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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.
Climate Works for All
Through Climate Works for All, we have an unprecedented opportunity to simultaneously solve our jobs crisis, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to the impacts of climate change.
Real Affordability for All
We are working to preserve and create real affordable housing, and to ensure that new affordable housing development creates good local jobs.
We bring together low-wage workers, community, faith and other allies to "be there" for each other's struggles.
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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NEW REPORT UNCOVERS HIDDEN GOVERNMENT DATA, REVEALING STATE OF NYC TRASH IS WORSE THAN PUBLIC HAS BEEN TOLD
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EXCLUSIVE: Advocates push de Blasio to revamp how NYC recycles its commercial waste
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City Weighs Reining in Private Garbage Collectors
2015 Movement Builders Awards -- is it on your calendar?
This yearâ€™s celebration will take place on Tuesday, June 30 from 6-8 pm at SEIU 1199, located at 310 West 43rd Street in Manhattan. Purchase tickets and RSVP today!
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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