Hundreds to Rally for Hempstead School Board Reforms

Day After New Election Called, Community Rallies to Demand "People's Platform" of Reforms from Elected Officials

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Hundreds to Rally for Hempstead School Board Reforms 

Day After New Election Called, Community Rallies to Demand "People's Platform" of Reforms from Elected Officials



WHAT: 
Up to 1,000 Hempstead community members will rally Saturday to celebrate the incredible voter turnout in May's School Board election and to endorse a "People's Platform" of demands for reform from the board.

Organized by the powerful coalition of faith, labor, and community groups that nearly doubled turnout in May's election, the rally comes one day after Commissioner John King invalidated May's election and marks a new crescendo in community engagement.

Appearances are expected from Board President Lamont Johnson, Trustees Ricky Cooke and Shelley Brazely, who will support the People's Platform.

WHEN: Saturday, August 30, 12:30 PM

WHERE: Abba Leadership Center, 83 Greenwich St, Hempstead, NY

WHO: 
ABBA Leadership Center, New York Communities for Change, The Long Island Civic Engagement Table, La Fuente, Family and Children’s Association, New York Civil Liberties Union, Hempstead Classroom and Teachers Association, The Corridor Counts, Hempstead Hispanic Civic Association, STRONG Youth, Hempstead Chamber of Commerce, Judea Baptist Church, and the Pentecostal Church of Hempstead.

VISUALS: Up to 1,000 attendees of diverse races including young children/students, parents, teachers. Crowd holding posters, cheering, eating BBQ as part of community celebration. Stage for speakers, including community emcees, School Board members. Community members signing their names to official "People's Platform" poster board.

 

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LI Immigrants Call on Pres. Obama to Go Big on Immigration Relief

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LI Immigrants Call on Pres. Obama to Go Big on Immigration Relief

As organizations and community members across the country continue to press for action to fix the country’s broken immigration system across the country, organizations on Long Island join the call for immediate action to keep immigrant families together.

In the wake of the failure of the House of Representatives to act on comprehensive immigration reform,  President Obama recently announced plans to review immigration practices and priorities and take action on his own authority. Organizations on Long Island encourage the President to act quickly, and to use all of his executive authority to address as much of the problem as possible.

Maria Magdalena Hernandez, an immigrant and a member of Make the Road New York, said, "The failure of Congress to fix our broken immigration system is truly frustrating. We now see that the voice and will of the people are not being heard. Suffering, exploitation, and abuse will continue in America's communities. President Obama, the time is now. Our community voted for you because you promised to pass immigration reform. You can and should stop deportations from separating our families.”

Pat Young, program director of CARECEN, said, "President Obama is moving in the right direction with and executive order on immigration. He needs to include as many immigrants as possible to address the problem the House of Representatives has ignored."

Martha Maffei of SEPA Mujer said, "Latina Immigrants across Long Island welcome the President’s announcement and urge him to act quickly and to provide the broadest possible relief. It is far past due and families are suffering as a result of the House of Representative’s inaction and the continuing deportations."

Victoria Daza, organizer with Long Island Jobs with Justice, said, "As an organization that works with undocumented students and families, we are far too familiar with the tremendous barriers to employment and education. Hardworking families make the best of their limited resources to create a future for themselves and their loved ones. Many times this means working multiple low wage jobs, fear of deportation of themselves or family members, and an increased risk of exploitation due to undocumented status. We urge President Obama to keep his promise of comprehensive immigration reform, and stand for the dignity and future of all hard working people in this country.” 

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Community Groups Host Language-Access Forum As Implementation Date for New County Policy Nears

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Community Groups Host Language-Access Forum As Implementation Date for New County Policy Nears

HEMPSTEAD, NY — Residents and community advocates held a community forum on Thursday to discuss the need for language assistance services in Nassau County, what languages services should be provided by the county, and the status of implementation at county agencies.

