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    Open Call for Artists

    We are accepting proposals that engage local community organizations and the immigrant communities they serve,  for artist-led, participatory residencies connecting indigenous or endangered language speakers to interactive art and cultural experiences. For more information, visit

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    The Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) hosted an immigrant media roundtable with the Mayor's Office to End Domestic and Gender Based Violence (ENDGBV) to share information about Mayor Adams' Women Forward Plan and services provided by ENDBGV.

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    MOIA’s English Learning and Support Centers are located across the city to support long time and recently arrived immigrant New Yorkers learn English and get connected to city resources. Over one million of city funding will go to non-profit organizations and public library branches to launch the centers. Read more about the announcement here.

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NYC Stands with Asylum Seekers
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    Learn more about the City's response to support recently arrived asylum seekers.

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    The Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) Commissioner Manuel Castro, NYC Parks Commissioner Sue Donoghue, NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Ydanis Rodriguez and diverse immigrant communities announced the naming of the historic Immigrant Heritage Plaza located south of Bowling Green Park.

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