Manhattan at Large: Honoring Miriam Friedlander
Tune in and join us in March to honor the life and legacy of one of NYC’s most prominent public servants – the late councilwoman Miriam Friedlander.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, the NYC Department of Records and Information Services presents Manhattan at Large: Honoring Miriam Friedlander. Join us in-person (for a limited number of guests) or virtually (via Zoom) to hear from some of Miriam’s closest friends, colleagues, and allies as they discuss her legacy and impact. Panelists include Tommy Loeb, Lisa Kaplan, Frieda Bradlow and Margarita Lopez - with Commissioner Pauline Toole serving as moderator.
Venue: Surrogate's Courthouse
31 Chambers St Room 111
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