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Winter Storm Advisory: Closure on 2/1-2/2

Winter Storm Advisory: Closure on 2/1-2/2

A major nor'easter will bring significant snowfall to our region for the next 24 hours. Following the lead of the City of New York, we will close our buildings while shifting our operations remotely. Contact program staff with any questions by visiting our resources...

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Support NYC Youth This Holiday Season

Support NYC Youth This Holiday Season

The holiday season is a time to give back. When you purchase an item through The Door's Amazon Wishlist, you’re helping NYC’s young people stay warm, get connected, and feel supported. Click here or the image below to view our Amazon Wishlist.

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Winter Storm Advisory: Early Closure on 12/16

Winter Storm Advisory: Early Closure on 12/16

We’re adjusting our hours today and tomorrow in advance of a winter storm that should bring significant snowfall. 555 Broome Street and the Bronx Youth Center will both close at 4 pm today, and will resume service tomorrow, December 17 at 11 am. All virtual...

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University Settlement and The Door will Operate Independently

University Settlement and The Door will Operate Independently

November 6, 2020 - University Settlement and The Door have jointly agreed to end their legal partnership of twenty years and will begin operating independently from one another in 2021, the organizations’ boards announced today. “After two decades of effective...

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The Door & Broome Street Academy’s Virtual Fall Gala

The Door & Broome Street Academy’s Virtual Fall Gala

We will never let up on pushing for a better future for our young people. With that in mind, work is underway for a virtual Fall Gala benefiting The Door and Broome Street Academy. This year we will be celebrating on Tuesday, November 17 with a unique online event...

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How 2 New York Schools Became Models for Coping in a Pandemic

How 2 New York Schools Became Models for Coping in a Pandemic

Vulnerable children need creative solutions, educators say: “The entire system has missed something if they don’t rethink what the fall semester looks like.” Jessica Nauiokas, principal of Mott Haven Academy in the Bronx, packed food to distribute.Credit…Amr...

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The Door is Recruiting for a Chief Executive Officer

The Door is Recruiting for a Chief Executive Officer

The Door is recruiting for a Chief Executive Officer! We've partnered with Sandler Search and we're looking for a leader that has an unwavering commitment to The Door's mission and values, a passion for racial equity and social justice, and strong leadership...

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Calling for Justice for George Floyd

Calling for Justice for George Floyd

As a community, The Door – inclusive of our frontline staff, our management, and our board – affirms that #BlackLivesMatter and stands with all who are speaking out against institutional racism, even as more and more Americans awaken to the reality that Black...

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The Door Advocates for Asylum Seekers on Fox5

The Door Advocates for Asylum Seekers on Fox5

Hannah Flamm, Managing Attorney of The Door’s Legal Services Center’s Detained Minors Project, spoke with Fox5 about the current situation for asylum seekers during the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the full interview below or here on Fox5.

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The Door’s Legal Services Center Featured on MSNBC

The Door’s Legal Services Center Featured on MSNBC

Over the weekend, Hannah Flamm, Managing Attorney of The Door's Legal Services Center's Detained Minors Project, shared her experience helping to prevent a midnight deportation on MSNBC with Chris Jansing. Click here to watch the full interview.

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Bronx Youth Center Featured on BronxNet

Bronx Youth Center Featured on BronxNet

Elizabeth Hoagland, our Executive Director of The Door's Bronx Youth Center, talks with the Open 2.0 crew about The Door and how we've been affected by COVID-19 and provides tips and advice for Bronx Youth. The Door is now virtually offering its programs and services...

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Virus spurs unexpected test for US schools: Online learning

Virus spurs unexpected test for US schools: Online learning

By JENNIFER PELTZ | Published on March 23, 2020 Anna Louisa, 18, receives her school laptop for home study at the Lower East Side Preparatory School, Thursday, March 19, 2020, in New York, as coronavirus restrictions shuttered classrooms throughout the city. New York...

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