By Nelson Santana Tuesday, May 9, 2017 On Tuesday, May 2nd—Voter Day—a coalition of electoral reform activists visited Albany to voice their concerns regarding New York’s antiquated electoral system. Charter buses from Manhattan and the Bronx filled with New Yorkers...
DUSA Executive Director Eddie Cuesta Speaks at Voter Day 2017 press conference, noting that we need to reform our electoral system in New York.
Lawyer Franklin Montero provides legal advice and helped the community at a DUSA citizenship workshop by providing his expertise. He discusses the importance of naturalization and the significance of having legal representation.
Juan Mesa talks about his experience as a volunteer attending our citizenship workshop on February 25th. talks about his experience as a volunteer during our citizenship workshop on February 25th.
Mr. Pérez explains why he took the initiative to apply for his Citizenship and the significance of having it.