Nearly one year ago, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano signed two executive orders to ensure translation and interpretation services for the county’s 130,000 limited-English-proficient residents at county agencies, effective July 30, 2014. On Thursday, community members and advocates learned what the County’s obligations are under the new policy, as well as hearing a presentation from Nassau County Police Chief Steven Skrynecki regarding his department’s efforts.

In addition to the police, other Nassau agencies which should provide language access by July 30th  include the Departments of Social Services, Health, Emergency Services, Youth, Veterans , Office for People with Disabilities and others.

Participants reflected on the importance of this new policy:

Beatriz Cruz, a member of Make the Road New York, said, “I went to the Department of Social Services and they didn’t want to speak to me in Spanish. They even had someone there who spoke Spanish, but he just told me I should go to school and learn English. I hope that in the future every county office will have someone who can speak my language."

Cheryl Keshner from the Long Island Language Advocates Coalition and the Empire Justice Center, said, “We’re counting on  County Executive Mangano to do the right thing by implementing language access at county agencies by July 30th. Limited English proficient victims of domestic violence needing police protection, people in need of emergency housing, and those in need of quality healthcare should not be made to wait any longer to gain access to these critical services.”

Delbys Torres, an organizer with La Fuente, said, "As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the civil rights movement,  we recognize that the struggle still continues. In that spirit, we look to Nassau County's implementation of the Language Access Executive Orders that will ensure that the civil rights of all residents regardless of language proficiency are protected. We hope this will serve as a model of effective and responsible governance for all the towns and villages within Nassau County."

Jason Starr, Director of the Nassau Chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union, said, “Equal access to government services, regardless of one’s level of English proficiency, is an important civil right. It is absolutely essential that the Mangano administration make good on their promise and fully implement the language access plan to ensure the safety, welfare, and economic vitality of all of Nassau County’s linguistically diverse residents.”

Steve McFarland, Coordinator of the Long Island Civic Engagement Table, said, "Every member of our community deserves to receive government services in a language they understand. County Executive Mangano did the right thing in signing executive orders for language access one year ago. We’re waiting and counting on him to do the right thing today by ensuring all Nassau County agencies comply."

Gabriela Castillo, an attorney with SEPA Mujer, said, "Language access is critical for members of our nassau community.  Language barriers should never be the reason for someone going without crucial services.  It is important that we keep our community engaged in this topic and assure them that we will be their voice in pushing forward implementation of the Executive Order.”

Participating groups included the Long Island Language Advocates Coalition, Make the Road New York, the Long Island Civic Engagement TableSEPA Mujer, La Fuente-Long Island Civic Participation Project, the New York Civil Liberties Union, and the Empire Justice Center.

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Fed Up with Inaction on Immigration Reform, LI Immigrants Vow to Hit the Streets — and the Polls

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Maryann Slutsky - LI Wins (English): 516-333-7004; mslutsky@liwins.com


Fed Up with Inaction on Immigration Reform, LI Immigrants Vow to Hit the Streets — and the Polls

Local Immigrants and Allies Join National Day of Action on Immigration Reform


Brentwood, NY — Scores of immigrants and their allies from across Long Island gathered in this vibrant immigrant community today to demand action from the House of Representatives and the President on immigration reform. Warning that there would be electoral consequences for failing to take action, they vowed to register thousands of voters to make sure that immigrant and Latino voices are heard this November. (Photos available upon request.)

This action was in conjunction with the “National Day to Stop Separating Families,” a series of actions across the county calling on both the President and the House of Representatives to take action to fix the nation’s broken immigration system.

Though House Speaker John Boehner and President Obama have both claimed they want to move reform forward, they have failed to take action. Speaker Boehner has refused to allow an immigration bill to come to a vote in the House, despite support for reform from members of both parties. President Obama has failed to use his executive powers to stop the tide of more than 2 million deportations that has happened under his watch, more than any other president in American history.

