The Chief LeaderKiana Davis, a benefits advocate at SNP, discusses the de Blasio administration's use of misleading data to support their closing of an East Harlem snap center. “We think the city has made some misleading statements justifying the closure,” she said during a phone interview. “And we find their statistics highly problematic.”
Apple PodcastsIn this episode, Chelsea Clinton speaks with Katie Sgarro who is helping LGBTQ+ asylum seekers find safe, immigrant-friendly services though her organization, AsylumConnect.
PatchKiana Davis, our benefits advocate at SNP, speaks with Patch.com about the closure of Central Harlem's food stamp office and its negative effect on the most vulnerable benefits recipients.
Watch NowThis' video about our work. As our co-founders say, "We really want LGBTQ asylum seekers to know that they belong and that there are people in the United States and beyond that care about them, and that really respect their right to live authentically."