Driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants?

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Driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants?

And other updates from across New York.
April 12, 2019

The Brooklyn Community Foundation is accepting applications for its 18-month incubator project. Five nonprofit startups advocating equity and racial justice will receive free co-working space and $5,000 through the competition, according to a press release. The deadline to apply is 5 p.m. on Friday, May 10, 2019. Read more about it here.

 

New York City Councilman Mark Levine had something to tell The Workmen’s Circle on April 11. He joined Executive Director Ann Toback at the nonprofit’s Manhattan headquarters to discuss the city’s measles outbreak and legislation to provide driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants:

 

FPWA and United Chinese Association Of Brooklyn have new contracts with the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. They will each deliver unspecified health care services on behalf of the agency, per respective $190,624 and $104,206 contracts, according to the City Record.

 

A Jewish nonprofit honored New York State Attorney General Letitia James on April 9 in Manhattan. The Jewish Community Relations Council of New York honored James for her work “combating hate crimes and anti-Semitism,” according to a press release. Other guests included state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, former Mayor David Dinkins, city Comptroller Scott Stringer, Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez, and members of the City Council.

 

Here is what New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio had to say on April 10 at the 14th annual gala for the Jewish Children’s Museum:

 

Zach Williams
Zach Williams
is a staff reporter at New York Nonprofit Media and sister publication City & State.
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