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NPR All Things Considered Speaks with ASC Staff on 2020 Census

NPR All Things Considered stopped by ASC to hear African Services staff opinions on the 2020 census. 

"Are people willing to answer that question given the current anti-immigrant sentiment? That I can't tell," says Mulusew Bekele, the Director of Program Operations at African Services Commitee, who is Ethiopian-American. 

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After Five Years, Nutrition Program Team Serves Last Lunch to Clients

Smiles on the faces of the ASC nutrition program team belie an underlying sadness as the last lunch was served to nutrition program participants before the program ended after five years, and nearly 100,000 meals were served to hundreds of families. 

Read more: After Five Years, Nutrition Program Team Serves Last Lunch to Clients

ASC Hosts Dance Fitness & Boot Camp - Shape Up NYC Exercise Classes

ASC is thrilled to be hosting two FREE Shape Up NYC exercise courses! Fitness instructor, Beverly Brown's Shape Up NYC Dance Fitness exercise class at African Services Committee is free and open to the public every Wednesday at 6:30 pm and instructor Tobi Abegunde holds Boot Camp at ASC every Friday at 6 pm! Join us on ASC's 3rd floor. ALL WELCOME

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ASC Awarded NYIC 'Member of the Year'

African Services Committee was named  "Member of the Year" alongside a number of champion supporters of immigrant communities in the United States, including Joyce Chang, Josefina Vázquez Mota and Suzette Brooks Masters, at the New York Immigration Coalition's 2016 Gala, on May 24th at Capitale NY.

More than four hundred individuals representing community organizations, labor groups, faith organizations, businesses, and government gathered to celebrate at the elegant venue on Manhattan's Lower East Side. 

Read more: ASC Awarded NYIC 'Member of the Year'

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