2022 年移民传统周

Graphic that reads "Immigrant New York: Rebuilding Together" at the top and features graphics of immigrant New Yorkers from various professions standing within and over the NYC skyline. From left to right: An adolescent man in a wheelchair, a LatinX construction worker, a nurse holding a syringe, a delivery worker riding a bike, a shop clerk, a woman holding cleaning equipment, and an elderly woman. The text at the bottom reads "Immigrant Heritage Week 2022"

Originally started in 2004, Immigrant Heritage Week (IHW) is a week-long celebration during which we commemorate the legacy of April 17, 1907, the day in New York City history on which the largest number of immigrants – 11,000 – entered the U.S. through Ellis Island. In New York City, the ultimate city of immigrants, we have always known that immigrants are essential. In 2021, the city entered its second year of the COVID-19 pandemic and focused its efforts on recovery programs. While the City was slowly reopening, immigrant New Yorkers never stopped working. Representing a substantial portion of our essential workforce, immigrant New Yorkers were on the frontlines of fighting the pandemic and keeping the City running and stepped up to fill needs in our communities. Our city came to rely and continues to rely on immigrants.

During this 18th Annual IHW–Monday, April 11 through Sunday, April 17–the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) is proud to honor and celebrate the invaluable contributions of immigrant New Yorkers with our theme Immigrant New York: Rebuilding Together.

This year, IHW includes in-person and virtual events organized by community partners. We invite you to join us in celebrating our immigrant communities, honoring New York City's legacy as a city of immigrants, and engaging your communities through the events below.

We also encourage you to share out the multilingual posts and graphics in our social media toolkit.

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April 11, 2022

Street Team Outreach

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Taxi & Limousine Commission
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Staten Island Ferry Terminal (Both Manhattan and SI side)
Admission Fee: Free

TLC outreach teams will provide drivers with information about available resources from NYC WELL, ODRC, DPU, MOIA & CCHR resources.

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Street Team Outreach

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Taxi & Limousine Commission
1:00 pm- 2:30 pm
Manhattan: Sara D. Roosevelt Park (Chrystie St. & Forsyth St)
Admission Fee: Free

TLC outreach teams will provide drivers with information about available resources from NYC WELL, ODRC, DPU, MOIA & CCHR resources.

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Guqin's Musical Play-A Day of Zhang Dai

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Queens Public Library
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Admissions Fee: Free

7sArt produced Guqin's musical play "A Day of Zhang Dai" describes a Chinese essayist's daily activities, starting with the wake-up moment in the morning and displaying a scholar lifestyle during the Ming Dynasty. This play integrated substantial elements such as Guqin, Xiao, Tea, Calligraphy, Painting, Flower Arrangement, Poetry, and Literature as a whole.

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Taiwan Bingo: Taiwanese Heritage in NYC

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Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York
6:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free

In celebration of Immigrants Heritage Week, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York invites you to join our online bingo game from April 11-17 to discover elements of Taiwanese heritage throughout the city and in our everyday lives. Today, approximately 150,000 Taiwanese call the Greater New York area home, and they have brought their fair share of influence to the Big Apple! From yummy bubble tea to electronics brands, explore the city to see how many Taiwanese elements you can cross off your bingo card. Snap pictures and share them with us by messaging @TaiwanInNewYork on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Those who cross off at least one row will be eligible to enter our lucky draw and win Taiwan-themed prizes!

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Poetry Across Languages with Fady Joudah, Tomás Q. Morín, and Niina Pollari

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The New York Public Library
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free
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Join poets Fady Joudah, Tomás Q. Morín, Niina Pollari to discuss Poetry Across Languages. The poets will read from their books and discuss working in translation, the differences between translating their own work and another poet's work, and the importance of multilingual writings.

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April 12, 2022

Street Team Outreach

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Taxi & Limousine Commission
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Manhattan: Taxi/FHV Stand: 3rd Ave (between E14 St & 15 St)
Admission Fee: Free

TLC outreach teams will provide drivers with information about available resources from NYC WELL, ODRC, DPU, MOIA & CCHR resources.

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Street Team Outreach

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Taxi & Limousine Commission
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Manhattan: Taxi/FHV Stand: 10th Ave (between W 26 St and W 28th St)
Admission Fee: Free
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TLC outreach teams will provide drivers with information about available resources from NYC WELL, ODRC, DPU, MOIA & CCHR resources.


