Date: 1 September 2021
Event Summary: New York and Building Safety. What Can We Learn from the World’s Most famous city?
The Guardian Angels have branches in thirteen countries and over a hundred cities. While the original group of thirteen in his hometown has grown to thousands around the world, the mission has not changed: make a positive difference to the community by engaging our community members to take a step forward and play an active role. The creator of this group and a candidate for the mayor of New York is Curtis Śliwa, a guest of the Warsaw Institute.
The main points of the discussion were such topics as:
– Was New York in the late 1970s really the modern equivalent of the Wild West?
– What happened to politics in New York, city and national security and the USA in general?
– What are the forms of joint action in New York and beyond?
– What can civil society, patriotic organizations and Americans do today to regain control of their country in terms of national and state security and long-term economic prosperity?
We encourage you to watch the full conversation!
All texts published by the Warsaw Institute Foundation may be disseminated on the condition that their origin is credited. Images may not be used without permission.