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Region: New York

Center for Family Life

Center for Family Life, a program of SCO Family of Services, is a neighborhood-based family and social services organization with deep roots in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.   https://sco.org/featured-programs/center-for-family-life/

Damayan Migrant Workers Association

Damayan empowers low-wage workers to fight for their labor, health, gender, and immigrant rights. Established in 2002, our purpose is to build leadership at the grassroots level to eliminate labor trafficking, fight labor fraud and wage theft, and to demand fair labor standards to achieve economic and social justice.   http://www.damayanmigrants.org

Make the Road New York

Make the Road by Walking New York provides survival services, transformative education, and engages in community organizing and policy innovation.

Maple Street School

The Maple Street School is a preschool that inspires children through play and discovery, values a diverse community, and relies on the active participation of cooperative-member families and teachers to thrive.   http://www.maplestreetschool.org

Nannybee Nanny Cooperative

Nannybee is Manhattan’s only childcare service owned and runned by nannies.    https://nannybee.coop/

Carroll Gardens Association

Our mission is to foster a community where residents and families of all income levels in Southwest Brooklyn’s neighborhoods can live, work, and thrive. Carroll Gardens Association, Inc. fulfills this mission by preserving and developing affordable housing, enforcing quality housing management practices, promoting small business economic development, and providing and linking residents to social services

Adhikaar

Adhikaar, meaning rights, is a New York-based nonprofit organizing Nepali-speaking community to promote human rights and social justice for all.   http://www.adhikaar.org

Laura Wernick, PhD, LMSW, MPA

Laura is a professor of social work at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Social Service. A former community organizer, their research explores and examines innovative transformative and healing justice organizing models. Laura is a parent, an employer of a childcare worker, and has been actively involved in HIH’s participatory action research project.

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