A good solution solves several problems at once, because everything is connected.
Change one thing in our city and many other things will be affected. This is the holistic way that we view all policy and how we will get to a sustainable, equitable, and resilient future.
We stand for dismantling systemic racism and environmental injustice, which will also progress voting rights, access to quality education, quality health care, employment and housing opportunities because everything is connected.
Improve air quality to reduce disproportionate impacts on BIPOC and low-income communities
Put people and health first in transportation and planning decisions
Flip NIMBY to YIMBY
Ensure all Bronx residents have access to affordable, nutritious, fresh food.
Establish a Food Justice Committee on the City Council.
Incorporate food education, vegetable gardens and salad bars into all NYC Public schools.
Reduce disproportionate impacts of health outcomes ranging from COVID to Maternal health
Support the NY Health Care Act
Address the root causes of illness including combating heat vulnerability and environmental injustices.
Increase access to public transit
Innovate micro-transit opportunity
Improve cycling infrastructure, expand Open Streets, and make streets safer
Use incentives to nudge people towards Public Transit
NYPD Budget Reform
Invest in communities, education and well being.
Hold our police officers accountable
Demilitarize the NYPD.
Implement recommendations from the DOI report on the George Floyd Protests.
Economic Recovery Rooted in Justice
Green technology & infrastructure rebuilding to create jobs
Entrepreneurship and incubation to create socially responsible businesses and community organizations
Child & elder care jobs to encourage mentorship, create jobs, and support families
Labor Unions are a vehicle for economic recovery and middle-class growth
Preserve affordable education and invest in CUNY: A driver of middle-class growth
Join the Civilian Climate Corps and Cancel Student Debt
Achieve NYC Zero Waste goal by mandating Organics Recycling and reducing waste streams from the source.
Economic recovery through
a Just Transition
Measure what Matters
Establishing a Climate Agency
in NYC and accelerating the
Climate Mobilization Act
Ban Fossil Fuel Infrastructure
Invest in Child Care like it's infrastructure.
Invest in our youth as part of economic recovery and building communal resilience.
Accessibility from transit to city services.
Safe and healthy community spaces for mental and physical well being.
Continue to upgrade the built environment to accommodate people with all types of abilities.
Ensure healthcare serves and takes into consideration the needs of people with disabilities.
Support job programs and housing programs
Equity for LGBTQ+ Community
Commit to supporting legislation that provides housing, education, and job placement for the LGBTQ+ community
Increase implicit bias education in our government to support the LGBTQ+ community
Support equitable healthcare for the LGBTQ+ community