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NYU Metro Center Annual Reports

Our Annual Reports

Our Annual Reports highlight NYU Metro Center’s accomplishments, underscore the importance of our organizational mission, broadens confidence in our institutional work, as well as provides us with an opportunity to thank the partners and supporters that make our work possible.

NYU Metro Center 2022-2023 Annual Report

NYU Metro Center strives to embody and advance the principles of a free society, untethered from oppressive restrictions imposed on the goals of self-determination, independence, autonomy and sovereignty for vulnerable people. We collectively stand as stewards of this advocacy legacy. 

NYU Metro Center 2021-2022 Annual Report

NYU Metro Center sub-units met the challenge of COVID-19 with reflexiveness and responsiveness, to meet the needs of historically marginalized students, whose families were still very much feeling the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic.

NYU Metro Center 2020-2021 Annual Report

In the face of great precarity, while a global pandemic raged on and enemies of equity and justice deployed their best efforts, our brilliant and capable colleagues at the NYU Metro Center remained unrelenting in the fight for the humanity and dignity of historically marginalized youth and families.

NYU Metro Center 2019-2020 Annual Report

We faced multiple pandemics: the health crisis precipitated by COVID; the social crisis reignited by the murders of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd; and the economic crisis legislated by a series of poor decisions from our political leadership. But through it all, we at NYU Metro Center have remained vigilant and steadfast.

Clone NYU Metro Center 2018-2019 Annual Report

NYU Metro Center has sought to shift the narrative, focusing on interrupting biases while promoting justice through education. We have led with the belief that hierarchies, oppression, and exploitation are kinds of inhumane systems that restrict, limit, deny, distort, or destroy individuals’ or groups’ of people access to their full potential.