Volunteers with Chhaya help get out the vote for New York’s South Asian community.
A look at candidate preferences among the South Asian community.
Queens, NY— Chhaya CDC’s Seventh Annual Home Buyer Fair was held on Saturday, April 9th 2016, in Jackson Heights, attracting over 300 prospective homebuyers. Co-sponsored by Councilmember Daniel Dromm and Senator Jose Peralta, the fair connected community members, many of whom are new immigrants, with the resources and knowledge to fulfill one of their life […]
NEW YORK, NY – On Thursday, February 25th from 4pm – 7pm, Chhaya CDC, Woodside on the Move, and Asian Americans for Equality will hold a rally and press conference to discuss alleged tenant issues with Zara Realty. The rally will take place outside 88-25 148th Street, Jamaica, Queens. Tenants will offer testimonials and demand justice and fair […]
Chhaya — along with countless organizations, volunteers, and celebrities from around the country — will “hit the streets” on September 22, 2015, for National Voter Registration Day. This single day of coordinated ﬁeld, technology and media efforts will create national awareness of voter registration opportunities and is expected to reach tens of thousands of voters.
The 5th annual Chatpati Mela took place on Saturday, August 22nd, 2015 from 2PM–8PM at Play Street/Pedestrian Plaza.
The event attracted over 3,000 people and featured cultural performances, neighborhood leadership awards, South Asian snacks, Henna tattoo artists, paani puri eating contest, art activities for kids, open mic, raffle, and much more!
Chhaya CDC’s Annual Report for 2014 has just been released. Check out the work we have done over the course of the year and our achievements in each of our program areas. Chhaya CDC impacts real lives and shapes public dialogue among South Asians in our city. Our Annual Report reflects these activities and we […]
After months of gathering and compiling input from Jackson Heights community members on what they want to see in a redesigned Diversity Plaza, a design team at the city Department of Transportation presented their ideas at an unveiling at the oft-used public space. Read more here.
City’s Open Data portal used to map the last five years of 311 complaints about illegal conversions, and the numbers illustrate what longtime New Yorkers already know: the majority of illegal apartments occupy homes in densely populated, working class areas with growing numbers of recent immigrants. Read more here. To learn more about the BASE campaign, check out the […]