Update: NYPD summons still in place against Tiffany Jimenez despite lack of charges from Brooklyn DA

Case Set for Trial on August 17

On the night of the IFE lounge arrests the DA told the NYPD that they would not prosecute Tiffany Jimenez due to a lack of evidence that she had engaged in any criminal activity. However, in a highly irregular move, NYPD officers went ahead and wrote her two summons for disorderly conduct despite the DA's decision not to prosecute her on any criminal charges. 

Updated Info Available Soon - DA Did Not Drop Charges Against Tiffany, Call Now!

Call the Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes (718) 250-2000 x 2202
Demand he Drop the Charges Against Tiffany Jimenez now!

Text us at 347-721-1309 to let us know that you've called

More information about today’s court appearance and press conference below….

Community Groups Outraged After Kings County District Attorney Office Fails to Follow Through on Commitment to Drop Charges Against Victim of Police Violence. 


Arrests at the Future of New York Conference - They are Free!

On Tuesday FIERCE participated in a non-violent action at the Future of New York conference organized by the city's business sector. They were meeting today to create policy recommendations geared towards "strengthening the city's economy." We came, along with other grassroots organizations across the city, to say that the people of New York (queer and trans youth, homeless, workers, immigrants...) were being left out of this very important conversation.

2007 Year in Review

The past year was action-packed for ALP! The year featured deeper integration of ALP’s organizing, education/training, and health and wellness programs; a celebration of our history of organizing; direct actions, political education events, and community building. We send a big thank you to the entire ALP community for our collective victories!