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Summer Cleaning at Slocum House

Date: August 11, 2018

Time: 10:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.

Location: Slocum House (please contact Julie for specific address)

Join the Friends of Farmworkers for a belated spring cleaning of Slocum House from 10am until 2pm. While we encourage people to be there the whole time, show up for what you can do. Please RSVP by emailing Julie Dragonetti dragonettij2@gmail.com, or here by saying you’re going so we can plan tasks and know how many people will be able to assist. Any questions please contact Julie dragonettij2@gmail.com.

Link to Facebook event here:

Abolish ICE! Day of Action – Syracuse

A day of action to abolish ICE has been called nationwide. The people of Syracuse, who came into the streets in June against family separation, will be participating in this call on July 31st.

We must not accept the feeble offers of those in power, who offer us entire-family detention and the desire to “reform ICE”. WE SAY NO. As long as ICE exists, migrants will live in terror in this country. We demand that they abolish ICE, and we demand the families be freed.

UPDATE: Marcial de Leon Aguilar’s court has been reset for 8/21/2018 at 11:30 am at the Federal Building in Syracuse NY.

We are still holding the rally and march, please join us on Tuesday July 31:

12:00 – 1:30 We will rally outside of the Federal Building (100 S Clinton St, Syracuse, NY 13261) and then we will march 3 blocks to the ICE office hidden in downtown Syracuse (401 South Salina Street, Syracuse, NY 13202).

We will hear from speakers on why and how we must abolish ICE, and what else we can fight for at the local level. This includes drivers licenses for all people of NY, establishing Syracuse as a sanctuary city, halting all working relationships between Syracuse Police and ICE, and removing Customs and Border Patrol from the bus stations.

This demonstration to abolish ICE was democratically organized by members of the Syracuse community and the organizations they are involved with.

IF YOUR ORGANIZATION WOULD LIKE TO ENDORSE please contact any of the “hosting” organizations.

Endorsers:
Worker’s Center of CNY
International Socialist Organization – Syracuse
New York Immigration Coalition
Beyond War and Militarism (A joint council of CNY Solidarity and Syracuse Peace Council)
Green Party of Onondaga
Occupy Syracuse
Democratic Socialists of America – Syracuse
Syracuse Peace Council
Black Cuse Pride
CNY Poor People Campaign
Geneva’s Womens Assembly
CNY Solidarity
Rochester Rapid Response Network

Accessibility information TBA
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Un día de acción para abolir ICE ha sido llamado a nivel nacional. La gente de Syracuse, que salió a la calle en junio contra la separación familiar, participará en esta convocatoria el 31 de julio.

No debemos aceptar los débiles ofrecimientos de aquellos en el poder, que nos ofrecen la detención de toda la familia y el deseo de “reformar ICE”. DECIMOS NO Mientras exista ICE, los inmigrantes vivirán aterrorizados en este país. Exigimos que eliminen el ICE, y exigimos que las familias sean liberadas.

Nuestro día de acción local está planificado para tener dos componentes.
ULTIMA INFORMACION: La fecha de la corte de Marcial de Leon Aguilar ha sido cambiada al dia 21 de Agosto a las 11:30 am.
POR LO TANTO LA MARCHA DARA COMIENZO EN EL FEDERAL BUILDING A LAS 12:00

12:00 – 1:30 Nos reuniremos fuera del Edificio Federal (100 S Clinton St, Syracuse, NY 13261) y luego caminaremos 3 cuadras hacia la oficina de ICE escondida en el centro de Syracuse (401 South Salina Street, Syracuse, NY 13202).

Escucharemos a los oradores sobre por qué y cómo debemos abolir el ICE, y para qué más podemos luchar a nivel local. Esto incluye licencias de conducir para todas las personas de Nueva York, establecer a Syracuse como una ciudad santuario, detener todas las relaciones laborales entre la policía de Siracusa y el ICE, y eliminar la aduana y la patrulla fronteriza de las estaciones de autobuses.

