Black-And Asian-Owned Businesses Grow While Hispanic-Owned Decline, Says CUF

The Center for an Urban Future reports that the latest study reveals that over the past five years the number of Hispanic-owned businesses decreased by 8.7 percent citywide, and by 23 percent in the Bronx. Continue Reading →

MOIA And ONA Announce Investment In Legal Services For Immigrants Facing Imminent Deportation

Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) Commissioner Bitta Mostofi today announced the City of New York and New York State’s joint $1 million investment in continued efforts to support immigrant New Yorkers in accessing justice through innovative solutions. Continue Reading →

New HUD Secretary Says Slaves Were ‘Immigrants’ Who Worked Really Hard ‘For Less’

With the ups and downs of the Housing and Urban Development from Harlem to Hollywood, our source reports that Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson referred to African slaves as “immigrants” in a speech to department employees Monday while discussing the concept of America as the land of “dreams and opportunity.” Continue Reading →