Tag: NASSAU COUNTY

D’Innocenzo: Start Immigrant Stories with Yourself

This is the fifth part of our new series by esteemed historian, professor, and activist Michael D’Innocenzo. Inspired by our enormously successful summit on...

Summit Action Steps for the Governance Session

This is the sixth article in our series outlining the results of and intended follow up steps to each of the breakout sessions from...

City of Long Beach Announces Language Access Plan

The City of Long Beach has adopted a language access policy that promises the city will make reasonable efforts to provide essential access to...

One Year Later, Still Children

It is the anniversary of the arrival of the first large numbers of newly arrived children from Central America on Long Island a year...

Nassau County Fails to Implement its Executive Order on Language Access:...

More than two-dozen Nassau County immigrants and their allies addressed the County Legislature on Monday to demand leadership on language access. They asked legislators...

Two-Part Video Series Examines the Newly Arrived Central American Children on...

News 12 Long Island recently aired a two-part series about the newly arrived children who have resettled with family on Long Island after fleeing...

‘Services for Newly Arrived Immigrant Children and Families’ Resource Guide Now...

Long Island Wins and the Health and Welfare Council of Long Island are proud to announce that the newest version of its service provider...

Nassau Police to Focus on Crimes Against Immigrants

Acting Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas and Nassau County Police Commissioner Thomas Krumpter held a joint press conference Monday announcing a new initiative...

The Long Island Wins Show: How Long Island Is Leading the...

On Thursday, Long Island Wins continued its exciting expansion into the world of Internet radio with our third episode of The Long Island Wins...

Obama’s Administrative Relief: $11 Million for Long Island

For the 100,000 to 125,000 undocumented immigrants currently living on Long Island, President Barack Obama’s administrative relief program announced on November 20 has been...

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