This past Saturday, counter-protesters turned out in huge numbers, despite the heat, to voice their opposition to the New York iteration of a nationwide anti-Islamic protest. This week brings another wide ranging lineup of political marches, celebrations and community events, from an anti-Trump birthday party to tonight's vigil outside the Stonewall Inn. As always, we've rounded up the coming days' most notable protests—feel free to leave anything we've missed in the comments.

Pulse Memorial Rally

One year after a mass shooter killed 49 at an LGBTQ club in Orlando, Gays Against Guns will host a memorial to honor the victims while demanding an end to gun violence. The "solemn and joyfully defiant experience" will take place outside Stonewall Inn, followed by drink specials and community-building at partnering bars, including 9th Ave Saloon, Henrietta Hudson, Cubbyhole, and Julius. Attendees are encouraged to wear black in tribute to the Pulse victims.

Monday, June 12th, 7 p.m. // Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher Street
Pack the Court for #DelrawnSmall

It's also been nearly one year since NYPD officer Wayne Isaacs fatally shot unarmed driver Delrawn Small during a road rage incident, leading to widespread protests and calls for greater police accountability. Small's family has since asked supporters to pack the court and demand justice for the Brooklyn man's death. The next court date—a hearing on motions put forward by Isaac's attorney—is scheduled for Tuesday morning at the Brooklyn Supreme Court.

Tuesday, June 13th, 9 a.m. // Brooklyn Supreme Court, 320 Jay Street, Brooklyn

Cuomoville: Rally & Campout at Governor Cuomo's Office

Local activists plan on camping outside the governor's 3rd Avenue office to demand that he "stop siding with real estate developers and start standing with New Yorkers." Specifically, they'll demand that Cuomo pass stronger rent laws to protect tenants, end corporate tax breaks to developers, and begin working to solve homelessness in the state. The protest, organized by the Alliance for Tenant Power and VOCAL-NY, begins with a march from the New York Public Library to the governor's office.

Wednesday, June 14th, 4:30 p.m. // Governor's Office, 633 3rd Avenue

Trump's Birthday Protest

In observance of the president's 71st birthday, activist group Rise & Resist has organized this rally and march against a slew of causes, including police brutality, ICE raids, and "Trump's birth." The tentative plan is to meet outside the Central Park West Trump Hotel and then march to Trump Tower. Those interested in volunteering can sign up here.

Wednesday, June 14th, 4:30 p.m. // Trump Tower, 725 5th Avenue, Manhattan

The IDC Is Failing New York

Governor Cuomo has remained conspicuously silent on the issue of the breakaway Independent Democratic Conference, even as frustration toward the group continues to grow. Now, progressive organizers are accusing the governor of tacitly supporting the rogue Democrats out of a desire "to play the big dealmaker, brokering watered-down budgets and legislation that he can hold up as proof of his ability to be bipartisan." Led by Rise & Resist, NoIDCNY, and a dozen other activist groups, protesters will gather outside Cuomo's office on Thursday to demand that the governor disavow the IDC.

Thursday, June 15th, 6 p.m. // Governor's Office, 633 3rd Avenue

Upstander Intervention Training

Being a good "upstander"—someone who strategically intervenes or de-escalates a hate incident—requires practice. This workshop, held by the 6th Street Community Center and the Center for Anti-Violence Education, offers just that, along with tips for "how to report hate incidents, and how individuals can become involved in a movement to end systemic hate and violence." Donations will be accepted on a $5-10 sliding scale, and no one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Register here.

Thursday, June 15th, 6:30 p.m. // Sixth Street Community Center, 638 E 6th Street, Manhattan

Women's March To Ban The Bomb

In late 2016, the UN General Assembly adopted a landmark resolution kicking off negotiations on a treaty that would abolish nuclear weapons. In support of that effort, the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom will lead this march—billed as an extension of the Women's March—through midtown on Saturday. Speakers and performance artists will soon be announced, and those interested in volunteering can sign up here.

Saturday, June 17th, 12 p.m. // 5 Bryant Park, Manhattan