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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.
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IN THE NEWS
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Letter to Mayor de Blasio for a People's PlaNYC
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Tell the City: Raise NYC's Dismal Recycling Rate & Create 15,000 Jobs
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Mayor urged to adopt more populist PlaNYC
Climate Works for All: We need a People's PlaNYC
On Thursday, February 26, the Climate Works for All coalition, made up of environmental justice advocates, labor unions and community groups met on the steps of City Hall in lieu of next steps for the renewal of PlaNYC, an effort released by previous New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg in 2007 to prepare the city for the arrival of one million more residents in 2030. The previous plan, while ambitious and important, insufficiently addressed the issue of inequality at the heart of climate change: low-income communities and communities of color are disproportionately impacted by poor health and environmental burdens as well as hurricanes, superstorms, and disasters that result from excessive carbon emissions.
NY1: Panel Talks Rezoning, Development in East New York
NY1's Errol Louis recently discussed rezoning and development in the East New York section of Brooklyn with a panel of community stakeholders which featured our Campaign Director Maritza Silva-Farrell from the Real Affordability for All campaign, along with the Rev. David Brawley of East Brooklyn Congregations; Bill Wilkins from the Local Development Corporation of East New York; and Barrie Smith, a construction worker and labor advocate for the group "100 Black Construction Workers."
Join the Fight for $15
New York City is becoming a city where the super wealthy have it made, while the rest of us struggle to pay the rent and other bills on time. People who work hard are being paid so little that they canâ€™t even afford the basics â€” like groceries, rent, or even transportation. Thatâ€™s why weâ€™re standing with fast-food and other low-wage workers in the Fight for $15. Sign the petition today to stand up against the corporations that keep wages low and prevent people from getting ahead.
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