As an organization for African immigrants in America, invisibility is one of the biggest challenges ACT confronts.

Our community's issues- unfair immigration laws, poor jobs, lack of access to services- are often overlooked by policy makers. That's why we are so pleased and proud of this recent article in the NY Times, which featured ACT staff, volunteers, and board members, and profiled our work to expand language access to services for African immigrants in New York.

In the year to come, ACT will continue our work for community access: releasing the results of our Language Access community survey, advocating for government services to be provided in French and African languages, and training African Community Interpreters.

And we'll continue our work for fair immigration reform and good jobs.

But we can't do it without your support. Will you make a donation to keep our work moving forward?

Thanks for your support. Together, we will keep making headlines- and making change for our community.

Amaha Kassa

Executive Director