On Saturday, November 10, 2018, Dominicanos USA (“DUSA”), a 501 (c)(3) non-profit and non-partisan organization, will partner with the High School for Media and Communications,
In a triumph for the Dominican-American community, Dominicanos USA (DUSA) blew past its goal and announced it had registered more than 100,000 Dominican-Americans in New York (almost 5,000 people in Harlem) and Rhode Island in their first year of voter registration efforts as part of their “Road to 100k” campaign.
Dominicanos USA (DUSA), a 501C-3 non-profit and nonpartisan organization successfully employed 83 teens in its summer youth employment program (SYEP). Conducted in partnership with Alianza Dominicana and Catholic Charities over the course of six weeks, SYEP participants registered 1,362 new voters in New York City.
With an impressive initial showing of mostly first time 2014 registered voters, Dominicanos USA – a newly formed effort of Dominican American community leaders – announced today it had registered more than 26,000 mostly Dominican American voters in New York City and in Providence, Rhode Island.
The New Americans Campaign (NAC) NY/NJ Partners announced that registration is now open for Lawful Permanent Residents (also known as Green Card Holders or LPRs) who want to apply to become U.S. Citizens.
The New York Community Trust today announced nearly $10.1 million in grants to 64 nonprofits dedicated to improving the lives of New Yorkers and enhancing quality of life throughout the city and beyond.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced his administration’s COVID-19 Recovery Roundtable and Health Equity Task Force.
The city’s community foundation has just announced $6.7 million in grants to 37 nonprofits.
Today, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer and Deputy Borough President Aldrin R. Bonilla announced organizations from Harlem to Houston received outreach grants.
In a letter to the New York State Senate and the New York State Assembly, Representative Adriano Espaillat.
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.
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.
Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez and Executive directors from participating organizations honored Earth Day and announced the official programming for the Uptown Car Free Day NYC.
Hispanic Heritage Month is happening right now! This is a nationwide celebration of the contributions and achievements Hispanic and Latino Americans have made and continue to make from Harlem to Hollywood.
To mark National Voter Registration Day, Mayor Bill de Blasio teamed up with Mayors For Our Lives to register students to vote in schools across New York City.