Sustainable and Equitable Landuse

By Emma Urofsky & Robbie M Parks Public green spaces are cornerstones of our communities. Some, like Central Park, have become cultural icons, distinguishing landmarks. Beyond their aesthetic appeal, public green spaces also confer health benefits to those who make
Public Green Spaces: Racism, Heat, and Barriers to Access
  As a precaution against the spread of the coronavirus, we have decided to cancel our March Membership Meeting. Our apologies for any inconvenience, but the health and safety of our members and staff is a top priority. Please continue
  Come Help Us Create an Environmentally and Economically Sustainable Corridor Along East 125th Street While Preserving the Community’s Cultural Identity and Creating Good Local Jobs East Harlem/El Barrio’s 125th Street corridor has fallen victim to years of neglect, underinvestment,
East Harlem / El Barrio Town Hall
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
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 Workshops

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