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Thank You To Our Advocates

  As you know, state leaders finalized and adopted the State Budget for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 over the weekend. Our advocates who made trips to Albany to meet with legislators, who made phone calls or wrote letters made an impact on behalf of New …

CCC Statement in Response to the New York State Adopted Budget for Fiscal Year 2019-2020

For Immediate Release: April 1, 2019 Contacts:         Elysia Murphy, emurphy@cccnewyork.org (212) 673-1800 x18 Raysa S. Rodriguez, rsrodriguez@cccnewyork.org (212) 673-1800 x17 CCC applauds the Governor and State legislature for reaching an agreement …

CCC Testimony: New York State Executive Budget Proposals for Human Services State Fiscal Year 2019-2020

CCC recognizes the need to be fiscally prudent. That said, we are very disappointed that the State’s Budget cuts and curtails services for the most vulnerable children and youth in the state, most glaringly impacting negatively the children of New York …

Letter from CCC to Department of Homeland Security RE: Comments on Proposed “Public Charge” Rule

December 8, 2018 Sent via Electronic Submission at https://www.regulations.gov Samantha Deshommes, Chief Regulatory Coordination Division, Office of Policy and Strategy U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Department of Homeland Security 20 Massac …

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 …

Oversight: The Impact of the Proposed “Public Charge” Rule on NYC

CCC testified before the City Council Health, Immigration, and General Welfare Committees on the proposed change to the public charge rule, which is one of a series of cruel, deeply harmful policies from the Trump Administration that target immigrant c …

Infographic: NYC Children & Families in 2017

The U.S. Census Bureau collects and releases data on a sample of households each year through the American Community Survey, which provides community members, local government, and businesses with information about population demographics, as well as e …

Statement from CCC on Proposed Federal Rule Impacting Immigrant Children and Families

On September 22nd, the Trump Administration released a proposal targeting families on the path to U.S. citizenship. Though the proposal is not yet posted on the Federal Register, we know that the policy as written will be deeply damaging to immigrant c …

On Staten Island’s North Shore, family poverty rate shows a troubling trend

The 2017 American Community Survey data showed signs of progress for NYC families: the family poverty rate is down across the city, dropping more than a percentage point from 2016. But in Staten Island and on the North Shore in particular, the family p …

Statement by CCC Executive Director Jennifer March on U.S. Census Data

For Immediate Release: September 13, 2018 Contact: Elysia Murphy, emurphy@cccnewyork.org, 212-673-1800 x18 “The United States Census Bureau released today the latest data on income and poverty levels from the American Community Survey. The 2017 ACS dat …

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