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Join the NYIC to Unveil the 2015 Immigrant Equality Agenda on January 5th!

Monday, January 5, 2015


 Save the Date!

Join the NYIC to Unveil the 2015 Immigrant Equality Agenda on January 5th!

Governor Cuomo will give his “State of the State” address setting his budget and policy priorities for 2015 on January 7th.
Join the New York Immigration Coalition on Monday, January 5th to demand that the Governor and the State Legislature support immigrant communities by adopting our 2015 Immigrant Equality Agenda.

This coming year, the Coalition will urge the Governor and Legislature to:

Pass DREAM: Pass the New York State DREAM Act to provide equal access to state tuition assistance to all students regardless of immigration status.

Protect Children: Address the educational and health needs of unaccompanied minor children fleeing violence, and support local communities working to meet their needs.

 Provide Relief: Prepare New York's response to President Obama's executive action and ensure qualifying immigrants have access to services.

Join us on January 5th to tell the Governor and State Legislature what our communities need in 2015!

SAVE THE DATE and JOIN US

Monday, January 5th, 2015
12 PM

New York City
Steps of City Hall, Broadway and Murray St, 10007

Long Island
CARECEN, 91 N Franklin St, Suite 208 Hempstead, NY 11550

Westchester
Westchester Hispanic Coalition, 46 Waller Avenue, White Plains, NY 10605

For more information, please email NYIC Immigration Advocacy Manager Christina Chang at cchang@nyic.org 

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The New York Immigration Coalition is an umbrella policy and advocacy organization for nearly 200 groups in New York State that work with immigrants and refugees. The NYIC aims to achieve a fairer and more just society that values the contributions of immigrants and extends opportunity to all by promoting immigrants’ full civic participation, fostering their leadership, and providing a unified voice and a vehicle for collective action for New York’s diverse immigrant communities.

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