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...

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...

Registering Dominican-American Political Power

by Brigid Bergin On a steamy Thursday in August, Alexandra Alma, 15, stood poised on the corner of 145th Street and Broadway in Manhattan, armed with a clipboard full of voter registration forms. Her goal was to convince people stop and fill one out. Her trick: a...

Visita De Estudiante UNIBE Santo Domingo, RD

Nuevamente Dominicanos USA de la ciudad de Nueva York, tuvo el honor de recibir una delegación de Santo Domingo, República Dominicana. La visita se llevó a cabo el dia 8 septiembre del presente ano, consistió de veinticinco estudiantes de la Universidad Iberoamericana...

Dominicanos USA Made History in the June Primary in New York

The recent June 28th New York primary was a historic moment. Dominicanos USA (DUSA) successfully embarked on an unprecedented Get Out the Vote campaign. Our tireless team reached every corner of our communities in order to get voters to their polls. This campaign...

Introducing Our Newest Initiative: DUSA Citizenship

Dominicanos USA is excited to announce that we are officially expanding our services into helping our community become US Citizens! With this new program, called DUSA Citizenship, we plan to engage the Dominican community in the naturalization process. We aren’t...

Salga a Votar el 28 de Junio!

[UPDATE: DUSA just wrapped up the most successful and extraordinary mobilization effort in the history of the Dominican-American community. We knocked on over 31,000 doors, made 37,000 phone calls, and sent out 51,000 mailers over the course of 2 weeks. Beyond the...

Dominicanos USA Registra Más de 100,000 Votantes en Nueva York

Dominicanos USA Registra Más de 100,000 Votantes en Nueva York [English] Esfuerzo no partidista ha anunciado hoy que su unidad de registro de votantes de Nueva York ha registrado más de 100,000 votantes, y están poniendo en marcha una importante iniciativa...

Dominicanos USA Registers over 100,000 Voters in NY

Dominicanos USA Registers Over 100,000 Voters in New York [Espanol] Non-partisan effort announced today that their New York-based voter registration drive has registered over 100,000 voters, and are launching a major “Get out the Vote” initiative for 2016 Elections....

Get Out and VOTE on 6/28! [MAJOR POST-ELECTION UPDATE]

[UPDATE: DUSA just wrapped up the most successful and extraordinary mobilization effort in the history of the Dominican-American community. We knocked on over 31,000 doors, made 37,000 phone calls, and sent out 51,000 mailers over the course of 2 weeks. Beyond the...

Visita de estudiantes PUCMM Santiago, RD

Dominicanos USA de la ciudad de Nueva York, tuvo el placer de recibir en sus instalaciones el pasado Jueves 5 de Mayo, a una delegación de 22 estudiantes de Postgrado de la facultad de negocios internacionales de la Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra...

Dominicanos USA and #VOTEBETTERNY Advocate for Voting Reform

Last Tuesday, May 3, 25 volunteers from Dominicanos USA participated in the third annual Voter Day by NYC Votes and the New York City Campaign Finance Board. The day consisted of 200 volunteers from organizations all over the State of New York heading to Albany for...