Represent NYC: Anti-Blackness In The Immigration System
On this edition of Represent NYC, Host NYC Deputy Public Advocate Xamayla Rose examines anti-blackness in the immigration system and its impact on Haitian asylum seekers. Watch the full episode now!
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Manhattan's Best Election Coverage
There is no better place to find out all you need to know about NYC elections than on MNN. We cover ALL OF THE CANDIDATES in ALL OF THE RACES, not just the frontrunners. At MNN we believe that democracy is best served by introducing you to all of the candidates and what they stand for.
At the virtual forum on Thursday night progressive activists pressed the declared candidates on their positions.
In honor of Martin Luther King’s Day of Service, This Week on MNN is proud to highlight community leaders, volunteers and social justice organizations that provide services and advocate for our communities.
The city’s Human Resources Administration is continuing its efforts to expand online access to services for low-income New Yorkers.