliver impactful results.
Shari Rendall, State and Local Engagement Director
Shari Rendall brings to FAIR over 15 years of experience in government relations and grassroots advocacy. In her former position Shari led the
legislation department in coordinating lobbying efforts on Capitol Hill and briefing congressional and administration staff on a wide range of issues. She has also been responsible for grassroots communications and helping state associations devise their legislative strategies. She began her time in D.C. working on Capitol Hill in the office of former Sen. Bob Smith (R-New Hampshire) as a Legislative Aide.
Donghui Zang, Parent Leader
Donghui came to United States in year 1995 and had a Ph.D. from Rice University. He settled down in New York City and Queens since year 2002 and raised 2 children, who all went NYC public schools from K-12 and are both now in college. Outraged by many absurd policies from Albany and City Hall, he joined other similarly passionate parents in 2018 to keep the Specialized High School Admissions Test (SHSAT) and became the parent leader. I co-founded a grassroot parents organization, New York City Residents Alliance, which had been in the center of the citywide action to keep the SHSAT, protest the community jail, opposing the forced DoE School “Diversity” plan in D28 and many other events with common goals of pursuing public safety, quality education, and Asian American equality rights throughout New York City and State. I ran for City Council in D29 in year 2019 and ranked 4th among 9 Democratic candidates on ballot.