Esta manifestación para abolir el ICE fue organizada democráticamente por miembros de la comunidad de Syracuse y las organizaciones con las que están involucrados.

SI SU ORGANIZACIÓN QUIERE RESPALDAR, póngase en contacto con cualquiera de las organizaciones de “hosting”.

Endosantes:
Centro de trabajadores de CNY
Organización Socialista Internacional – Siracusa
Coalición de Inmigración de Nueva York
Más allá de la guerra y el militarismo (Un consejo conjunto de CNY Solidarity y Syracuse Peace Council)
Fiesta Verde de Onondaga
Ocupar Syracuse
Socialistas Democráticos de América – Syracuse
Consejo de paz de Syracuse
Campana de la Gente Pobre de CNY
Equipo de Respuesta Rapida de Rochester
Solidaridad del Centro de Nueva York

La información de accesibilidad se agregará aquí.

Find Facebook link here:

Torneo de Fútbol/Soccer Tournament!


We are very excited to be having our annual family friendly soccer tournament fundraiser. We are in need of volunteers to help with set up, serving and selling food, childcare, staffing the welcome/info table (especially our bilingual friends!), clean up, etc.

We are also asking for donations to help us purchase gifts that will be raffling throughout tournament and to purchase ingredients to help us cook the delicious homemade food we will be selling on Sunday.

If you would like to make a donation, you can come by our office. We certainly appreciate your donations whether that be your time or your financial contriubtions! Please email Kayla at kkelechian@workerscentercny.org or give her a call at 315-385-9874 to volunteer or to donate.Again, we truly appreciate your support!

Estamos muy contentos de que se acerca nuestro torneo anual de futbol! Es un evento familiar y amistoso donde no solo recaudamos fondos para el Centro de Trabajadores pero también nos divertimos todos. Estamos buscando voluntarios para que nos ayuden a servir comida, con actividades para los niños, estar en las mesas de bienvenida, limpiar, etc.

También estamos solicitando donaciones para ayudarnos a comprar premios para las rifas y ingredientes para la comida que se servirá el domingo.

Si quiere hacer una donación, puede venir a la oficina. Apreciamos mucho las donaciones ya sean de tiempo o contribución monetaria. Por favor enviar email a Kayla at kkelechian@workerscentercny.org o llama al 315-385-9874 para hacer voluntariado o donar. De nuevo, apreciamos muchísimo su apoyo!!!

Link to Facebook event here:

Families Belong Together & Free: Rally Against Family Separation

Join us at Perseverance Park where we will protest the racist deportations occurring here in Syracuse. Local ICE agents are actively kidnapping and deporting members of our community, and we must challenge this form of violence. We will march three blocks to the unmarked ICE office hidden in downtown Syracuse.

From the border to Syracuse and all over the country, families are being torn apart by a government that criminalizes, detains, and deports them. Recently, the Trump administration escalated its racist attacks on immigrants by separating children from their parents at the border and putting them in cages. After public outcry, their “solution” was to keep families together… in detention centers. Jailing families is not a solution.

This goes beyond Trump. Deportation is part of a system that targets and profits off of immigrants and people of color. Now is the time to be clear: this is about putting an end to criminalization, detention, and deportations in our communities. NO ONE should be kept from the place they choose to call home and the people they choose to call family.

This action will be occurring in tandem with thousands of actions across the United States where people are demanding that ICE be shut down, and that no human being is illegal. You can see some of those actions here: https://act.moveon.org/event/families-belong-together/search/?source=families

Endorsers:
Syracuse Immigrant and Refugee Defense Network
New York Immigration Coalition
Worker’s Center of CNY
International Socialist Organization – Syracuse
Palestine Solidarity Collective
Syracuse Childcare Collective
Syracuse Peace Council
March for Our Lives Syracuse
Syracuse Students for Change
Indivisible Syracuse
Syracuse Democratic Socialists of America
Syracuse Graduate Employees United
CNY National Organization for Women
Beyond War and Militarism – A joint committee of the Syracuse Peace Council and the CNY Solidarity Coalition
National Association of Social Workers – New York State Central Division
CNY Poor People’s Campaign
CNY Solidarity Coalition

Accessbility information:

Breathing disabilities: Please do not smoke in the area around the rally. Additionally, please avoid wearing scented body products such as scented deodorant, hair spray, perfume, and lotion. We prefer some body odor over a medical emergency!

