CURRENT PRESS RELEASES
(New York, NY) Today, New York City Council Melissa Mark-Viverito delivered her annual State of the City address.
Advocates Call for Support for City Resources for Vital Immigrant Services, Voter Registration, Immigrant Workers, and Access to Quality Healthcare
(New York, NY) The Protecting Immigrant New Yorkers (PINY) Task Force issued today a comprehensive guide for New
(New York, NY) Today, Governor Cuomo nominated Rossana Rosado as New York Secretary of State. Rossana Rosado, the former editor of El Diario La Prensa for nearly twenty years, will replace Secretary of State Cesar Perales who is set to retire.
(New York, NY) At the Empire State Plaza Convention Center in Albany, the New York Immigration Coalition held its 19th a
(New York, NY) In Governor Cuomo’s 2016-2017 Executive Budget, funding for adult literacy education was included at $6.3 million, an amount that has remained flat for the past three years despite the fact that this amount is significantly short of meeting the needs of nearly 3.5 million adult New Yorkers who lack English proficiency, a high school diploma or both.
(New York, NY) Today the United States Supreme Court decided to hear the case on immigration relief. The court could decide on the merits of President Obama’s executive actions on immigration as early as April and will be decided upon by late June of this year.
"As a broad coalition of good government, civil, and immigrants’ rights groups promoting civic engagement statewide, the New York Voter Coalition appreciates the steps Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced he will take to bring common-sense voting reform to the state.
(New York, NY) The following is a statement from Steven Choi, executive director of the New York Immigration Coalition: