NYJL Legislative Leadership Today: Advocates for Public Policy Committee (APP) Supports the Reintroduction of the Michelle Alyssa Go Act

On January 19, Congressman Dan Goldman (NY-10) announced his plan to re-introduce the Michelle Alyssa Go Act during a press conference at the Greenburger Center for Social and Criminal Justice in New York City, where members of APP attended in support.  Rep. Goldman was joined by former Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, Congressman Jerry Nadler (NY-12), Assemblymember […]

Looking Back at the NYJL’s Leadership in Legislative Advocacy

Today’s members of the New York Junior League are undoubtedly familiar with the fantastic Advocates for Public Policy committee, which establishes and disseminates the Leagues’ position statements on particular political and social issues and lobbies the appropriate city and state legislative bodies. But few realize that this group was founded way back in 1992, and […]

Find Your New Favorite Holiday Recipe in the NYJL 120th Anniversary Cookbook

Looking for new recipes to impress your friends and family this Thanksgiving? Our collectible 120th Anniversary NYJL cookbook features more than 160 recipes curated from NYJL members and friends, local NYC restaurants, our 1974 cookbook New York Entertains and 1994 cookbook I’ll Taste Manhattan, and other Junior League cookbooks nationwide.  When the Astor House was […]

Celebrating NYJL’s Long History of Supporting Children in the Arts

As you may have seen in the most recent Astor House lobby display, the New York Junior League has a long history of fostering youth engagement in culture and the arts in New York City. In fact, this legacy of connecting young hearts and minds to the arts spans back as far as 1905, when […]