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Change is constant, but opportunity is not. While the communities of our district are looking for familiarity to plan around, and businesses are looking for growth, we must ensure that the change we seek is familiar growth. The only way to achieve this is to legislate and fund real equity by the residents of the community in changes to infrastructure. That includes housing. In New York housing is a human right. It's central to the our integrated community, our unity, and our future opportunity.

James Felton Keith
 

Fighting for Inclusionism

Supported by JFK Organizers

Made with ❤️in The Village of Harlem

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