Spanish translation: Will be available through volunteer interpreters.

ASL interpretation: We have made contact with Aurora of CNY who are actively working to to secure interpretation. We have also contacted some certified volunteers as an alternative. We will update as soon as possible.

Wheelchair accessibility: Perseverance park is accessible via graded street-sidewalk slopes. We will walk down the street 3 blocks and stay to the right side of the street to avoid sidewalk construction. We will cross the street at Jefferson St.

Overheating: We will have at least two volunteer medics on site in case of heat related illness. It will be a scorcher at about 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Please bring water and skin protection.

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EN ESPAÑOL
Únete con nosotros en el Parque Perseverancia donde protestaremos las deportaciones racistas que están ocurriendo en Syracuse. Los agentes locales de ICE están activamente secuestrando y deportando a miembros de nuestra comunidad y debemos de confrontar esta forma de violencia. Marcharemos tres cuadras hacia la oficina de ICE sin marcar, escondida en el centro de Syracuse.

Desde la frontera hasta Syracuse y por todo el país, familias están siendo separadas por un gobierno que las criminaliza, detiene, y deporta. Recientemente la administración de Trump aumentó estos ataques contra las personas inmigrantes al separar a los padres de sus hijos y ponerlos en jaulas en la frontera.
Después de que ésta atrocidad ocasionó un escándalo público, la “solución” del gobierno fue la de mantener a las familias unidas… pero en los centros de detención! Encarcelar a las familias NO es la solución!

Esto va más allá de Trump. La deportación es parte de un sistema que se enriquece de los inmigrantes y de las personas de color. Ahora es el momento de ser claros: esto se trata de poner un alto a la criminalización, detención y deportación en nuestras comunidades. NADIE debe ser apartado del lugar que ellos escogen llamar su casa y de la gente que ellos escogen llamar su familia.

Esta acción sucederá al mismo tiempo que miles de acciones por todo el país donde la gente está exigiendo que se cierre ICE y proclamando que ninguna persona es ilegal.

Pueden ver algunas de esas acciones aquí: https://act.moveon.org/event/families-belong-together/search/?source=families

Organizaciones auspiciadoras
Endorsers:
Syracuse Immigrant and Refugee Defense Network
New York Immigration Coalition
Worker’s Center of CNY
International Socialist Organization – Syracuse
Palestine Solidarity Collective
Syracuse Childcare Collective
Syracuse Peace Council
March for Our Lives Syracuse
Syracuse Students for Change
Indivisible Syracuse
Syracuse Democratic Socialists of America
Syracuse Graduate Employees United
CNY National Organization for Women
Beyond War and Militarism – A joint committee of the Syracuse Peace Council and the CNY Solidarity Coalition
National Association of Social Workers – New York State Central Division
CNY Poor People’s Campaign
CNY Solidarity Coalition

Información de accesibilidad:

Traducción al español: estará disponible a través de intérpretes voluntarios.

Interpretación de ASL: nos hemos puesto en contacto con Aurora de CNY, quienes están trabajando activamente para garantizar la interpretación. También hemos contactado a algunos voluntarios certificados como alternativa. Actualizaremos tan pronto como sea posible.

Accesibilidad para sillas de ruedas: se puede acceder al parque Perseverance a través de pendientes graduadas en la acera de la calle. Caminaremos por la calle tres cuadras y nos quedaremos al lado derecho de la calle para evitar la construcción de acera. Cruzaremos la calle en Jefferson St.

