CIDNY was disheartened to hear the United States Supreme Court’s decision to end the federal eviction moratorium during a pandemic. The pandemic is not over. The housing crisis is not over. People with disabilities are disproportionately affected by housing issues, income equality, and employment. As the Delta variant spreads and we move into the fall …

CIDNY applauds the United States House of Representatives on passing the John Lewis Voting Rights Act. For far too long, people with disabilities, along with other groups, have been discriminated against and faced barriers to voting. Every eligible voter should have the ability to easily cast their votes and have the confidence that their vote …

Center for Independence of the Disabled, New York Announces Retirement of Executive Director Susan M. Dooha and the Appointment of Dr. Sharon M. McLennon-Wier as CIDNY’s New Executive Director
New York, NY, July 06, 2021 – The Center for Independence of the Disabled, New York (CIDNY) announced that Susan M. Dooha, J.D., is stepping down after …

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