New Immigrant Community Empowerment (NICE) has teamed up with the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP), designer Caroline Oh, and the Rockefeller Foundation to develop the “No Me Han Pagado/I haven’t been paid,”a unique resource booklet by and for New York day laborers who are experiencing and fighting against wage theft. To read more about the project visit: http://welcometocup.org/Projects/PublicAccessDesign/NoMeHanPagado
Join us to celebrate this wonderful new resource in a launch event, co-presented with the Queens Museum!
“¢ Get your own copy of “No Me Han Pagado”! (for sale)
“¢ Learn about our work against unpaid wages!
“¢ Connect with others fighting for worker’s rights!
“¢ Enjoy a complimentary beverage and snacks with suggested donation of $5-$30
Tuesday, May 6th, 6:00 “ 9:00 PM
Outten and Golden LLP
3 Park Ave, New York, NY
(between 34th St. and 33rd St.)
4, 6 to 33 St
B D F M N Q R to 34 St. (Herald Sq)
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New Immigrant Community Empowerment (NICE) is a community-based, non-profit organization that works to ensure that new immigrants can build social, political and economic power in their communities and beyond.
Caroline Oh is a designer and educator interested in creating delightful interactive tools for storytelling, learning and play. She holds an MFA from CalArts and lives in NYC.
Public Access Design is a program of the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP). Public Access Design projects use design to make complex urban issues accessible to the New Yorkers most affected by them.
Support for this project was provided by The Rockefeller Foundation’s NYC Cultural Innovation Fund; and public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. Book Launch co-sponsored by the Queens Museum.
Caracol Interpreters Collaborative, David Colodny, Christine Gaspar, Sam Holleran, Raj Kottamasu, Diana Marin, Nadia Marin-Molina, Valeria Mogilevich, Chrystian Rodriguez
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