Iftar in the City

NYC Commission on Human Rights, Mayors Office of Immigrant Affairs, Office of Faith-Based and Community Partnership, Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes, Mayors Community Affairs Unit
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Admission Fee: Free

Albanian Islamic Cultural Center
307 Victory Boulevard
Staten Island, NY 10301

RSVP by emailing whassan@cchr.nyc.gov (Slots still available)

Ramadan is a holy month of worship, study of the Quran, prayer, and fasting. Ramadan occurs during the month in which Muslims believe the Quran began to be revealed to the Prophet Muhammad. It is a joyous celebration for Muslims. Fasting is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. We are delighted to invite you to Iftar in the City 2022, a festive dinner celebration that will bring together NYC's diverse communities during the month of Ramadan. We'll join Muslim New Yorkers and attendees from every faith and walks of life as they break their daily fast and break bread together. A delicious dinner menu and accommodations will be provided for those who are observing the sunset prayer.

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The Empty Chair: A Holiday Conversation About Missing Those We Love

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Museum at Eldridge Street
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free
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Join Rabbi Andy Bachman, Executive Director of JCP, Elsa Obus, M.S., grief counselor, and Stephanie Garry, Executive Vice President of Plaza Jewish Community Chapel, for an intimate discussion related to Passover.

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In Conversation | En Conversación: Mayra Santos-Febres

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The New York Public Library
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free
Register for the April 12th In Conversation event

Únase a la Biblioteca mientras le damos la bienvenida a la poeta, escritora de ficción, académica y autora ganadora de múltiples premios Mayra Santos-Febres en una conversación en español. Obtenga más información sobre su proceso de escritura para todo, desde ensayos cortos, poesía y novelas, influencias de su familia y crianza en Puerto Rico, y su ascenso a la escena literaria internacional.

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April 13, 2022

Immigrant Heritage Week: Bilingual Author Talk with Rodrigo Fuentes

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Brooklyn Public Library
11:00 AM - 12:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free
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Celebrate Immigrant Heritage Week with the Brooklyn Public Library and Guatemalan author Rodrigo Fuentes, whose collection Trout, Belly Up was short-listed for the most prestigious short-story award in Latin America.

Fuentes will talk about his life across two "Americas," telling stories of some of the people and places that have shaped his work.\

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The Immigrant Experience: 1922-2022

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Queens Public Library
7:00 pm - 8:30:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free

How has the experience of immigrants entering the United States and settling in New York City changed over the past century? Join Deputy Director in the National Political Advocacy Department at the American Civil Liberties Union, Anu Joshi, and writer and artist Carole Turban in a conversation moderated by Queens Memory Director Natalie Milbrodt to discuss what has changed, and what hasn't. They will share the demographic, economic and legal shifts we have seen over time as well as exploring some of the vital support networks that operate in much the same way today that they did a century ago. Watch at facebook.com/queensmemory.

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American Music in a Changing America

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
7:30:00 pm – 9:00 P.M.
Atrium's entrance on Broadway, between 62nd and 63rd Street. Seating and entry are first-come, first-served basis.

Generation after generation, America's changing population has changed its musical landscape. Join us for a conversation that explores the diversity of Latin music and culture, and how these rhythms and traditions have been integral to American music from its historical roots to the present day. Moderated by Julyssa Lopez. Panelists include Linda Briceño, Carlos Chirinos, Jaime Lozano, and Sofia Rei who will share their musical influences, talk about how cross-cultural experiences have shaped their artistry, and consider how Latin culture is represented in the American music industry through a critical lens. An open dialogue on how the global exchange of art and culture continues to expand and define the American songbook.

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Vaccinations, Boosters & Face Coverings
All guests will be required to provide proof that the final dose of their primary COVID-19 vaccination series was administered at least 14 days before entry. For greater detail, please click here. Guests are encouraged but not required to receive a COVID-19 booster if eligible–based on eligibility determined by the CDC. Additionally, all guests are required to wear a face covering at all times except when actively eating or drinking. At this time, children under 5 will not be admitted. We look forward to welcoming them as vaccination requirements allow. Please stay home if you don't feel well, have exhibited symptoms of COVID-19 in the past 10 days, have tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 10 days, or been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the past 10 days.

