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 Celebrating the chorus of immigrant voices
making New York vibrant and strong

* WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2013  *

  6pm – 8:30 pm

 Studio 450
450 West 31st Street (between 9th and 10th Avenues) overlooking Hudson Yards

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Sayu Bhojwani, New American Leaders Project

Angela Diaz, Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center

Make the Road New York

Grace Lyu Volckhausen,Tiger Baron Foundation

Featuring Special Guest Speaker
Brian Lehrer
WNYC’S The Brian Lehrer Show

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Host Committee
(in formation)

Co-Chairs:  Kenneth W. Austin, Ian Kelley and Cindy VandenBosch

Honorary Hosts:  Seema Agnani, Sean Basinski, Tenzing Chadotsang, Steven Choi, Duarte Geraldino, Julissa Gutierrez, Chung-Wha Hong, Susan Lacerte, Larry Lee, Geri Mannion, Scott Millstein, John Mollenkopf, Annie Polland, Ph.D and Basil Smikle

Sponsoring Organizations: Damayan Migrant Workers Association,
Korean American League for Civic Action, Workers Justice Project

John P. Avlon, Judi Rappoport Blitzer, Nancy and Anthony Bowe,
Bob Buckholz & Lizanne Fontaine, Gerrard P. Bushell, James F. Capalino,
Art Chang and Allison Thrush, Curtis Cole, Andrew H. Darrell, Define American, Theresa Doherty, The Durst Organization, Gail Erickson, Barbara Fife, Mark Foggin, Lorna Goodman, John & Damaris Horan, George S. Kaufman,  Robert M. Kaufman, Shekar Krishnan, Eric Lee, Tony Mattia, Felicia Mayro, Marc Norman, Public Works Partners, Li Reilly, Sally Robinson, Torrance Robinson, Samuel W. Rosenblatt, Alan Rothstein, Rick Schaffer, Kenneth & Barbara Seplow, Peter J.W. Sherwin, Gregory Silbert, Anthony R. Smith, Ed Swenson, Omar Toro-Vaca, Grace Lyu Volckhausen, Edward C. Wallace, David W. Wang

To join the Host Committee contact Bethany Wall at Citizens Union
212-227-0342 ext.16, 
[email protected]

 About Citizens Union and Citizens Union Foundation
Citizens Union is a nonpartisan good government group dedicated to making democracy work for all New Yorkers.  Citizens Union serves as a civic watchdog, combating corruption and fighting for political reform.  We work to ensure fair and open elections, honest and efficient government, and a civically-engaged public.  Believing an informed citizenry is the cornerstone of good government, Citizens Union Foundation publishes,
a front row seat to New York City policy and politics.

For More Information

Contact Kristine Bruch at McEvoy & Associates
212-228-7446 x15 or [email protected]

Gifts to Spring for Reform support Citizens Union’s work to shape and promote legislation that serves the public interest. Given the nature of this work, contributions are not tax-deductible. For more information contact Bethany Wall at 212-227-0342, x16.

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