Mayor de Blasio, Invest in Our Immigrant Communities!

Advocates call on Mayor to safeguard against federal attacks and fully fund vital programs
New York, NY– Today, the New York Immigration Coalition, immigrant rights advocates, and affected individuals rallied on the steps of City Hall to call on Mayor de Blasio and the City Council to fully fund programs that support the protection and integration of New York’s immigrant communities in the final City budget.

The #WomensWave is Coming to NYC

Women’s March NYC + the New York Immigration Coalition to co-host Women’s March in New York City on January 19, 2019

NEW YORK, NY - Just weeks after a historic number of women are sworn in as members of Congress, tens of thousands of New Yorkers will take to the streets as part of the third annual National Women’s March.

Westchester Leaders + Law Enforcement: ‘Expand Driver’s Licenses for All New Yorkers’

County Executive George Latimer, State Senator Shelley Mayer, and immigrant advocates hold community forum

WESTCHESTER, NY - Monday, December 3rd, members of the Green Light NY campaign, including the New York Immigration Coalition, Immigrant Action, Neighbors Link, and Indivisible Westchester, held a community forum with State Senator Shelley Mayer in support of legislation to expand access to driver’s licenses for all New Yorkers, regardless of immigration status.

Music Across Borders: Artists from the Seven Banned Nations

May 18th, 2017

Donald Trump's Executive Order (which is currently under a restraining order) banning travel from Sudan, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Iraq, Iran, and Libya have forced us to ask difficult questions about who we are as a nation. Do we want to remain a welcoming country, a nation of immigrants? If so, we must continue to celebrate the brave people from around the world who have left their homes to seek a new one here.

NYIC MEMBERSHIP HIGHLIGHT: Cabrini Immigrant Services

May 18th, 2017

Cabrini Immigrant Services is located in the heart of the Lower East Side, a bastion of immigrant New York that has transformed repeatedly with each new population wave. While gentrification is changing the community, Cabrini Immigrant Services continues to work with the Latino, Chinese, African, Middle Eastern, and other communities that have made the Lower East Side their home.

Staff Series: Mozeak Speaks

May 18th, 2017

André Mozeak, Civic Engagement Fellow

The NYIC's Civic Engagement Fellow, André Mozeak, works to engage immigrant New Yorkers in the political process through initiatives like our Student Voter Registration Day. Here, he shares his thoughts on living in Queens, working at the NYIC, the new year and the new administration.

Member Highlights – Adhikaar, AAANY, NMCIR

May 18th, 2017

At the NYIC, our member organizations are among our strongest assets. The NYIC’s 135 member organizations serve diverse immigrant communities from across the globe, creating a transnational resource web of individuals, cultures, and organizations.

We had these communities in mind when we created our Member Highlight series.

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