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Know Your Rights
Source: City & State NY
Subject: Workplace Justice
Type: Media Coverage

The 2022 New York State Labor Power 100

Make the Road New York made a remarkable transition last year by passing the baton to three new co-executive directors. Each brings a set of unique experiences. Jose Lopez is a policy expert on housing and renters’ rights; Arlenis Morel led the effort to build out the organization’s office infrastructure; and Theo Oshiro expanded its reach into Westchester and New Jersey. Despite the U.S. Senate parliamentarian ruling in September against a provision to include a pathway for citizenship for immigrants in the Build Back Better Act, Lopez said that Make the Road New York remained optimistic about ultimately achieving that goal.