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Getting Our Moneyâ€™s Worth
We're uniting labor and communities across New York to demand that the billions spent in corporate subsidies are used to create good jobs & community benefitsâ€” and we're holding corporations accountable when they don't keep their promises.
Alliance for a Just Rebuilding
Weâ€™re organizing for a more equitable and sustainable rebuilding post Superstorm Sandy that includes impacted communities, creates good jobs, and mitigates climate change.
Caring Across Generations
We envision is a New York where everyone receives the in-home care they need to live with dignity, while ensuring dignity for care workers, too. Through Caring Across Generations, we're building a network to make our vision a reality.
We believe in solidarity; weâ€™re organizing to support struggles for worker justice in industries where workers endure poverty wages, abusive working conditions, and union-busting.
Transform Don't Trash NYC
Through the Transform Donâ€™t Trash NYC campaign, ALIGN is uniting labor, environmental justice, community and other advocates to transform NYCâ€™s commercial waste system.
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IN THE NEWS
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City Called on to Care for Seniors
Melba Adams: "I lost a lot of my mobility, but I still have my voice"
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New York Stateâ€™s labor forceâ€™s wages continue sliding
A Major Step Forward for Rebuilding with Justice
For over a year, weâ€™ve been out in the streets and at City Hall, fighting for a recovery that strengthens communities that have too long been on the frontlines of climate change and economic inequality. Weâ€™re now seeing signs of real progress.
Transform Donâ€™t Trash NYC Campaign Gaining Traction
New York City's commercial waste system is inefficient, highly polluting, and exploitative. Our campaign to transform the commercial waste system is gaining momentum and winning support in impacted communities and at City Hall.
Home Care Services for NYCâ€™s Low-Income Seniors
Too many low-income and undocumented New Yorkers are unable to access the home care they need. City and State funding for Expanded In-Home Services for the Elderly Program should increase to meet the needs of New Yorkâ€™s senior population.
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Blue Green Apollo Alliance
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Jobs With Justice
Long Island Jobs with Justice
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