Community Briefing

Are you concerned about the toxic chemicals commonly found in cosmetics and other personal care products? Did you know that many of the most toxic products are aggressively marketed towards people of color? Do you want to help do something
Are you concerned about the toxic chemicals commonly found in cosmetics and other personal care products? Did you know that many of the most toxic products are aggressively marketed towards people of color? Do you want to help do something
Our Homes Under Our Control campaign is urging New York State legislators and the Governor to pass legislation that will lower rent and utility bills for everyday New Yorkers, stop subsidizing the expansion of fossil fuel infrastructure, and give renters
We have enjoyed an outpouring of support over the past few months, so we’re hosting a webinar to welcome new donors – along with anyone else interested in learning more about WE ACT for Environmental Justice. We’ll be providing an
Because the climate crisis disproportionately impacts communities of color, our Climate Justice Working Group partnered with East Harlem COAD and Harlem Emergency Network to develop a comprehensive community-driven emergency preparedness plan for Northern Manhattan that focuses on climate-related disasters. Our award-winning
East Harlem is at a crossroads, facing a number of threats including climate change, development, and gentrification. WE ACT for Environmental Justice, in collaboration with Ascendant Neighborhood Development and the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, is offering a series
We Are El Barrio Arts & Culture Workshop
  East Harlem is at a crossroads, facing a number of threats including climate change, development, and gentrification. WE ACT for Environmental Justice, in collaboration with Ascendant Neighborhood Development and the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, is offering a
We Are El Barrio Preservation 101 Workshop
  East Harlem is at a crossroads, facing a number of threats including climate change, development, and gentrification. WE ACT for Environmental Justice, in collaboration with Ascendant Neighborhood Development and the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, is offering a
We Are El Barrio Climate Resiliency Workshop

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