- Consumer Credit and Debt Issues for IPV Survivors
Friday, April 25th 3-5 pm
- How to File Family Offense Petitions Online
Monday, April 28th 12-1 pm
Tuesday, April 29th 12-1 pm
- Elder Abuse: What You Need to Know
Wednesday, April 30th 1-4pm
- Improving the Identification and Support of Sex Trafficking Victims
Friday, May 2nd 1-4 pm
All trainings will be held in the MFJC Training Room at 80 Centre Street 5th Floor, New York, NY 10013.
Questions? Contact Sarah Flatto.
Director, Programs & Outreach
NYC Family Justice Center, Manhattan
80 Centre St. 5th Floor New York, NY 10013
Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence
(212) 602-2857 | (212) 602-2800
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.nyc.gov/domesticviolence
We have been informed by NYIC (New York Immigration Coalition) that there is a critical need for legal observers for the civil disobedience actions on August 22 outside of the Varick Street Detention Center. The CD Actions will occur around 12:30 PM. Below is more information regarding the civil disobedience actions:
Highlighting our Broken Immigration System (August 22 @ 11AM – 1PM with Civil Disobedience Actions around 12:30PM/ Varick Street Detention Center)
- What: With every passing day that the House fails to act, 1100 people are deported. Our families and communities continue to suffer as a result of a broken immigration system and the Republican House dragging their feet.
- What do we want: John Boehner to act NOW to keep our families together. The event will start with a Jericho Walk that will escalate with 20+ people engaged in civil disobedience (blocking traffic and entrance to detention center). Supporters who do not want to be arrested will line the sidewalk chanting, holding signs and bearing witness.CD training (likely day before) and legal support will be provided. Negotiations with the NYPD are underway (aiming for dismissal of any charges).
Please consider supporting this event by either showing up and cheering those who will be engaging in civil disobedience; engaging in civil disobedience (arrestees); or volunteering to be a legal observer! If anyone is interested in participating, please contact Christina Chang, Advocacy & Organizing Coordinator at MinKwon Center for Community Action at email@example.com or 718.460.5600.
All, this is a friendly reminder to RSVP to participate in the civil disobedience action outside Varick St Detention Center on Aug. 22 at NOON
. For those who would like to participate but do not wish to face arrest, you can participate in the direct action only.
Please note there will be a training for Civil Disobedience participants on Monday, August 19th at 2 p.m. at St. Peter’s Church located at 619 Lexington Avenue at 54th Street, New York, NY 10022. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Let’s stand together to tell Congress the time is NOW to pass reform. Our communities and families cannot wait any longer for real reform
Don’t miss the 12th Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business Award Gala!
We thank you for your continued support of the Asian American Business Development Center. AABDC is a non-profit organization and it relies on the support of sponsors and table sales to fund and organize this outstanding event.
We welcome any additional donations to help support our organization. Similar to last year, all tickets and donations are tax-deductible. Click here to purchase your tickets and make your donation.
Please RSVP to Stefan Rajiyah at Stefan@aabdc.com. Deadline to purchase discounted tickets is Friday June 7.
Also, please enjoy our new promotional video for the Outstanding 50 Gala. I hope to see you at the event. Thank you!
Celebrate Outstanding Asian American Women in Old Shanghai Glamour Style
FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 2013
at Bennett Media Studio, 723 Washington Street, NYC
As we bring you the fun and beauty of Chinese arts and culture, we also like to introduce you to one wonderful individual and one organization that we are affiliated with through various projects over the years. We are honored to be able to celebrate their leaderships and contributions to the community in our party.
Sue Young is an accomplished leader and trailblazer and has created many critical processes and evaluation/monitoring systems during her over 35 years of experience in Financial Services.
Sue serves as the McGraw-Hill Federal Credit Union’s Board Treasurer and Director, and member of the MHFCU Governance and Nominating Committee and Asset Liability Committee, Treasurer to Friends of Columbus Park, a not for profit based in NYC, and on the Scholarship Selection Committee for Asian Women in Business (AWIB).
Asian Women Giving Circle (AWGC) is a group of Asian American women pooling and raising resources to support Asian American serving Asian American women – led, social change projects in New York City. Since 2005, AWGC have raised and distributed over $450,000 in grants to Asian women using the tools of art & culture to achieve their social justice goals.
Read more about our honorees, please click here.
Purchase tickets today before it sold out! Tickets are available now!
Ladies, Cheongsam or festive
Founded in 1974, the New York Chinese Cultural Center (NYCCC) is a performing arts and educational organization that promotes the understanding and appreciation of Chinese culture through education and the arts.
For over 38 years, NYCCC has accomplished this mission by offering professional classes, workshops, and performances in traditional dance, arts, and culture. Our assembly program serves over 10,000 public school students in New York City and over 30,000 students in New York State annually. Our resident dance company, Dance China NY has traveled to 26 states and reached over 100,000 people every year. NYCCC has been featured on nationally televised programs such as the National Geographic Today, the 73rd Annual Academy Awards and the PBS special The Chinese Americans – reaching millions of American viewers. For more information, visit www.nychineseculturalcenter.org
or call 212.334.3764
NYCCC is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency, and discretionary fund from City Councilmember Margaret Chin.
Center for Urban Research: Report on Diversity on Wall Street
The Center for Urban Research of the CUNY Graduate Research Center recently issued a report entitled Progress and Pitfalls of Diversity on Wall Street. Among the notable findings:
In ethno-racial terms, the bulk of diversity on Wall St. is due to the rapidly growing share of Asian workers, who have gone from 5 percent of older core workers in 2000 to 19 percent of younger ones in 2005-09. Latinos have increased their share as well, but African Americans have not.
The report notes two possible classes of explanations for the group disparities evident in the Wall St. workforce: minorities and women may differ in the human-capital characteristics required for career trajectories oriented towards top positions, and/or they may be excluded by discrimination, institutional or individual, from these trajectories. Census data cannot tell us which kind of explanation is more important; deciding between them requires other kinds of data, which currently do not exist.
To learn more and download a copy of the report, click on the link in the title.