The NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) today released its fourth Annual Report, “State of Our Immigrant City.”
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Incoming Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter are celebrating the third annual Civics Week in New York City schools.
The de Blasio administration kicked off the second annual Civics Week with a Student Voter Registration Drive today at William Cullen Bryant High School in Long Island City.
Mayor de Blasio today nominated Wayne Hawley and Nisha Agarwal for two seats on the Conflicts of Interest Board.
Throughout January, the Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit will hold free events citywide to provide New Yorkers with individualized and in-person assistance related to tenants’ rights, affordable housing, homelessness prevention and reduction, healthcare, and Continue Reading →
NYS Elected Officials and advocates gathered in Upper Manhattan to celebrate the new voting rights reform and to encourage their community about the importance of exercising their right to vote.
The de Blasio Administration and DemocracyNYC today announced the beginning of early voting in New York City, after the passage of the State Legislature this year.
In support of the City’s ongoing, comprehensive fight to address climate change, the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, with support from NYC Parks and the Natural Areas Conservancy, is partnering with Continue Reading →
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