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NYLAG Attorney Interviewed on Serving Ukrainian Immigrants

Isabel Danzis
WFUV

Earlier this summer, the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs announced a new initiative to help displaced Ukrainians settle in New York City. WFUV’s Isabel Danzis spoke with Commissioner Manuel Castro and Jodi Ziesemer of New York Legal Assistance Group about the recent influx of displaced Ukrainians in the city.

Click here to listen to the piece.

Originally published in WFUV on August 12, 2022. 

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