6 results for month: 01/2017
Harlem United Thanks Governor Andrew M. Cuomo for His Commitment to Reproductive Health & the Right to Choose
For Immediate Release January 30, 2017 Contact: Jason Cianciotto I 347-703-3865 I email@example.com New York, NY -- Today Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced a proposal to amend the New York State Constitution to guarantee a woman's right to choose by codifying the protections established in Roe v. Wade. The amendment would ensure that, regardless of whether Roe is changed or overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court, the right to choose would be protected in New York. "At a time of uncertainty at the federal level, and in states around the country, it is even more important that we protect the right to choose and ensure that every woman ...
Our clients sent the new president personal messages about the challenges they face every day: HIV/AIDS, homelessness, disability, discrimination, and countless others.
Days before President Donald Trump took office, the Harlem United community—clients, staff, peers, and supporters—came together to address the president-elect to share their experience and their needs and ask what his priorities and commitments would be.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s “New York Promise” Agenda Will Help Harlem United Create One Community of Hope, Health, & Healing
For Immediate Release January 9, 2017 Contact: Jason Cianciotto I 347-703-3865 I firstname.lastname@example.org New York, NY -- Today Governor Andrew M. Cuomo unveiled the 12th proposal of his 2017 State of the State Agenda: "New York Promise." Focused on advancing key social justice principles and progressive values, New York Promise includes several goals and initiatives that will help Harlem United create one community of hope, health, and healing. "Since it was founded in 1988, Harlem United's has advanced community health by providing compassionate and comprehensive new models of care that promote social justice and transform and ...
Our Community Organizer reflects on the ways "Moonlight" overlaps with Harlem United's intersectional community work.
Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Excelsior Scholarship Program is an Important Step Toward Ending AIDS in New York State by 2020
For Immediate Release January 3, 2017 Contact: Jason Cianciotto I 347-703-3865 I email@example.com New York, NY -- Today Governor Andrew M. Cuomo unveiled his groundbreaking Excelsior Scholarship program, which would make college tuition-free at all New York City and State University two- and four-year programs for an estimated 940,000 households with college-age children. "Governor Andrew Cuomo's Excelsior Scholarship program is a critical step toward increasing access to higher education and improving the earning potential and lives of thousands of New Yorkers," said Jacquelyn Kilmer, CEO of Harlem United. "We know that lack of ...