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In Conversation | 김언수(Un-su Kim) 작가와의 대화

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The New York Public Library
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free
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문학동네소설상 수상작인 <캐비닛>과 <설계자>, <잽>, <뜨거운 피>의 작가인 김언수 작가와의 대화에 참여하셔서 작가님을 함께 환영해주세요. 작가님의 소설 집필 과정과 작품들이 성공적으로 국제 문학계로 진출하는 과정들에 대해서 함께 알아볼 기회가 될 것입니다.

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April 14, 2022

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Resource Fair

Taxi & Limousine Commission
10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Admission Fee: Free
Korean Community Services (KCS)
203-05 32nd Avenue
Bayside, NY 11361

A celebration of the diverse heritage of TLC licensees with food. Staff will assist drivers with any TLC questions or concerns they have and provide information about city resources/programming.

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Italian Storytime: Exploring Emotions

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Brooklyn Public Library
11:00 AM - 11:45:00 AM
Admission Fee: Free
Italian Storytime: Exploring Emotions
Join us as we explore emotions through stories, games, and activities.

Storiella italiana: Emozioni da esplorare
Vieni con noi ad esplorare emozioni attraverso storie, giochi e attività.

Join BPL to celebrate Immigrant Heritage with Italian Storytime! We will explore emotions through stories, games, and activities, and will share the program on April 14th at 11am on BPL's Facebook page

This pre-recorded program will air at 11:00am on the BPL Facebook page.

The Everyone is Welcome Here world language series is provided through the generous support of Apple Bank, celebrating over 25 years in Brooklyn and over 155 years of neighborhood banking in greater New York. Visit applebank.com for more information.

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Edmar Castañeda Quartet's Family

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
7:30:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free Seating and entry are first-come, first-served; the line will form at the Atrium's entrance on Broadway, between 62nd and 63rd Street.

Colombian musician and composer Edmar Castañeda, one of the leaders of the next generation of harp players, quickly corrects such presumptions with an intoxicatingly fluid, impossibly intricate and swinging performance style apt to spark dance and shouts of joy. Inspired equally from the joropo folk of his Bogotá roots and from his love for contemporary and Latin jazz, spiced with excursions into experimentalism and pop.

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Vaccinations, Boosters & Face Coverings
All guests will be required to provide proof that the final dose of their primary COVID-19 vaccination series was administered at least 14 days before entry. For greater detail, please click here. Guests are encouraged but not required to receive a COVID-19 booster if eligible–based on eligibility determined by the CDC. Additionally, all guests are required to wear a face covering at all times except when actively eating or drinking. At this time, children under 5 will not be admitted. We look forward to welcoming them as vaccination requirements allow. Please stay home if you don't feel well, have exhibited symptoms of COVID-19 in the past 10 days, have tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 10 days, or been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the past 10 days.

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Cultures in Translation with Jean Kwok, Etgar Keret, and Ingrid Rojas Contreras

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The New York Public Library
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free
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Join the Library as we welcome Jean Kwok, Etgar Keret, and Ingrid Rojas Contreras in the panel "Cultures in Translation," to discuss their experiences writing about their cultures for a diverse audience, the challenges that arise when trying to aptly portray their home country and culture, and more.

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April 16, 2022

Los 3 Cochinitos/The 3 Little Pigs Bilingual Puppetshow

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Brooklyn Public Library
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free

Washington Irving branch of the Brooklyn Public Library and The Cultural Immigrant Initiative present to our youngest patrons Repertorio Español Theatre who will be performing a bilingual puppet show, Los 3 cochinitos/The 3 Little Pigs. The show is very interactive with a positive message for youngsters about not giving up and working together. (Suitable for ages 4 - 9)

Afterwards, Repertorio Theatre will provide materials for a puppet-making workshop. The show runs about 35 minutes and the workshop is about the same length.

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American Songbook: Kiran Ahluwalia

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
7:30:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, 10th floor of the Rose Building
Tickets are available on a Choose What You Pay basis, with a minimum of $5.00. We offer a suggested ticket price of $35.00, as well as options to pay more or less. Help us make the arts more accessible to all by choosing the price that you are able to pay. Service and facility fees have been waived.

Born in India, raised in Canada, and based out of New York City, the multiple JUNO Award-winning singer and composer Kiran Ahluwalia's globetrotting background reflects the adventurous polyglot spirit of her music. An acclaimed musician with roots in Indian classical, Sufi, Ghazal, and Punjabi folk music, Ahluwalia's free-ranging artistic curiosity can be clearly heard in her newest album, 7 Billion, a travelogue overflowing with the sounds of West African Blues, contemporary jazz, and American R&B. Supported by a five-piece ensemble led by her musical and life partner, the award- winning guitarist Rez Abbasi, Ahluwalia's live shows are entertaining explorations across her creative world.

