Estudiantes latinos y negros exigen igualdad en deportes en escuelas de NYC
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Los estudiantes latinos y negros de las escuelas públicas de la ciudad de Nueva York están siendo discriminados en asuntos deportivos. No solo se les está negando el derecho a acceder de manera igualitaria a actividades deportivas y recursos para desarrollarse físicamente, sino que 17,000 jóvenesde secundaria no participan en ningún equipo de ninguna disciplina.

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Public school students advocate for equal access to school sports
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Black and Latino public high school students are demanding equity in access to school sports for all students.

The students are planning to gather Tuesday, Dec. 11, with civil rights advocates, New York Lawyers for the Public Interest and The Fair Play Coalition, as well as City Council Member Antonio Reynoso.

Read more here.

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nycASID Real Talk 2018: School Integration in New York City

nycASId Real Talk 2018 was held in Brooklyn and included parent testimonials and a panel discussion on school integration in New York City.

MC: Faraji Hanna- Jones

Welcome: Ayanna Behin & NeQuan C. McLean

Parent Testimonials: Tiara Puglisi (PS 307), Lurie Daniel Favors, Esq. (Brighter Choice Community School & Medgar Evers College Prep), Rev. Adriene Thorne (PS 8)

Panel Discussion: Iman Abdul (INYC), Nikole Hannah-Jones, Leanne Nunes (INYC), Sam Rosaldo (Moderator)

Remarks: Brad Lander

Closing: Sadye L. Compoamor

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Urban Omnibus: Our Fair City
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In his second term, Mayor Bill de Blasio has emphasized “fairness” in policies ranging from law enforcement to school desegregation to public health. IntegrateNYC is working as collaborators for the Where We Live fair housing task force to help foster housing equity and school equity. Read more here.

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Manhattan Times: Clase de cultura
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As student advocate for IntegrateNYC, Iman Abdul shares how the 2016 election not only impacted her, but her education environment and why she chose to join IntegrateNYC to advocate for equity and greater representation in schools. Read more here.

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