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The Long Island Wins Radio Show: Rigorous process for Syrian refugees...

In this program, our special guests are our very own Isma Habib Chaudhry, Board Co-Chair of Long Island Wins and President of the Islamic...

Islam, a religion of love and peace, not hatred

Fear and misinformation can make our minds blind and our hearts cold. After the terrorist attacks in Paris, and mainly guided by fear and ignorance,...

The Long Island Wins Radio Show: Empowering the youth with leadership...

In this program, we interview Ecuadorian immigrant Joselo Lucero, outreach coordinator for the Hagedorn Foundation. Since his brother Marcelo was murdered in a hate...

The Long Island Wins Radio Show: Erika Andiola, the champion of...

In this program we interview Erika Andiola, immigration activist known across the country, for her continuous fight for immigrant rights, especially DREAMers. She started community...

Dreams and Challenges, a conference targeted to Long Island’s immigrant students

More than 400 students from various Long Island school districts, most of them Latino immigrants, attended the one-day conference “Dreams and Challenges: Critical Immigration...

Pathway to Citizenship Long Island, a program that helps people to...

If you are thinking about applying for citizenship and you don’t have the means but live on Long Island, a new State program could...

Activities on Long Island to commemorate Constitution Day and Citizenship Day

In celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, various civil activities have been scheduled in Long Island to emphasize both of these themes. This Thursday...

Long Island Wins Radio Show is back at OWWR

After a small recess, we are back with our Long Island Wins Radio Show at OWWR Old Westbury Web Radio. We hope you all had...

Victory: Law Targeting Latino Day Laborers Struck Down in Long Island

A federal district court yesterday affirmed the right of Latino day laborers in Oyster Bay, Long Island to seek work in public spaces, following...

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