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Vaccinations, Boosters & Face Coverings
All guests will be required to provide proof that the final dose of their primary COVID-19 vaccination series was administered at least 14 days before entry. For greater detail, please click here. Guests are encouraged but not required to receive a COVID-19 booster if eligible–based on eligibility determined by the CDC. Additionally, all guests are required to wear a face covering at all times except when actively eating or drinking. At this time, children under 5 will not be admitted. We look forward to welcoming them as vaccination requirements allow. Please stay home if you don't feel well, have exhibited symptoms of COVID-19 in the past 10 days, have tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 10 days, or been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the past 10 days.

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Filomena Marturano: Un Matrimonio a la Caribeña

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Repertorio Español
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Admission Fee: From $17 - $70
Performed in Spanish with English supertitles.
Premium seats available.
Running time: 2 hours. 15 min. intermission
Photos by Michael Palma Mir.
Recommended for adult audiences

A comedy of willpower between a well-to-do bachelor/playboy and a determined woman who wants just one thing: a better life for her children.

"You get binge-worthy drama in tasty 30-minute acts, watching flesh and blood actors at the top of their game". – The New York Times

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April 17, 2022

La Breve Y Maravillosa Vida de Oscar Wao

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Repertorio Español
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Admission Fee: $17 - $70
Performed in Spanish with English supertitles.
Adapted & Directed by Marco Antonio Rodríguez

Oscar is a naive "nerd" from New Jersey who has finally left the grips of his imposing Dominican mother and is attending his first semester of college at Rutgers with his rebellious sister. He dreams of becoming the Dominican J.R.R. Tolkien and, most of all, finding love. But Oscar may never get what he wants. Blame the "fukú"–a curse that has haunted Oscar's family for generations, following them on their epic journey from Santo Domingo to the USA. "The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao" explores the endless human capacity to persevere–and risk it all–in the name of love.

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Sitar Recital & Spiritual Songs

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Bangladesh Institute of Performing Arts
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free
This event is free to public and will be held at the P.S. 12 auditorium. The auditorium is wheelchair accessible.

First half of the event will be live instrumental recital Sita by Morshed Khan Apu with accompanied Tabla by Mir Naqibul Islam. The second half includes Bengali spiritual songs. This is the holy month of Ramadan. At the end of the performances, there will be Iftar, the evening meal with which Muslims end daily Ramadan fast at sunset.

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April 19, 2022

In Conversation | En conversation : Patrick Deville avec José Manuel Fajardo

11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free
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Joignez-vous à la bibliothèque alors que nous accueillons l'auteur, Patrick Deville, avec l'auteur et traducteur, José Manuel Fajardo. Ils discuteront de la collection de livres de Patrick Deville et du procédé de traduction de José Manuel Fajardo des livres de Deville du français vers l'espagnol.

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April 20, 2022

Japanese Crime Fiction: How It Caught The World with Allison Markin Powell, Marie Iida, and Juliet Grames

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The New York Public Library
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free
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Join the Library as we welcome Allison Markin Powell, Marie Iida, and Juliet Grames in the panel "Japanese Crime Fiction: How It Caught The World" to discuss Japanese Crime Fiction in the United States and its growing popularity.

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April 23, 2022

In Conversation | 刘墉 (Liu Yong) 访谈

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The New York Public Library
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free
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与图书馆一起欢迎作者刘墉,我们会谈论他对四代中国文化的影响。他的作品包括 100 多本书籍,其中包括励志非小说、小说、儿童寓言和艺术论文。

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April 28, 2022

О Свободе, Правах и Обязанностях: Беседа с Борисом Палантом

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The New York Public Library
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Admission Fee: Free
Register for the О Свободе, Правах и Обязанностях event

Нью Йоркская Публичная Библиотека приглашает вас на встречу с Борисом Палантом, специалистом в области международного и иммиграционного права. 
Адвокат с многолетним опытом, Борис Палант расскажет читателям о той роли которую сыграл Билль о Правах в развитии гражданских свобод в нашей стране.  По ходу обсуждения развития гражданских свобод в нашей стране, Борис познакомит нас  с анализом самых интересных и решающих дел рассмотренными верховным судом США.

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