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The Door & Broome Street Academy’s Fall Gala Wednesday, November 20, 2019Union West 547 West 28th Street New York, NY 10001 Hosted by Simon Doonan More information to follow Hope to see you there For tickets and sponsorship opportunities, click here. If you are...

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What’s Cooking at The Door for Culinary Arts Month?

In celebration of Culinary Arts Month, two of our graduating culinary interns, Brianna Torres and Christin Velaquez, talked about what it was like during the four-week culinary training program offered at The Door. During the four weeks, Bri and Chris learned how to...

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Knowledge is Power

The Fight to Save Title X “In the United States, health care is not a privilege for the fortunate few; it is a right.”  Barack Obama  Right now, the federal government is waging an aggressive attack on Title X funding, the only dedicated federal funding for...

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Joining in Justice 2019

Wednesday, April 10, 2019 6 - 8pm Gary’s Loft 28 West 36th Street, PH New York City Click here to view the invitationHONORINGCahill Gordon & Reindel LLPJPMorgan Chase & Co. *** FOR THEIR PRO BONO SERVICES Lexie KomisarGlobal Head of Strategic Partnerships...

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2018 Fall Gala Recap

The Door and Broome Street Academy came together on November 7, 2018 to celebrate our programs, partners, and the young people we work with every day at our annual fall gala. And what an evening it was. Hundreds of supporters, staff, Door members, and Broome Street...

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Meet Fvdge, the artist who inspired the Fall Gala invitation

 You may have noticed the vibrant art that’s used in the Gala invite, and on this website. It was created by Fvdge, a Broome Street Academy grad and Door member. We caught up with her between classes and workshops at The Door to find out more. Thanks for sitting down...

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How New Yorkers Can Help Immigrant Kids Now

It’s no longer a secret that since early May, the federal government has separated more than 2,300 immigrant children from their parents after crossing the Southern U.S. border. No law required the government to separate families. Terrorizing children and parents of color was one part of President Trump’s strategic plan to end immigration and energize his supporters.

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Our “This Way Ahead” Program is a National Model

The Door’s Career and Education programs are central to our comprehensive, integrated model.   One of our most successful programs is This Way Ahead, which was launched twelve years ago in partnership with Gap, Inc. It’s designed to provide teens and young adults with...

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The Door Recognized in City Limits Article

Recent changes in New York City have eroded several of the practices and provisions designed to help children connect with nonprofit and pro bono attorneys inside the courthouse. The New York City immigration court hosts the most juvenile deportation proceedings in...

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DA Vance Announces $1.8M for The Door for Foster Youth

Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., today announced the investment of $3,750,000 to enhance and expand innovative programs for youth who are transitioning out of the foster care system. The three-year grants awarded to The Door and Graham Windham are expected to serve approximately 500 New Yorkers ages 16- to 24-years-old each year.

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Breaking Op-ed: CEO Weighs in on DACA

The New York Daily News has published a response from our Chief Executive Officer Eric Weingartner on yesterday's announcement by Attorney General Jeff Sessions that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) would be rescinded after a six month waiting period....

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