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Community Voices Heard is a member organization of low-income people, predominantly women with experience on welfare, building power in New York City and State to improve the lives of our families and communities.




TIME TO VOTE! What Would You Do With $1 Million?




At City Hall, NYCHA Residents Unveil Big Plans to Strengthen Public Housing and Boost Resiliency after Superstorm Sandy



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Weathering the Storm: New Report on Rebuilding a More Resilient NYCHA Post-Sandy

2nd Annual Pie for the People Pie Off!

Join us for a fund- and friend-raiser for Community Voices Heard (CVH)...and some GOOD Pie!  Go to for more information.


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Pie for the People!

Live from New York: CVH Co-Hosts NY City Council Speaker Forum on NY1


Below are resources, links to partner orgs, and the full media advisory for the series of Community Forums organized by NY City Councilmembers and Councilmembers-elect to hear from contenders vying for the role of NY City Council Speaker. This page will be updated shortly. There was lots of work put in by lots of partners to make this happen!



Scaling Up Participatory Budgeting in NYC


For the first time in 12 years, New Yorkers will have a new mayor.

So we've gotten together and we’re Talking Transition.

Talking Transition was an open conversation about the future of New York City. It was an effort to transform the typically closed-door transition process between Election Day and the Inauguration into an opportunity for New Yorkers to make their voices heard. And, Participatory Budgeting was in the spotlight on opening day!

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