Teresa Farfan, an immigrant and member Make the Road New York, said, “We know that the House has failed us. Now everything depends on the President. So far he has failed to take action. He is permitting hundreds of deportations every day and putting people in limbo in a broken immigration system. Today we are starting a wave of civic commitment with a clear message: Act now to keep our families together!"

Maryann Sinclair Slutsky, executive director of Long Island Wins, said, “For our movement, all options are on the table for immigration reform. One way or another we will win dignity and justice for our families and communities this year. We aren’t giving up on legislation; we’ve just given up on the House to do anything. And now, we’re going to American voters’ doorsteps, starting with President Obama.” 

Pat Young, program director of CARECEN, said, "The House leadership has failed completely during Speaker Boehner's tenure, to address the universally felt need for immigration reform. President Obama can no longer wait for Congressional foot-draggers to take action. He must act immediately to halt the destruction of families through deportation."

Erika Brooks, a member of SEPA Mujer, said, “Congress has failed to act on immigration reform. Now the President needs to act. Don’t underestimate us. We’re a strong community, and our disappointment will be shown in the upcoming elections."

Steven Choi, executive director of the New York Immigration Coalition, said, "In Long Island, across New York and the nation today, immigrant communities are coming out to say that enough is enough. Our families are unable to wait any longer while Congress continues their political pandering, and it is time for President Obama to act now to stop separating families, halt these needless deportations and find a way to provide relief. Long Island's immigrants have been key parts of the community and vital to Long Island's economy, and yet they live in fear of deportation everyday. From Babylon, Long Island to Buffalo, we will not stand for this injustice."
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Election Fraud in Hempstead

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Civic & Civil Rights Groups Condemn Hempstead Election Fraud

Record Turnout, Widespread Irregularities – Advocates Demand Justice Over Politics


HEMPSTEAD, NY — One day after record voter turnout and civic engagement signaled the start of a new era here, civil rights and civic organizations are condemning today's rushed decision to count 31 additional absentee ballots in the School Board election, despite a federal injunction, and to certify the results of an election plagued by voter suppression and fraud.

Steve McFarland, Coordinator of the Long Island Civic Engagement Table, said, "Hempstead is strong. Parents, teachers, students, and community members showed that strength through historic turnout in Tuesday's School Board election. Hempstead is stronger even than the widespread voter suppression and election fraud we witnessed yesterday. Firsthand accounts of Latino citizens who were turned away from the polls and improperly asked to show ID are an outrage. We condemn today's rash action by the current Hempstead School Board, in apparent defiance of a court injunction, and demand a full investigation."

Jason Starr, Director of the Nassau County Chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union, said, "The record turnout shows that the Hempstead community is ready for a change from the systemic dysfunction, nepotism, and ineptitude that has become par for the course with the current Board and administration.  We demand an investigation into the pervasive violations of election law to ensure that the community's choices for new leadership are acknowledged and respected."

Phil Mickulas, Executive Director of Family & Children's Association, added, "Today's antics by the Hempstead School Board reveal the depth and seriousness of the problems inherent in a corrupt system that denies equal opportunity to thousands of children in the district. As State Commissioner John King, Chancellor Merryl Tisch, Regent Roger Tilles, and Newsday's Editorial Board have all noted recently, the district is failing its students. Hempstead should be proud of record voter turnout yesterday, but we are all watching and waiting for the leaders we deserve.”

Lucia Gomez-Jimenez, Executive Director of La Fuente-Long Island Civic Participation Project, said, "The Latino community is an integral part of our school district and the Hempstead community at-large. We turned out to make our voices heard and our communities win respect, but our members’ stories of being turned away at the polls, or rushed through voting, are deeply troubling. Our democracy guarantees every citizen the right to vote, no matter the language they speak or their country of origin. We expect and demand more from the Hempstead School District and we call upon our Attorney General Schneiderman and District Attorney Rice to immediately intervene and investigate any irregularity."

