Our Blog Calendar Sign up for updates Donate

NYIC is part of Talking Transition!

There's been a lot of buzz about a giant tent being constructed on Varick and Canal St. "What's it for?" a lot of people have been asking, but lips remained sealed until today. Welcome to Talking Transitionan open conversation about the future of New York City. Join New Yorkers online, in the streets, and on this new meeting place on Canal Street to help shape the transition to New York's new mayor, Bill de Blasio. The election may be over, but you can continue to make your voice, your question, your idea, and your neighborhood heard and have a say in how the new administration moves forward with plans for the city. Read today's New York Times article on the initiative HERE

 

And the New York Immigration Coalition is a part of this initiative! We will be hosting a discussion and roundtable at Talking Transitions on Thursday, November 14th at 2PM about issues affecting immigrant populations in New York. This comes on the heels of our release of an Immigrant "Wish List" on Monday, November 4th, a series of ten priorities for immigrant communities that we urge the new Mayor to take on. NYIC created this wishlist as the first step in a process that will result in an “Immigrant City Agenda” to be presented to the new Administration. Our Wish List was on the front page of El Diario, click HERE to read the article. 

Join the conversation! Attend our panel on Thursday, November 14th at 2PM! And let the new Mayor know what you want for New York City! This is a great opportunity to make your voice heard and help inform the mayor-elect's agenda for the next four years and make sure that City Hall prioritizes the issues most important to you.

Below is the description of our panel, click on it, go to "Events & Activities" and scroll down to our event listing to RSVP

Tell us what you think by tweeting at @thenyic and using the hashtag #talkingtransition!

You can also find Talking Transition on FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, and TWITTER

 

Translate

 Rss Feed    Site Map    Terms of Use    Feedback    Contact Us