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• Immigration and Naturalization Service

• The New York City Mayor's Office Of Immigrant Affairs and Language Services

• Citizenship NYC

• New York Immigration Hotline

• National Immigration Forum

• Genealogical Resources in the New York Metropolitan Area


• ACLU Immigrants Rights Project

• America Immigration Lawyers Association and the American Immigration Law Foundation

• Lesbian and Gay Immigration Rights Task Force

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• Archdiocese of New York Immigrant and Refugee Services

• Asian American Federation of New York

• Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society

• New York Alliance for New Americans

• The New York Immigration Coalition

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• Alianza Dominicana

• American-Bangladeshi Friendship Association

• Asian Americans for Equality

• Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund


• Chinese Progressive Association

• Emerald Isle Immigration Center of New York

• Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York

• National Association of Korean Americans

• National Coalition for Haitian Rights


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Letter to Editor
Southern Brooklyn Housing Struggle

From Russian Forward
May 24- 30, 2002

Beginning in mid-January, your paper (Russian Froward), published articles about the lottery of apartments in the subsidized housing units "Amalgamated Warbasse Houses." A month before that all the residents received letters from the management and directors about the privatization of Warbasse.

Later, we received more documents about this. In April we were invited to a gathering at Abraham Lincoln High school to ask questions about the privatization and the transition from the Mitchell Lama program.

Even those who know some English, could not understand anything. What is there to say about the older immigrants who do not speak any English. After all this is a serious question. But the management, as we say is behind seven locks, and it's impossible to talk to anyone. Please help us.

Translated from Russian by Rosanna Roizin 

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