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Hudson Valley Justice Center https://hvjc.org Fri, 04 Aug 2017 22:23:26 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.1 UNDER RE-DEVELOPMENT https://hvjc.org/under-re-development/ https://hvjc.org/under-re-development/#respond Fri, 04 Aug 2017 22:06:06 +0000 https://hvjc.org/?p=1247 UNDER RE-DEVELOPMENT

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE WHILE WE COMPLETE THIS PROJECT

CONTACT US AS FOLLOWS:

ROBERT MCCREANOR, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
914 308 3490
RMCCREANOR@HVJC.ORG

STEVE VELASQUEZ, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
914 308 3490
SVELASQUEZ@HVJC.ORG

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE WHILE WE COMPLETE THIS PROJECT

CONTACT US AS FOLLOWS:

ROBERT MCCREANOR, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
914 308 3490
RMCCREANOR@HVJC.ORG

STEVE VELASQUEZ, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
914 308 3490
SVELASQUEZ@HVJC.ORG

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Fight Wage Theft https://hvjc.org/fight-wage-theft/ https://hvjc.org/fight-wage-theft/#respond Fri, 04 Aug 2017 20:56:24 +0000 https://hvjc.org/?p=1222 Hudson Valley Justice and Westchester Labor Alliance Fight Wage Theft

 

Westchester Labor Alliance is the coming together of five grassroots non-profit “worker centers”, each serving the low-wage immigrant worker communities in Westchester.  The Alliance member organizations are Don Bosco Workers Center, Catholic Charities Obreros UnidosUnited Community Center of Westchester, Community Resource Center and Neighbors Link.  

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Our Model https://hvjc.org/our-model/ https://hvjc.org/our-model/#respond Fri, 04 Aug 2017 20:52:11 +0000 https://hvjc.org/?p=1220 We aim to have greater relevance and impact in our work through the guidance of our partners in identifying program priorities and by supporting leadership development, power building and the advancement of issue campaigns. 

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Robert McCreanor https://hvjc.org/we-would-like-to-welcome-our-new-executive-director-robert-mccreanor-to-the-hvjc-team/ https://hvjc.org/we-would-like-to-welcome-our-new-executive-director-robert-mccreanor-to-the-hvjc-team/#respond Fri, 04 Aug 2017 17:27:44 +0000 https://hvjc.org/?p=1197 We would like to welcome our new Executive Director Robert McCreanor to the HVJC team

 

Robert McCreanor is an attorney with more than 15 years legal practice experience, including over a decade of managing non-profit public interest organizations and civil legal services programs. He previously served as founding executive director of the Rhode Island Center for Justice and the legal director of Catholic Migration Services, a leading provider of non-profit legal assistance to immigrants and refugees in Brooklyn and Queens, NY. Rob has represented individuals and groups in housing, employment, consumer and immigration matters, frequently in close partnership with grassroots community organizing campaigns, and has served as lead counsel in class and collective actions, large multi-plaintiff cases and impact oriented legal advocacy initiatives. He has instructed law school clinical programs and taught Poverty Law. Rob also served as an Assistant District Attorney in a trial bureau of the New York County District Attorney’s Office and as a litigation associate at the law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, LLP.

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At 04 hours 10 minutes, ship time, the Niccola was well inside the Theta Gisol solar system. She had previously secured excellent evidence that this was not the home of the Plumie civilization. There was no tuned radiation. There was no evidence of interplanetary travel—rockets would be more than obvious, and a magnetronic drive had a highly characteristic radiation-pattern—so the real purpose of the Niccola’s voyage would not be accomplished here. She wouldn’t find out where Plumies came from.

There might, though, be one or more of those singular, conical, hollow-topped cairns sheltering silicon-bronze plates, which constituted the evidence that Plumies existed. The Niccola went sunward toward the inner planets to see. Such cairns had been found on conspicuous landmarks on oxygen-type planets over a range of some twelve hundred light-years. By the vegetation about them, some were a century old. On the same evidence, others had been erected only months or weeks or even days before a human Space Survey ship arrived to discover them. And the situation was unpromising. It wasn’t likely that the galaxy was big enough to hold two races of rational beings capable of space travel. Back on ancient Earth, a planet had been too small to hold two races with tools and fire. Historically, that problem was settled when Homo sapiens exterminated Homo neanderthalis. It appeared that the same situation had arisen in space. There were humans, and there were Plumies. Both had interstellar ships. To humans, the fact was alarming. The need for knowledge, and the danger that Plumies might know more first, and thereby be able to exterminate humanity, was appalling.

Therefore the Niccola. She drove on sunward. She had left one frozen outer planet far behind. She had crossed the orbits of three others. The last of these was a gas giant with innumerable moonlets revolving about it. It was now some thirty millions of miles back and twenty to one side. The sun, ahead, flared and flamed in emptiness against that expanse of tinted stars.

Jon Baird worked steadily in the Niccola’s radar room. He was one of those who hoped that the Plumies would not prove to be the natural enemies of mankind. Now, it looked like this ship wouldn’t find out in this solar system. There were plenty of other ships on the hunt. From here on, it looked like routine to the next unvisited family of planets. But meanwhile he worked. Opposite him, Diane Holt worked as steadily, her dark head bent intently over a radar graph in formation. The immediate job was the completion of a map of the meteor swarms following cometary orbits about this sun. They interlaced emptiness with hazards to navigation, and nobody would try to drive through a solar system without such a map.

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