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    Building Power.
    Saving Lives.
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    Building Power.
    Saving Lives.

VOCAL-NY

Voices Of Community Activists & Leaders (VOCAL-NY) is a statewide grassroots membership organization that builds power among low-income people affected by HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, the drug war, homelessness, and mass incarceration in order to create healthy and just communities. We accomplish this through community organizing, leadership development, public education, direct services, participatory research and direct action.

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VOCAL-NY Annual Gala

VOCAL-NY Annual Gala

It’s been another amazing year at VOCAL-NY: Together with our partners, we passed laws to protect tenants in three-quarter houses, expanded eligibility for services for runaway homeless youth, hosted the first-in-the-country summit to end hepatitis...

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2016 VOCAL Annual Report

2016 VOCAL Annual Report

Thanks to you – our wonderful community of members, allies, and supporters – 2016 was another year of success for VOCAL-NY. Together, we expanded access to lifesaving services for over 7,000 HIV+ New Yorkers, lifted barriers to treatment for...

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VOCAL-NY Profiled by Radix Media

VOCAL-NY Profiled by Radix Media

The VOCAL NY team has been profiled by Radix Media. The profile includes an interview with Co-Executive Director Alyssa Aguilera about the work VOCAL-NY is doing in the community.

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VOCAL-NY in the Press

WAMC: National Poor People’s Campaign Representatives Rally In Albany

“Our neighborhoods are being transformed without us. The people of color and the working poor are being pushed out and priced out of their neighborhoods. Gentrification has become our new reality. We can no longer afford to live in the neighborhoods we were born in, grew up in and even worked in....

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NY Daily News: Progressive groups to outline tax plan to raise $16B for state

Progressive groups on Monday are set to push a package of new taxes on the wealthy and loophole closures they say could raise the cash-strapped state $16 billion.

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Metro: Racial disparity persists in NYC marijuana arrests

“This is something the mayor campaigned on, and while we saw a reduction, we really should’ve seen more progress with this,” said Alyssa Aguilera, co-executive director at VOCAL-NY. “The mayor and others are patting themselves on the back, but we can’t be satisfied with the mediocre progress that’s been...

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