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Hundreds Demand Change for Hempstead Schools, Release Policy Proposals

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Hundreds Demand Change for Hempstead Schools, Release Policy Proposals

Weeks from Election, over 350 Parents, Teachers, Students, & Community Organizations Build "People's Platform" for District


HEMPSTEAD — After weeks of capacity crowds and the input of over 350 community members, a coalition of Hempstead students, teachers, and community organizations released an 11-point platform of policy proposals for the troubled school district, which is among the lowest-performing districts on Long Island, with a 38% graduation rate in recent years. Thursday night's workshop at the Hempstead Public Library capped the "Our Schools, Our Future" community education series, which mobilized over 350 community members in recent weeks. [Full-resolution photos available here.]

The coalition effort included over one dozen local organizations, led by the Long Island Civic Engagement Table, New York Civil Liberties Union-Nassau County Chapter, and New York Communities for Change. The non-profit organizations have plans to use the proposals as an educational tool in a coordinated non-partisan Get Out the Vote campaign launching later this month, which organizers said was expected to reach over 700 voters three times each. The highest voter-earner in last year's election won with 628 votes.

"The balance of power has shifted in the Hempstead School District," said Steve McFarland, Nassau County Organizer for the Long Island Civic Engagement Table. "These workshops are the start of a grassroots campaign that's nothing short of inspiring: in the last few weeks we have seen passion and unity from all corners of Hempstead – students, parents, teachers, and leaders. The People's Platform is a democratic list of priorities for everyone who wants a brighter future for Hempstead's youth, and hundreds of us have signed up to knock on doors and make the phone calls to ensure that we can win on our issues in May and beyond."

"The community has been shut out of the process of improving our education system for too long," said Diane Goins Long Island Chairperson for New York Communities for Change. "NYCC has been fighting for the school board to engage the community for years. Our calls have fallen on deaf ears. In that sense, these workshops were a breath of fresh air. The community came together to discuss the problems and solutions and to build a collective vision for our school system. Many people who did not know what is going on have become educated and are now involved and ready to make change. Most importantly, voters now know the issues and can make an informed decision come Election Day." 

"The Hempstead community has waited far too long for a school district that works and provides the sound quality education to which every child in New York is entitled," said Hector Gerardo, community organizer at the New York Civil Liberties Union. "These workshops brought together key stakeholders to develop a strong set of policy demands that speak to the needs of the community. Everyone's voices were heard and respected and now it's time to take this message to every corner of this community and turn these ideas into action."

"The Hempstead Classroom Teachers Association is determined to be part of community conversations to help improve public education," said Elias Mestizo, President of the Hempstead Classroom Teachers Association. "The workshops were instrumental in bringing different perspectives to accomplish that goal."

Sergio Argueta, of The Corridor Counts, said, "What was confirmed over the course of three workshops is that which we already knew. Our children want to learn, parents want to be engaged, and our teachers want to teach. We all deserve better, and collectively we will get there!"

George Siberón, Executive Director of the Hempstead Hispanic Civic Association, said, "The workshops and platform that evolved from these workshop demonstrated how a community can come together and work through ideas on how to turn around a dysfunctional school system. Over 350 parents, students, community activist, community based organizations came together, put aside differences and focused on the important work of creating the best possible atmosphere for our children to learn and for the inclusion of parents and community stakeholders in the education process of our children."

Philip Mickulas, Executive Director of Family & Children's Association, said, "Family and Children’s Association has been pleased to support the effort to inform Hempstead residents about the important issues confronting the community as it prepares to select new members of the school board. It’s been gratifying to see people identify the key elements such as accountability, transparency, diversity and community partnership."

"It is important for the community to speak up and take action to ensure students receive a high quality education," said Blanca Villanueva, Long Island Education Organizer for the Alliance for Quality Education and Long Island Progressive Coalition. "The series of workshops held in Hempstead is a testament of how the community can come together and organize to achieve a goal. Community schools are one of the best ways to address the social, academic, and emotional needs of our poorest students. We call on the Governor to expand his community schools initiative outside the competitive process so that students like those in Hempstead can get the services they need to succeed."

