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By Arkadiy Fridman
Despite the risk, in a very tough and uncertain economy, we started this magazine as a voice of working Americans of all backgrounds, cultural, political, ethnic and religious. We seek to raise our voices and be heard by those in positions of power: Politicians, officials, media providers, etc. Through this magazine, we intend to express our concerns as well as yours, to move beyond the dichotomy of conservatives versus liberals, to find the best answers to our concerns as citizens.
The American Dream is a fundamental promise to each and every citizen that they have the opportunity to advance beyond their current condition to better lives, rich with opportunity. The American dream has drawn immigrants to our soil for more than 400 years, who have in turn contributed to building the economic, religious, political and cultural institutions that define our nation. Because so many immigrants have brought skills and ideas from other areas of the world, America has always been part of wider global networks. New York City in particular, including the outer-boroughs, has long been enriched by immigrants and international connections. Citizens magazine seeks to recognize the accomplishments, talents, culture and opinions of outstanding citizens in the New York region. Each issue will showcase leaders in politics, business and the arts, as well as the poetry, fiction, fashion and music within their diverse cultures. We will not shy away from controversial, «hot» issues, but will attempt to explore them from many new angles. We believe that only by learning from the strengths of each other’s cultures and opinions, can we realize our potential.
Give a voice to the citizens of Staten Island and Brooklyn in the pursuit of better government. Foster an environment for members and elected officials to become better acquainted through dialogue and fellowship.
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