As rained poured down the early morning of May 23rd, almost 60 people stood in line waiting to receive food from Sapna NYC’s first emergency food pantry. The next week, 100 people showed up. The week after.
Taslima scrolls through her contact list, making note of all the people she knows in the area. She has lived in the Bronx for 12 years now, establishing many relationships and connections with other Bangladeshi residents in.
Standing on the steps of City Hall, hundreds of community members, service providers, advocates and councilmembers gathered to fight for budget equity for the Asian Pacific American (APA) population in New York City as part of the.
Sapna NYC Directors Diya Basu-Sen and Saba Naseem interviewed with host Bob Lee at BronxNet TV about Sapna’s mission, programs and impact in New York City, especially in the Bronx. As the only non-profit in the Bronx.