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Esther Sanchez, Faith in New York leader, receives a hug from Mayor Bill de Blasio as she accepts her municipal ID card. She is the first New York City resident to receive a muni ID card.
September 20, 2015
"This is a major moment for us as a faith-based organization dedicated for justice," said Onleilove Alston, Director of FINY. "Pope Francis has really put the biblical call for justice in front and center in the media and not just for Catholics."
July 29, 2015
Jamaica residents gathered at the Greater Allen AME Cathedral of New York on Wednesday to demand that the city and developers capitalizing on the available space in the area “build it right.”
July 31, 2015
Hundreds of community members marched alongside religious leaders through south Jamaica Tuesday to protest the lack of affordable housing for lower-income families and employment opportunities in southeast Queens.
July 29, 2015
As new developments start to change Jamaica, locals rallied Tuesday for more affordable housing and policies that would protect the local community.
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