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#43 Working HackNight


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On January 15, we had a huge gathering of tech workers discussing climate change: how organizations are demonstrating on the streets, and lobbying for legislation that will solve the climate crisis that we are currently in. The Climate Mobilization, Extinction Rebellion, Sunrise Movement, and Justice Democrats are all working towards a clear path to combat the climate crisis we’re facing.

As tech workers, we have got to support the important work being done to fix the climate crisis. Here are things you can do right now:

Next week is a Working HackNight – which means there’ll be no speakers, but we’re going to work on a open-source projects, discuss strategies to help grassroots organizations, and learn from each other.

If you have a project, please create an issue at our Projects Page. We’re looking forward to working with you! We’ll have a list of breakouts on Monday next week.

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This HackNight will not have a speaker, so it’s full-on hacking and learning!

Start a new breakout group or meet up with an existing one. Feel free to use the space provided to us by ThoughtWorks NYC. Our directors and organizers will be available throughout the HackNight to provide support, collaborate, or a sounding board for your projects. Help us reserve a space for your group by announcing your breakout group.


Civic hacking

After the presentation, we will break out into discussion and working groups until 10:30pm.

Please bring your laptops!


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Working HackNight

6:30 pm
Tuesday, January 29, 2019

ThoughtWorks NYC
99 Madison Ave
15th Floor

New York, NY

Enter 99 Madison Avenue and take the elevator to the 15th floor.