The Village Ad Hoc Committee is seeking flood victims to share their personal stories for an upcoming project. Sharing these experiences help us keep a record of our history and making sure those still suffering from damage and financial loss get the resources and aid they need. Use the QR code to access the survey!
¿Todavía está lidiando con los daños o las pérdidas financieras ocasionadas por el huracán Ida? El Comité Ad Hoc del Village of Mamaroneck está realizando una encuesta para ver qué ayuda necesita todavía nuestra comunidad por los daños de las inundaciones. ¡Por favor, utilice el código QR de abajo para enviar su historia – o haga clic aquí!
You can learn more in this episode of LMC Media Community Conversations
Race and immigration status are lines that divide or connect us. With greater understanding and information, those lines blur. LMC Media’s web series “Lines Between Us” uses animation to educate, inspire, and create awareness about issues concerning racism and immigration. LMC Media worked with nonprofits that specialize in these issues to help identify voices that can speak out and tell individual stories. The videos are short stories told by an individual willing to speak on topics that have affected their lives.
Episodes will be released three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) beginning January 10, 2022. Stay tuned for more info!
To see a list of community partners and resources on this topic CLICK HERE.
Lines Between Us Special Zoom Event
There was a virtual meeting discussing the web series on Tues, 1/25 that aimed to discuss police relations in our community with the objective of building bridges to honest discourse, understanding various perspectives & growing stronger community bonds. The event consisted of:
Through CRC we will identify the hard-working community members who have been victimized or treated unfairly because of their immigration status. Through their voices, we will hear about their fears, and what it means to be an immigrant in the day and age of ICE.
This project is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by ArtsWestchester.
Get ready for Election Day, November 2, and learn about this year’s candidates with LMC Media’s annual series, Meet the Candidates.
Watch on LMC channels 75 Optimum / 36 Verizon
Tuesday at 8:30pm
Wednesday at 2:30am, 8:30am, and 2:30pm
and LMC channels 76 Optimum / 35 Verizon
Friday at 8:30pm
Saturday through Election Day (11/2) at 2:30am, 8:30am, 2:30pm, and 8:30pm
LMC Media stands in solidarity with our friends and neighbors suffering from the devastating effects of Hurricane Ida.We have created a page to help both residents and those wanting to offer resources to help flood victims.
Visit the Village of Mamaroneck's website for info
In the wake of Hurricane Ida, Mamaroneck residents and business owners are once again devastated by severe flooding. The storm hit the Sound Shore community Wednesday night with torrential rains and a downpour of 3 inches per hour. Homeowners and businesses in The Flats (Washingtonville) area of Mamaroneck were deeply affected. Some areas were engulfed with 5-8 feet of water destroying business, homes, and leaving residents with nothing.
If you would like to help support the local victims of this disaster please see the links below.
Urgent support & volunteer help needed for LOCAL FLOOD VICTIMS.
The Coalition for Community – a group of local nonprofits – is calling for immediate donations of used clothing, gift cards, school supplies and more as well as direct financial support for victims via Community Resource Centers Flood Emergency Fund.Volunteers are are also in high need for tomorrow and Saturday. Our neighbors need your help.