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CNN: 'DREAM Act kid' seeks better future

Zoraida Sambolin profiles a 17-year-old illegal immigrant who hopes an executive order will lead to a better life.


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NY1: Almost 60K Undocumented New Yorkers Can Apply For Federal Work Visas

A door is opening Wednesday for nearly 60,000 city residents, as young undocumented immigrants will have the chance to apply for work permits for the first time without worrying about being deported. NY1's Education reporter Lindsey Christ filed the following report.

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Daily News: Young Immigrants Signing up to Stay put

With hopes set high, young undocumented immigrants across the city readied to apply for a program beginning Wednesday that promises to let them live and work without fear of deportation.

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Highlights from our campaign launch

On June 23, Make the Road New York launched the Campaign for Respect & Dignity at our 4th Annual Community Assembly.

Every year, more than 700 MRNY members from New York City and Long Island convene with elected officials at every level of government to celebrate our victories, share our policy priorities, and outline our vision for New York.

This year's assembly was especially exciting, as we celebrated President Obama's historic Executive Order that will protect almost 800,000 undocumented youth from deportation, granting them work permits and a path to their dreams.

Joining us for the campaign launch were Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez; mayoral candidates City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, City Comptroller John Liu, and Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer; as well as City Council Members Margaret Chin and Gale Brewer. Each speaker pledged to support policies that protect the dignity and respect the contributions of immigrants, workers, youth and LGBTQ New Yorkers.

See what they had to say:

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Associated Press: NYC crowd rallies for increase in minimum wage, joined by clergy, unions and politicians

NEW YORK — Workers in low-wage jobs joined with faith leaders, unions and politicians in New York City to demand better pay, benefits and working conditions.

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NY1: Low-Wage Workers March For Better Conditions

Low-wage workers marched in the streets Tuesday to demand better pay and benefits as well as more respect.

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