Shea Levin, of Every Child Matters-Long Island, said, "Children don't have a voice in our democracy, therefore they need adults to step up and be their voice. We can all do this by getting out the polls on May 20 and voting for someone who will make children a top priority."

Maria Hernandez, a parent of students in the Hempstead School District and member of La Fuente-Long Island Civic Participation Project, added, "I was able to meet other parents who are just as concerned about the situation of our schools in Hempstead as I am. There were many wonderful ideas floating around that I would like to see happen in the future. Also, learning a hispanic candidate was running for the board was very satisfying."


The People's Platform for the Hempstead School District

Our School Board

  1. Community oversight & Financial transparency
  2. Diversity & cultural competency training for board members
  3. Improved services for LEP students & parents
  4. Parent/teacher representative on Board

Our Classrooms

  1. Healthy Buildings
  2. Improved Parent-School Communication
  3. Smaller Classrooms, Improved Support Services

Our Community Schools

  1. One stop shop: School as hub for services
  2. School Safety – better, smarter
  3. Transportation Services
  4. Community Partnerships, Community Space
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Suffolk County Exec Bellone Talks Jobs, Housing, Diversity with Latino and African-American Residents

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Daniel Altschuler, Make the Road New York, daniel.altschuler@maketheroadny.org; 917-494-5922 (English / Spanish)

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Maryann Sinclair Slutsky, Executive Director, Long Island Wins, mslutsky@longislandwins.com; 516-506-3505


In Sign of Changing Political Conversation in Suffolk, County Executive Steve Bellone Talks Jobs, Housing, and Diversity with Latino and African-American Residents

Community Members Posed Key Questions at Community Forum


BRENTWOOD, NY—On Wednesday night, more than one hundred Suffolk County residents from Latino, African-American, and immigrant communities joined Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone for a forum hosted by Make the Road New York, New York Communities for Change, the Long Island Civic Engagement Table, and the NAACP.  Residents who came together at the Brentwood Public Library posed questions about the most pressing issues facing Suffolk’s diverse communities: jobs, housing, and diversity.

Participants in the event were thrilled to have the opportunity to ask questions on a wide range of topics affecting communities of color, including housing discrimination, addressing the foreclosure crisis, how to combat wage theft, and the status of efforts to welcome immigrants to Suffolk County.

Miriam Elaraby, member of Make the Road New York, said: “This event was an important way that our community and our elected representatives can join together to better our community. I’m pleased that issues of diversity, employment, and housing are being discussed, because they’re the main priorities for the community.”

Nelsena Day, member of New York Communities for Change and Brentwood resident, said, “These public forums are very important for our communities, because, with the diversity in our neighborhoods, people need to be respected and cared about by our elected officials. Providing stable jobs and keeping housing affordable will allow individuals to support their families in this county.”

"From Suffolk County Executive Bellone's language access Executive Order making Suffolk County one of the most language accessible suburbs in the country to publicly supporting comprehensive immigration reform and declaring Welcoming Week in Suffolk two years in a row, the county’s leader has signaled to the immigrant community as well as all Suffolk residents that the county has opened its heart and mind to work through how we can maximize immigrants’ contributions and build a stronger community together," said Maryann Sinclair Slutsky, executive director, Long Island Wins.

Amparo Sadler, member of Long Island Progressive Coalition and the Alliance for Quality Education, said, “The forum was a great opportunity for the community to understand how County Executive Bellone plans to close the inequality gap. The segregation of Long Island causes educational inequalities between rich and poor districts. We must focus on closing this gap by funding low income school districts and investment in a true universal Pre-K program, in order for all children in Suffolk County an equal opportunity to a quality public education.”

Event co-sponsors included Long Island Wins, Long Island Progressive Coalition, National Association of Puerto Rican Hispanic Social Workers, The Health and Welfare Council of Long Island, Long Island Latino Teachers Association, The Muslim Center of Long Island, New York Civil Liberties Union, and Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic.

