English in Mind Institute (EIM) is a nonprofit based in Port-au-Prince that offers adult English-language programs. The nonprofit is “Haitian led, Haitian taught, and Haitian administered operation.” EIM offers biweekly classes to over 190 students and follow a Cambridge University English syllabus complete with internationally recognized exams. To help raise funds for their most recent…
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By Farah Louis
Last week, New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito alongside her colleagues and bill sponsors, Council Member Daniel Dromm and Council Member Carlos Menchaca, held a press conference at the Grand Army Plaza Brooklyn Public Library where they launched the IDNYC municipal identification program and signed up for their ID cards.
IDNYC is an opportunity for New York City residents to get access to city services, regardless of immigration status. The IDNYC card is a fundamental step to providing New Yorkers with a sense of equality and opportunity.