Sobrecalentamiento: Tendremos al menos dos médicos voluntarios en el lugar en caso de una enfermedad relacionada con el calor. Será un quemador a aproximadamente 95 grados Fahrenheit. Por favor traiga agua y protección de la piel.

Link to Facebook here:

Action Plan! Families Belong Together/Familias Pertenecen Juntas

Trump’s recent executive order will do nothing to reunite the families that have been ripped apart by I.C.E. officers. It preserves the “zero-tolerance” policy that has violently increased deportations of immigrants, and it will keep families detained indefinitely. Saying “No!” is not enough, and across the country people are taking immediate action to halt the inhumane deportation practices of I.C.E.

Join the Syracuse Immigrant and Refugee Defense Network, the Workers Center of CNY, the International Socialist Organization, and other Syracuse social justice groups to organize to fight deportations in Syracuse. This will be an open planning meeting in which we will brainstorm for a powerful action that we can take on the June 30th National Day of Action for Immigration Justice.

Bring snacks and drinks to share if you can.
We are currently working to secure childcare and ASL interpretation.
Spanish translation will be provided.
The building is wheelchair accessible on the Genesee face of the building.
* Please post in the comments for other accommodations.

Please avoid wearing perfumes, fragrances, or washing with a scented soap before arriving as we’d like to keep the space as accessible as possible to those with sensitivities. Thank you.

CAN’T MAKE THE MEETING BUT WANT TO BE INVOLVED? Send us a message with your email address and we’ll add you to a post-meeting message!

DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION WANT TO ENDORSE? Let us know!

Link to the Facebook event here: 
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La orden ejecutiva reciente de Trump no hará nada para reunir a las familias que han sido destrozadas por I.C.E. oficiales. Mantiene la política de “tolerancia cero” que ha aumentado violentamente las deportaciones de inmigrantes, y mantendrá a las familias detenidas indefinidamente. Diciendo “¡No!” no es suficiente, y en todo el país, las personas están tomando medidas inmediatas para detener las inhumanas prácticas de deportación de I.C.E.

Únase a la Red de Defensa de los Inmigrantes y Refugiados de Syracuse, la Organización Internacional Socialista y otros grupos de justicia social de Syracuse para organizar la lucha contra las deportaciones en Syracuse. Esta será una reunión de planificación abierta en la que haremos una lluvia de ideas para una acción poderosa que podemos tomar para el 30 de junio Día de Acción para la Justicia de Inmigración.

Trae tentempiés y bebidas para compartir si puedes.
Actualmente estamos trabajando para asegurar el cuidado de niños y la interpretación de ASL.
Se proporcionará traducción al español.
El edificio es accesible para sillas de ruedas en la fachada del edificio Genesee.
* Por favor publique en los comentarios para otras adaptaciones.

Por favor, evite usar perfumes, fragancias o lavar con un jabón perfumado antes de llegar ya que nos gustaría mantener el espacio lo más accesible posible para aquellos con sensibilidades. Gracias.

¿NO PUEDE HACER LA REUNIÓN PERO QUIERE PARTICIPAR? Envíenos un mensaje con su dirección de correo electrónico y lo agregaremos a un mensaje posterior a la reunión.

¿QUIERE APOYAR SU ORGANIZACIÓN? ¡Haznos saber!

Update on Detained WCCNY Member, Hector & How You Can Support!