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Crowd at Nassau Legislature Rallies for Action on Redistricting Reform

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Crowd at Nassau Legislature Rallies for Action on Redistricting Reform

Non-partisan Coalition in Talks with Republicans, Democrats to Craft Legislation Putting Voters at Heart of Process


MINEOLA, NY — Chants of "Put voters first!" and "Si se puede!" ("Yes we can!") filled the Nassau County legislature on Monday, as over 40 voters and supporters of the Nassau United Redistricting Coalition rallied outside and shared public testimony on the need for a fix to Nassau County's divisive and malfunctioning redistricting process. The Coalition on Monday revealed that, after 6 months of research, consultation and advocacy, they are in talks with both parties over draft legislation that may be taken up the nineteen-member legislature. [Photos available here.]

"We're tired of politicians dividing up our communities for their own benefit, we need better redistricting Nassau," said Cheryl Jenkins, a member of New York Communities for Change.

"Redistricting is about the power of our votes and whether government works for us. Nassau voters deserve an end to deadlock and overwhelmingly support a common-sense, independent redistricting process," said Steve McFarland, Nassau County Organizer for the Long Island Civic Engagement Table. "We are glad to be getting to work on legislation that our leaders can take swift action on. Voters demand it and all Nassau residents deserve government that works in their interests, not those of party bosses."

Susan Lerner, Executive Director of Common Cause New York, said, “Partisan gerrymandering hurts our democracy by dividing communities, entrenching incumbents, and discouraging political competition and participation. Here in Nassau, we have the opportunity to end gerrymandering for good by amending the county charter to establish a fair independent redistricting process, one that puts the interests of voters, not politicians, first.”

"Today, we made every effort to move the redistricting reform process another step forward. We look forward to sitting down to substantive conversations with our elected leaders about how we can get real redistricting reform for all Nassau Voters by reforming the Nassau County Charter." said Barbara Epstein of the League of Women Voters of Nassau County.

"We strongly urge our county legislators to demonstrate leadership and ensure the County Charter is reformed to protect the voting rights of all its residents," said Lucia Gomez, Executive Director of La Fuente-Long Island Civic Participation Project. "We stand ready to help them find an alternative to the current process and will work with them to make Nassau County a model for the state and nation."
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ADVISORY: As Recovery Begins, Candidates Altschuler and Bishop to Come Together to Support Relief Efforts and Answer Questions about Issues Facing Long Island’s Diverse Communities

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October 31, 2012

For Immediate Release                                                                         

Press Contacts:

Daniel Altschuler, Long Island Civic Engagement Table 917-494-5922

Silvana Dίaz, Noticia 516-223-5678

Maryann Slutsky, Long Island Wins 516-506-3505

As Recovery Begins, Candidates Altschuler and Bishop to Come Together to Support Relief Efforts and Answer Questions about Issues Facing Long Island’s Diverse Communities:

Long Island Civic Engagement Table, Noticia, and Long Island Wins Will Co-host “Growing a Diverse Long Island” Forum, where Residents Can Donate to Hurricane Relief and Engage with Candidates for the 1st Congressional District.

 

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ADVISORY: Community Organizations, Unions, and Service Providers To Announce Voter Registration Results and Get Out the Vote Plans

The Long Island Civic Engagement Table and Its Partners Have Registered over 5,000 Voters this Year

WHAT: Press conference to announce the results of voter registration campaign and Get Out the Vote effort.

WHO: Community, Labor, and Social Service Organizations, including: the Long Island Civic Engagement Table, Make the Road New York, Long Island Immigrant Alliance, Central American Refugee Center, NAACP, Local 338 RWDSU, Youth Enrichment Services, SEPA Mujer, Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic, Health and Welfare Council of Long Island, and Island Harvest.

WHEN: Thursday, October 18th at 11:00am

WHERE: 1090 Suffolk Avenue, Brentwood

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