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Citizenship Question Dropped But Attacks On Immigrants Continue

After months of litigation, the Trump administration announced on July 11th that the citizenship question will not be included in the 2020 census questionnaire. CCC joins with our partners in asserting that the goal of the citizenship question was to s …

Join Us: Social Media Action On HUD’s Attempt to Remove Families from Housing

Tomorrow, July 9, is the final day to submit comments opposing the Trump Administration’s latest attack on immigrant families. A proposed rule change from the Department of Housing and Urban Development would render an entire household ineligible for r …

How HUD Could Force Immigrant Families out of their Homes

Photo Credit: John McCarten/New York City Council A proposed rule change from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) could force low-income immigrant families to choose between splitting up their families or face potential eviction. Take …

Stop the Trump Administration From Removing Immigrant Families From Public Housing

A proposed HUD rule change could force low-income immigrant families to choose between splitting up their families or face potential eviction.

City’s FY 2020 Budget Puts Children First

On June 19, 2019, the City Council approved a CFY 2020 Adopted Budget that clearly puts the needs of the city’s children and families first. From addressing pay inequity among the early education workforce, investing in summer camp and afterschool, cen …

CCC Summary of Actions Taken New York City Fiscal Year 2020 Adopted Budget

We applaud the City Council and the de Blasio Administration for putting the needs of New York City’s children and families first in the CFY 2020 Adopted Budget. We want to take this opportunity to thank the Administration, Speaker Corey Johnson and me …

Trump Administration’s Proposal Threatens Services for Thousands of Low-Income Families

On May 6th, the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued a request for comments on changing how poverty is measured in the United States. The proposed change would lower the already low income-eligibility cutoffs for federal assistance program …

How the U.S. Government Decides Who is In Poverty and Why That Method Is Flawed

A recent policy proposal is seeking to change the way the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) is measured. The proposed change would lower the already low income- eligibility cutoffs for federal programs, such as Medicaid, CHIP, and SNAP,reducing or eliminatin …

CCC of New York Presents Community Conversations

*Llama Carlos Rosales (al numero 212-673-1800 ext. 13) para asistencia en español para este evento. Over several months, CCC and our partners have hosted sessions to listen and learn from families in Elmhurst and Corona about the most important needs a …

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