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Community Calendar

2012

July

Thursday

12

Community Affairs Presentation at CUNY Law School

CUNY Law School

Lee Llambelis, the Special Assistant District Attorney for Community at the New York County District Attorney’s Office, visits the CUNY Law School. She will speak to high school students in the Law School’s High School Law Academy at the Center on Latino and Latina Rights and Equality (CLORE). 

Saturday

14

Community Resource Day for African Immigrant Community

Harlem

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, the Senegalese Association of America, and th NYPD host a community resource day for members of the African immigrant community in Manhattan. The purpose of the event is to provide information and resources to the immigrant community and a day of fun event for families and kids. The event would take place in Harlem on St. Nicholas Avenue, between West 116thand 117thStreet. For more information contact Famod Konneh at the Community Affairs Unit: (212) 335-9082 .    

Wednesday

18

Elder Abuse Presentation at Hartley Houses

Hell's Kitchen

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office will host an Elder Abuse presentation for senior-companion volunteers for Henry Street Settlement at the Hartley House in the Hell’s Kitchen area of Manhattan. For more information contact Edgar Yu at the Community Affairs Unit: (212) 335-9082.

Tuesday

24

Manhattan District Attorney’s Office Participates in the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of 3333 Broadway Play Street

3333 Broadway, Harlem

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office will participate in the ribbon cutting ceremony of a Play Street at 3333 Broadway. The ribbon cutting ceremony would take place in the Courtyard of IS 195 in Harlem.  

Sunday

29

New York County District Attorney’s Office Immigrant Affairs Program Leads a Deferred Action Fraud Prevention Seminar

St. Patrick's Old Cathedral, Chinatown

Manhattan District Attorney’s Office Immigrant Affairs Program, along with the Asian American Bar Association of New York (AABANY) host a Deferred Action Fraud Prevention Seminar for the Chinatown community at the St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral located at 268 Mulberry Street. The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office’s Immigrant Affairs Program (IAP), the Asian American Bar Association of New York, and Catholic Charities leads the seminar for immigrants in Chinatown to provide education on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and tools to prevent becoming a victim of a Deferred Action fraud.  

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