Today, a longtime Syracuse community member, husband, father,  worker, and Workers’ Center of CNY, member Hector Navarro was detained by Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) outside of his home after taking his wife Arely, to work. He was taken to and detained at the immigration office at 401 S. Salina Street (which is right behind Katko’s downtown office) this morning. The Syracuse Rapid Response Team and the Workers’ Center of CNY held a protest outside demanding Hector be freed and to speak out against this grave injustice. It is completely and utterly unconscionable that this barbaric and unjust immigration system will be keeping Hector away from his wife, Arely, and their three kids on Christmas. This is a double blow as their family has already been rocked by Arely’s fight against deportation as well. Below are a few immediate concrete steps you can take to be in solidarity with Hector and Arely at this time:

  • Donate to their YouCaring Fundraiser Page

Arely is still accepting donations through her YouCaring fundraising page for her legal fees and now for basic necessities for her family as her husband, Hector was the primary wage earner for their family. Please donate

  • Tell Katko Hector’s Story and Why We Need a CLEAN Dream Act

Hector was detained at the immigration office at 401 S. Salina Street (which is right behind Katko’s downtown Syracuse office) this morning.This horrific incident, tearing away fathers from their families just a few days before Christmas demonstrates why we are calling on Katko to push for a CLEAN Dream Act. More immigration agents and more border enforcement mean that more parents, like Hector will be ruthlessly torn away from their families and communities. When you call Katko, please tell him about Hector’s story and tell him we need a clean DREAM Act now!  Call details are here!

***Katko Action Rescheduled to Jan. 3rd***
Also please join us on January 3rd canvass John Katko’s neighborhood and tell him we need a clean DREAM Act.

  • Donate Money & Gift Cards for Hector and Arely’s Kids

Lastly, we will be taking donations for Christmas gifts for Hector and Arely’s 3 amazing kids. They have a young son who’s six years old and two daughters who are nine and eleven years old. This is certainly going to be a difficult Christmas for the kids, so we want to gather donations as a small show of solidarity with them for the holidays. Please drop off your donation at the Workers’ Center sometime this evening or tomorrow. If you’d like to donate email Nikeeta at nslade@workerscentercny.org.

We will continue fighting this cruel and inhumane immigration system. No more deportations.

Solidarity,

WCCNY

UPDATE 1/02/18

We have been in contact with lawyers to find out when Hector will have his court date (no word yet), we are currently working with United We Dream to create and circulate a petition to get Hector out of detention, and continuing to support Arely and the kids. We will have more details about all of this and more at the meeting so please let write me back and let me know if you can make this urgent and important meeting.
We are also encouraging people to write and send letters to Hector. Support is so important in times like these to remind Hector that he is not alone and there are lots of people in the community that are in solidarity with him. Please send letters to:
Hector Navarro Miranda
A205-021-464
Also Alrey and the kids are urgent need of some winter boots. Sizes are below.
Boots:
Lisania – size 6
Karen – size 6
Jesus – size 3
Arely – size 7
Please let us know if you are able to help help with the boots.
Some of you have asked about the letters of support.
UPDATE 1/10/18
We know many of you have have had few interactions with Hector, but you can talk on your letter about Arely and your support for her family which includes Hector. Hector has been a source of strength and support for Arely on her own immigration case. Both of them have complied with everything ICE has asked of them. Hector case was administratively closed on January 2017, so his detention was totally unexpected and devastating for their three US children who live in Syracuse and their two children who are in Guatemala. Hector has volunteer his time at the Workers Center in events like our yearly soccer tournament and workers rights trainings. He likes to play with his children and spend time with his family as much as possible.
Attached are two letters that Hector and Arely’s children wrote recently about how they feel after he was detained. You can see on the drawing how this is affecting the children. If you can write on your letter something about this, on how this separation is affecting their children that will help a lot. You can also say your are willing to continue to help once he is released, with rides, food, etc. We want to show the judge that Hector and his family have support and are part of the community.
 FYI, Hector does not have any criminal record and the only thing he is accused of is of working without documents to support his family.
He has lived in Syracuse since 2008.
here are the guidelines for the letter:
1. Introduce yourself to the judge and explain the relationship to Hector
2. Explain Hector’s good qualities and stress his dedication to his family and community, the fact that he is trustworthy, etc.
3. If you are willing, write if you could help with room and board in case it was necessary after Hector is out on bond.
 
