MSN amplifies the voices of IntegrateNYC4Me Student Advocates

MSN, with a monthly audience of 350 million, shared an article originally published in The Huffington Post on their platform. Excitingly, the images used for the article and published below were taken by IntegrateNYC4Me Student Advocate and aspiring photographer, Amina Fofana. We are thrilled to see the message of IntegrateNYC4Me amplified and a dream of one of our incredible students realized. 

See the pictures and the full article here

© Amina Fofana/IntegrateNYC4Me IntegrateNYC4Me Advocates pose for a photo outside the City Council Building on June 2 in preparation for a meeting with NYC Deputy Chancellor Josh Wallack who oversees city-wide enrollment.

© Amina Fofana/IntegrateNYC4Me IntegrateNYC4Me Advocates pose for a photo outside the City Council Building on June 2 in preparation for a meeting with NYC Deputy Chancellor Josh Wallack who oversees city-wide enrollment.

© Amina Fofana/IntegrateNYC4Me Sarah Camiscoli, Co-Director of IntegrateNYC4Me, works with AB, a student at the Bronx Academy of Letters, to develop city-wide policies for integration and equity.

© Amina Fofana/IntegrateNYC4Me Sarah Camiscoli, Co-Director of IntegrateNYC4Me, works with AB, a student at the Bronx Academy of Letters, to develop city-wide policies for integration and equity.