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Proposed U.S. Public Charge Rule Threatens NYC Kids, Families

This Op ED was originally published as an CityViews opinion column in City Limits on November 19, 2018.  The past two years have seen a wave of anti-immigrant policy proposals at the federal level that have resulted in a climate that threatens the very …

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November e-News: Data-Driven Efforts to Ensure the Well-being of All NYC Children

Dear Friend, There’s a growing conversation in New York City and across the country about the important role that community-level data can play in driving policy conversations aimed at strengthening child and family well-being. As you know, CCC has bee …

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CCC Staff Spotlight: Bijan Kimiagar

CCC Staff Spotlight: Bijan Kimiagar

Bijan Kimiagar recently stepped up as the first-ever Associate Executive Director for Research, leading CCC’s research and data analysis staff in producing data driven reports, maintaining Keeping Track Online, and conducting community-based assessment …

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An Inspiring Morning of Activism

An Inspiring Morning of Activism

“It is our responsibility – no matter who we are or where we are or what we do – to open our eyes and each other’s eyes to the problems we choose not to see. But being awake is not enough. We must take action for what is right. No matter how scary or h …

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Action Needed: Speak Out Against Federal Threats to Immigrant Children and Families

The Federal administration recently put out two proposals that would be deeply harmful to immigrant families. We strongly encourage all New Yorkers to join CCC in speaking out against these unprecedented actions that would cause lifelong harm to thousa …

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