The WCCNY is collecting the letters, please sign it and also make a copy of any ID you feel comfortable sharing with the judge.
Sign your letter and bring it tomorrow, along with a copy (or we can make the copy at the center) of your ID.  We need as many letters as possible.
Please also continue writing letters of solidarity and support to Hector personally. He got a letter recently from Ann and Ed and he really appreciated!
This is his mailing address in Batavia:
Hector Navarro Miranda
A205-021-464
Update 2/20/18
HECTOR IS FREE!
Thanks to his lawyer and the community support and organizing, HECTOR IS FREE and back with his family in Syracuse. We had a strong presence in front of the Federal Detention Center and at his bond hearing. Please continue to support the family’s you caring fundraising campaign here

Syracuse Community Choir Concert June 11th

Our friends with the Syracuse Community Choir will be holding their Summer Solstice Concert on Sunday, June 11th at 4:30 pm at St. Paul’s Downtown Episcopal Church at 220 East Fayette Street Syracuse, NY 13202. Tickets are $15-$25 at the door (or less if you need to, children are free). We appreciate that we will receive part of the proceeds from the evening. The theme of this year’s concert is immigration, migration, and sanctuary. We will also be able to table and share information about the Green Light campaign, dairy farmworker organizing and other WCCNY. We would greatly appreciate volunteers to help to staff the table. If you’re available to help us with tabling please give us a call at 315-218-5708 or email Nikeeta at nslade@workerscentercny.org. We thank you in advance and we look forward to seeing you on June 11th!

 

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Primero Mayo/May Day Rally Success!

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We had a FANTASTIC May Day/Day Without Immigrants in here Syracuse. The march was very energetic, we heard from sharp and amazing speakers, and we had amazing turnout. We would like to say thank you again to the International Socialist … Continue reading

The Workers Center of CNY – Recipient of ROCLA’s 2017 Local White Dove Award!

The Workers Center of Central New York & the Workers Justice Center will jointly receive ROCLA’s 2017 Local White Dove Award in
recognition of their efforts to organize upstate New York
farmworkers to fight for their rights and for drivers licenses.
The event will be held at Gates Presbyterian Church, 1049 Wegman Road, at 5:15 p.m. Tickets: $100 for Champion; $30 for Friend; and $15 for students (but no one will be turned away)

JOIN US! Green Light NY:Driving Together Coalition Day of Action in Albany!

Español mas abajo!

Tuesday, March 7th
Join the Green Light NY: Driving Together Coalition for a day of action in Albany!
Be a part of the campaign to win equal access to driver’s licenses for immigrant NY!
Join the Green Light NY: Driving Together coalition for a day of action in support of driver’s license access for ALL NY residents, regardless of immigration status!  Hundreds of coalition members and allies from across New York will come together at the State Capitol to show our support for immigrant NY. We will march, rally, and speak with our legislators, to ensure the our elected officials understand that passing driver’s licenses must be a priority to protect immigrants, improve public safety, and strengthen our state economy.

THE DAY WILL INCLUDE:

  • Teach-in on Legislative Advocacy and Green Light NY
  • Campaign Story Sharing and Testimonials
  • Green Light NY Rally/March and Press Conference
  • Legislative Meetings and Rapid Fire Office Visits
REGISTER TODAY:

Register here to let us know that you plan to join us by bus or car: https://greenlightny.eventbrite.com
Reserve a seat on the bus for $5 – Scholarships are available for individual or families facing financial hardship.

Transportation available from: Suffolk, Queens, Westchester, Orange, Ulster, Syracuse, and Rochester
Departure time for busses will differ and be based on travel time from each region to arrive in Albany by 11:00 am. 
Please plan ahead and bring a brown bag lunch.
T-shirts will be available the day of for $10.

ALLIES WITH A DRIVERS LICENSE & CAR:

– If you are willing to drive yourself and others to Albany with your own vehicle, please indicate so in the registration form.

– If you are willing to help transport community members to and from the local bus pick-up/drop-off locations, please indicate so in the registration form.

