On April 30, 2019, Patch featured an article on the the East 125th Street Community Visioning Action Plan, which was developed by a coalition organized by WE ACT for Environmental Justice and designed to leverage the Second Avenue Subway expansion
On April 29, 2019, Harlem World Magazine featured the release of the community-driven recommendations designed to leverage the expansion of the Second Avenue Subway into East Harlem / El Barrio as an opportunity to strengthen the East 125th Street corridor.
WE ACT for Environmental Justice was credited for its opposition to the Atlantic Coast Pipeline in Blue Virginia, an online news source dedicated to Democratic politics in Virginia, on April 15, 2019. Read the Article
In addition to continuing to advance our campaigns on Energy Efficiency and Extreme Heat, this month’s meeting will feature a representative from the NYC Department of City Planning (DCP) who wants to share their ideas for a sustainable, equitable, and
East Harlem / El Barrio’s 125th Street corridor boasts the natural assets of a world-class cultural, business, and transportation center that could anchor good jobs, small businesses, green public spaces, and other services for the people who live, work, and
The Freedom to Breathe tour is designed to draw attention to the immediate impacts of climate change in communities across the country, and WE ACT for Environmental Justice is supporting a number of community organizations participating in the tour through a
WE ACT’s Bilingual Community Organizer and Outreach Coordinator Génesis Abreu spoke with NY1 Noticias (1:33) about the Inwood rezoning plan, explaining that it has not adequately taken into consideration the voice of the community. It’s part of WE ACT’s mission
Saritha Ramakrishna, a WE ACT intern and Master in City Planning candidate at MIT, wrote this article on Literary Hub looking at how climate change, politics, socioeconomics, and racism have contributed to a cauldron of environmental injustice in her native
[:en]Join this free East Harlem community meeting to discuss strategies to ensure that the Second Avenue Subway extension brings good jobs for local residents, more opportunities for local businesses, and better public transit, family services, and a healthier environment for
This report details the community visioning process for the 135th Marine Transfer Station.