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How the South Bronx’s “Home Girl Rachael Ray”—Mama Tanya—Is Making Fresh Food Accessible for Her Community

Meet the incredible Tanya Fields, founder of The Black Feminist Project, who’s fighting food insecurity in the South Bronx with her own farm, recipes, and more!

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Building Power & Safety Through Solidarity

This report from Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM) offers results, reflections, and lessons of their efforts through the campaign Building Power and Safety through Solidarity,…

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How Asians Became the Most Vaccinated Group in New York City

Mekong NYC is one of several community-based organizations that have been instrumental in helping Asian-American communities schedule vaccine appointments and translate Covid-19 information accurately.

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Atlanta Spa Shootings Shine Light on Long History of Discrimination Against Asian Women in the U.S.

Jessica Prois, Editorial Director of NBC Asian America and Sung Yeon Choimorrow, Executive Director of grantee partner The National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum join MSNBC’s…

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Survey of NYC Immigrant Families Shows Students Falling Behind

English language learners and immigrant families say their students are falling behind due to lack of communication from the city, the absence of a plan to…

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Bronx Based Girl Vow Saving One Black Woman at a Time

Through education, mentorship and life skills training, Girl Vow has opened doors for girls impacted by juvenile justice, poverty and the New York City foster care system. It has served over 3,000 girls,…

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Sakhi for South Asian Women Launches Food Justice Program for Survivors of Gender-Based Violence

With the launch of their Food Justice Program, Sakhi for South Asian Women is supporting communities faced with food insecurity.

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