While Saturday's Tax March may not have convinced President Trump to release his returns, the post-election pressure continues with another nationwide rally coming up this weekend, this one in support of public funding for science. And in the days leading up to that, members of congress will be returning to their districts for the start of a two-week recess, during which many of them will likely face blowback from constituents. Below, check out our round-up of town halls, workers' rallies, resistance sing-alongs, ass-kicking workshops and more.

Pay Your Fair Share, Goldman Sachs!
On Tax Day, a group of activists will convene at Goldman Sachs to demand that the bank pay its fair share in taxes. Organized by Resist Here, Government Sachs, and New York Communities For Change, the event will, according to organizers, raise awareness about Goldman Sachs's role in destroying jobs, evicting families, and profiting from incarceration.
FREE, Tuesday, April 18th, 6 p.m. | Goldman Sachs 200 West Street, Manhattan

Make Your Voice Heard—District-Wide Town Hall
Last month, we spoke with some constituents of Rep. Dan Donovan, the city's only GOP Congressman, who were furious at the congressman's continued refusal to hold a town hall. This week, advocates with Fight Back Bay Ridge plan to take matters into their own hands by inviting the congressman to his own town hall—an invitation, we're told, he's refused. Whether Donovan joins or not, residents of Staten Island and South Brooklyn are encouraged to come out for discussions of education, environmental sustainability, equality, health care, housing and immigration.
FREE, Wednesday, April 19th, 7 p.m. | Bay Ridge Manor 476 76th Street, Brooklyn

Queens March Against Gentrification
The Queens Anti-Gentrification Project will be marching to Councilmember Jimmy Van Bramer's office to demand that he oppose three current proposals that, according to the project, represent an assault on the neighborhood's longterm residents: the BQX street car, the development of Sunnyside Yards, and the rezoning of Long Island City. Instead, the activists will call on the councilmember to support a city-wide rent freeze and moratorium on upzonings, and for his unconditional opposition to the privatization of the New York City Housing Authority. The group has circulated a petition with more detail about their demands.
FREE, Thursday April 20th, 6 p.m. | 46th Street & Queens Boulevard, Sunnyside

Rise Up With Tom Cat Workers: Fight ICE's Anti-Immigrant Audit
Brandworkers, a non-profit advocacy group for retail and food employees, is organizing on behalf of local restaurant workers who feel threatened by the administration's growing deportation effort. On Friday, the group will stand in solidarity with employees of Tom Cat, a Long Island City bakery that, according to Brandworkers, is "not safeguarding workers' rights, and setting a bad precedent for how companies should respond to anti-immigrant actions across the country."
FREE, Friday, April 21st, 6 a.m. | 4502 23rd Street 2nd Floor, Long Island City

Back In The USSR—Live Karaoke For the Resistance
In the third installment of Live Karaoke for the Resistance, the Occasionalist band will take Littlefield with a medley of scream-along worthy tunes from the Talking Heads, Violent Femmes, Cee Lo Green and more. All proceeds will benefit 350.org, the Immigration Defense Project, and the Safe Passage Project. See the full setlist here.
$10 advanced, $12 day of, Friday, April 21st, 7:30 p.m. | Littlefield, 622 Degraw Street, Brooklyn

Feminist Self-Defense Workshop
According to a UN World's Women Report, one in three women have experienced physical or sexual violence at some point in their lives. In the hopes of combating this disturbing trend, and in observance of Sexual Assault Prevention Month, the Young Feminists & Allies organization will be offering a free self-defense workshop in midtown. Hosting the event is Rachel Piazza, a martial artist experienced in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and a pioneer in the field of feminist self-defense.
FREE with registration, Friday, April 21st, 6:30 p.m. | Recreational Center 54, 348 East 54th Street, Manhattan

March For Science
Anyone can Fucking Love Science on Facebook, but it takes a true enthusiast to take that appreciation to the streets. Saturday's highly-anticipated march will bring together scientists and advocates for publicly funded science in a show of solidarity that organizers hope will "feel more like a parade" than a protest. If previous science-based rallies are any indication, expect a whole lot of adorably nerdy signage. RSVP here to join a marching group.
FREE, Saturday, April 22nd, 10:30 a.m. | Central Park West at 62nd Street

Close Rikers Rally At City Hall
One year after the #CloseRikers campaign launched on the steps of City Hall, the prison reform group will return to lower Manhattan to continue to demand elected officials reduce incarceration in New York City. They'll take a moment to celebrate some recent victories—like the mayor's recent support for shutting down Rikers—but, as the organizers note, "the work is far from done."
FREE, Monday, April 24th, 10:30 a.m. | New York City Hall, 43 Park Row