NYC Mayors Office Of Immigration Affairs Release Fourth Annual Report From Harlem To Hollis

The NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) today released its fourth Annual Report, “State of Our Immigrant City.” Continue Reading →

Pop-In To Art Crawl’s Harlem Residency Of Boundaries And Connections On Governors Island

To celebrate NYC Immigrant Heritage Week, the (G)eneration Project debuts the (G) Pop-In, “What Is Your G Status?” on Governors Island with a virtual event. Continue Reading →

City Offers New Business Courses In Multiple Languages To Aspiring Immigrant Entrepreneurs

NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Commissioner Gregg Bishop today announced that registration is now open for new business courses available to over 5,000 entrepreneurs, with a focus on aspiring and established immigrant entrepreneurs. Continue Reading →

Immigrant Heritage Week 2019, Is All About Health & Wellness For All In East Harlem

Immigrant Heritage Week is April 15-21, 2019. A number of events are being planned throughout the city in recognition of the date in history when the largest number of immigrants entered the US through Ellis Island: 11,747 in one day, April 17, 1907. Continue Reading →


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