Faith in New York stood with Mayor de Blasio & Senator Schumer on March 29th as they announced steps towards "righting greater wrongs" by speeding up Build it Back, creating a leadership team, and reallocating $100 million to repair damaged homes.
Faith in New York leaders attended a press conference with Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, Senator Charles Schumer, and other elected officials to work together for immigration reform in 2014.
On Saturday, March 1st at a leadership training Faith in New York examined and learned about our prophetic call to create a more equitable city, and planned organizing strategy towards greater economic dignity for all.
It's been nearly a year and a half since Hurricane Sandy swept through the region and many fed up New Yorkers are questioning whether Mayor Bill de Blasio will honor his campaign pledge to those devastated by the storm.
March 29, 2014
Office of the Mayor
City will reallocate $100 million to fund rebuilding of all destroyed homes; marks first checks delivered to homeowners, start of construction, and additional Build It Back staffing and cutting of red tape
March 26, 2014
The Huffington Post
The New York faith community wants to work in partnership with our mayor and his administration so that this city can grow and prosper.
March 24, 2014
City & State NY
Now is the crucial moment for Mayor Bill de Blasio to follow through on his promise to address the needs of Superstorm Sandy survivors.
March 11, 2014
NY Daily News
Public housing residents in developments affected by the superstorm were told to wait at least six months for repairs, according to a new survey.
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