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Community Voices Heard is a member organization of low-income people, predominantly women with experience on welfare, building power in New York City and State to improve the lives of our families and communities.

 

 

 

East Harlem Neighborhood Planning & Rezoning

The CVH East Harlem Hub is focused on ensuring that long-time residents of East Harlem/ El Barrio are able to continue to reside in, assist in defining, and actively participate in, critical decision-making processes in their community as they evolve. The project brings together low- and moderate income people and aims to address all issues that affect the community such as housing, workforce development, job creation, and anything that is essential of a vibrant and thriving community.

Bake (and/or Eat) A Cake for Change!

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We are letting everyone eat cake at Community Voices Heard's Cake for Change Fundraiser, held by our Westchester Chapter!

The event will be held on:

Saturday, September 12, 2015
at
7PM 


YWCA
87 S. Broadway
Yonkers, NY 10701


Individual tickets:$10
Family of 3: $35
CVH Dues-Paying Members:  $10

CVH 20th Anniversary Shirley Chisholm Lights of Freedom Event - September 28th

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Community voices heard 20th Anniversary

 

Honorable Shirley Chisholm Lights of Freedom Awards

 

Apply for Community Voices Heard’s NYIC VISTA Position TODAY!

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Apply for Community Voices Heard’s NYIC VISTA Position TODAY!
 
 
Do you want to help end immigrant poverty? Develop valuable nonprofit skills and experiences? Give back to the community?

Low-Wage Workers are Tired of Being Ignored - Trabajadores de Bajos Sueldas Están Hartos de Estar Ignorados

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ESPAÑOL ABAJO

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Juanita Lewis  914-519-8588; Juanita@CVHaction.org

COMMUNITY VOICES HEARD MEMBERS MAKE LIFE UNPLEASANT FOR MT PLEASANT RESIDENTS
Low-Wage Workers are Tired of Being Ignored by County Executive, Rob Astorino

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