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She completed the writing of her autobiography entitled "Life Without Limits" which was published in New York and launched in Atlanta, Georgia in May 2010. Ms. Maynard has started producing a web TV series entitled "Life Without Limits" which seeks to profile people whose lives seemingly have no limits. The first edition was filmed on location at the Almond Casuarina Hotel in Barbados and will be aired on Community T.V via our New York affiliate Caring About People Productions via Time Warner Studios in Staten Island New York which was one of her scheduled stops on her book signing tour (read more)


 

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“Immigrants are vital to New York State’s sustained economic growth,” said Jorge I. Montalvo, Director of the New York State Office for New Americans. “We encourage all New Americans interested in starting or expanding a small business to attend one of these seminars to gain the skills needed in the current economic climate.” (read more)


 

 


 

 

 

 

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For Immediate Release

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

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Siobhan Dingwall, sdingwall@nyic.org, 510 685 6608

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New Guide Educates Immigrants on Financial Rights as Scams Flourish


The current political climate has brought fear and uncertainty to immigrant communities, leaving them vulnerable to scams

In light of increased anxiety in immigrant communities across the country, the New York Immigration Coalition and Qualitas of Life Foundation released a new guide that details the steps immigrant New Yorkers can take to understand and safeguard their finances, regardless of their immigration status.

Funded by the New York City Council through the NYIC's Key to the City Initiative, Your Money, Your Future: A Basic Guide for Financial Education and Empowerment provides a basic overview of the American financial system, with the aim to educate and better inform immigrant communities. The guide navigates solutions to the barriers that prevent immigrants from reaching their full economic potential and security, including a lack of reliable information, inaccessible financial services, and language barriers. These barriers cause New York's immigrant communities to fall prey to fraud and financial abuse, and to resort to insecure and costly informal banking systems.

“New York’s 4.5 million immigrants play an integral role in our communities, and when their ability to live, work and raise families is compromised, we all pay a price,” said Steven Choi, Executive Director of the New York Immigration Coalition. “During this time of uncertainty, when many are grappling with fear due to the anti-immigrant rhetoric coming out of Washington, it is critical that we develop accessible tools that move hard-working families closer to achieving financial stability and success.”

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In Commemoration of Juneteenth, Congresswoman Clarke Calls for the Renaming of General Lee Avenue and Stonewall Jackson Drive in Brooklyn

 

Brooklyn, N.Y. – Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke released the following statement on a letter she and three colleagues sent to Secretary of the Army Robert M. Speer urging him to rename two streets at Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn that are currently named for prominent Confederate Army generals, General Lee Avenue and Stonewall Jackson Drive.

 

“When the City of New Orleans recently removed its statues of Robert E. Lee and other Confederate generals from the public square, that community confronted its history, recognizing – in the words of Mayor Mitch Landrieu – that ‘the Confederacy was on the wrong side of humanity.’ We are asking the Army to accept the same conclusion. The commemoration of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson directly insults the many thousands of Brooklyn residents who are descendants of slaves held in bondage, as well as men and women of color who have in the past and continue to serve in the United States Armed Forces at Fort Hamilton. These generals, who disavowed their loyalty to the United States, are not representative of either Brooklyn or the United States Army. There are many qualified individuals from Brooklyn and across our beloved nation who have contributed enormously to the development of the United States Army and who therefore deserve commemoration, as alternatives to the two Confederate generals.”

 

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