INFO & MATERIALS:

Familiarize yourself with the legislation and supporting materials:

Assemblymember Moya and Ramos have sponsored new driver‘s license legislation:

Bill A4050: Read the Legislation Here

 

Two new reports were released on the benefits of drivers license accss in NY:
NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer NYC impact report: Read his report Here
Fiscal Policy Institute statewide impact report: Read their Report Here

General Campaign Fact Sheets:

About the Coalition: Here
About Drivers Licenses Campaign: Here

SOCIAL MEDIA: 

Follow the campaign on facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/GreenLightNY/

Follow the campaign on twitterhttps://twitter.com/GreenLightNYDT

#GreenLightNY #LuzVerdeNY 

#ImmigrantNY #OurNY

ESPAñol:

Martes, 7 de Marzo

 

Únete a la coalición “Luz Verde NY: Manejando Juntos” para un día de acción en Albany!

 

Forma parte de la campaña para recibir acceso equitativo de licencias de conducir para los inmigrantes de Nueva York

https://greenlightny.eventbrite.com

 Únase a la coalición “Luz Verde NY: Manejando Juntos” para un día de acción en apoyo al acceso a licencias de conducir para TODOS los residentes de NY, ¡sin importar su estado migratorio! Cientos de miembros de la coalición y aliados de todo Nueva York se reunirán en el Capitolio del Estado para demostrar nuestro apoyo a los inmigrantes de Nueva York. Marcharemos, nos reuniremos y hablaremos con nuestros legisladores para asegurar que nuestros funcionarios elegidos entiendan que las licencias de conducir deben ser una prioridad para proteger a los inmigrantes, mejorar la seguridad pública y fortalecer nuestra economía

EL DÍA INCLUIRÁ:

 • Enseñanza de la Defensa Legislativa y “Luz Verde NY”

 • Compartiremos la historia de la campaña y tendremos testimonios

• “Luz Verde NY” Rally / Marcha y Conferencia de Prensa

• Reuniones y Visitas Legislativas

REGÍSTRESE HOY:

Regístrese aquí para dejarnos saber si puede unirse a nosotros en bus o en carro: https://greenlightny.eventbrite.com

Reserve un asiento en el bus por $5 – Hay becas disponibles para individuos o familias que enfrentan dificultades financieras.

Hay transporte disponible desde: Suffolk, Queens, Westchester, Orange, Ulster, Syracuse y Rochester

 

El horario de salida de los buses será diferente al igual que la duración del viaje de cada región para llegar a Albany a las 11:00 am.

 

Por favor planee y traiga su almuerzo.

 

Camisetas estarán disponibles ese día por $10.

 

ALIADOS CON UNA LICENCIA DE CONDUCIR Y CARRO:

– Si usted está dispuesto a conducir su propio vehículo y a transportar a personas a Albany, por favor, indiquelo en el formulario de registro.

– Si está dispuesto a ayudar a transportar a miembros de la comunidad a los lugares de recogida de buses locales, indíquelo en el formulario de registro.

INFORMACIÓN Y MATERIALES:

 Familiarícese con la legislación y los materiales de apoyo:

El asambleísta Moya y Ramos han patrocinado una nueva legislación sobre las licencia de conducir:

Bill A4050: Lea la legislació aqui

Dos nuevos informes fueron publicados sobre los beneficios del acceso a licencias de conducir en Nueva York:
 
NYC Contralor Scott Stringer NYC informe de impacto: Lee su informe  Aqui
Instituto de Política Fiscal informe de impacto estatal: Lea su informe Aqui
Hojas Informativas de Campaña General:
Acerca de la Coalición: Aqui
Acerca de la campaña de licencias de conductores:  Aqui

MEDIOS DE COMUNICACIÓN SOCIAL:

Siga la campaña en facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GreenLightNY/
Siga la campaña en twitter: https://twitter.com/GreenLightNYDT

#GreenLightNY #LuzVerdeNY 

#ImmigrantNY #OurNY