Press & Resources | ARCHIVE: November 2015


Impaired vision has kept Cimeron DuBose from working for nearly 20 years. The days could be tedious, but they were also filled with purpose.

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For the past couple of years, Ms. Jackson, a single mother, has been adding to her daily routine. She catches up on reading and homework while commuting or during lunch. At 41, she is a student at the College of New Rochelle and has one semester remaining in the undergraduate communications program.

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Julio Mattos, 15, trains at World Class Boxing Gym in the Bronx, where he has found a positive outlet for his anger over being bullied at school.

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For Sonya Ortiz, being a soloist in Martha Graham’s dance company for teenagers and dancing at Radio City Music Hall for the Garden of Dreams Foundation were milestones, but her greatest achievement was getting into college. Ms. Ortiz has been homeless since she was 3.

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