A Guest Post About the Jerome Ave Rezoning

  Some information about the Jerome Avenue rezoning: The City of New York is proposing a rezoning plan for Jerome Avenue in the Bronx, which encompasses all of Jerome Avenue between E 165th Street to the south and 184th street to the north; and also includes...
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Why Latinos Should Also Celebrate Black History Month

We typically associate Black History Month with African-Americans. Since this is commonly the case, what does Black History have to do with the Latinx community? There is a tendency to view “black” and “Latinx” as separate entities, as if they have nothing to do with...
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“Retracing their Footsteps: A Window into Dominican American Contributions”

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DUSA was featured in a recent Voices of New York story – Getting Out the Dominican Vote

by Nomin Ujiyediin After three years working as a canvasser in New York City, Austine Martinez has learned a lot. Like how to tell whether passersby are of Dominican descent – it’s everything from the music they play, to the language they’re speaking, to the way they...
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Help Us Make History Today!

Be a part of our movement! We have been able to accomplish plenty with help from regular people in the community. Just imagine what we could accomplish if you made a contribution today or volunteered your time to our cause. Your contribution can help to register a new voter, educate them about the civic process, mobilize them to vote, or even naturalize a new citizen. Every contribution helps to strengthen our community and our democracy!
NATURALIZATION & CITIZENSHIP

We launched the DUSA Citizenship program in August 2016 to help eligible legal permanent residents become U.S. citizens.

VOTER REGISTRATION

Our project began with a focus on registering our
community to vote and mobilizing them to participate in the electoral process.

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