Gov. Andrew Cuomo Says New York Will Remain a ‘Refuge’ for Minorities, Immigrants

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Nov. 19, 2014. (Gary Wiepert/AP)

article by Kristine Guerra via

Amid reports of harassment and threats directed at minorities and immigrants in the wake of Donald Trump’s election victory, New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said in a Facebook post on Saturday that his state is a refuge for those who feel they are under attack.

“Whether you are gay or straight, Muslim or Christian, rich or poor, black or white or brown, we respect all people in the state of New York,” Cuomo (D) wrote. “It’s the very core of what we believe and who we are . . . We don’t allow a federal government that attacks immigrants to do so in our state.”

To read more, go to: Gov. Andrew Cuomo: New York a ‘refuge’ for minorities, immigrants – The Washington Post

3 thoughts on “Gov. Andrew Cuomo Says New York Will Remain a ‘Refuge’ for Minorities, Immigrants”

  1. #Gratitude for Governor Cuomo’s courage in standing up to the racist, homophobic, anti-Semitic, misogynistic bullies taking over Washington. I pray my own Governor will do the same.

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