Resources and Reports
WE ACT frequently receives research and media requests for historical publications. Through our resources and reports page, you will find nearly 30 years of publications WE ACT has either authored, partnered in publishing, or been featured in.
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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
East Harlem / El Barrio Town Hall
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,
West Harlem Piers Park
WE ACT worked with over 200 residents, elected officials, and representatives from the NYC Parks to create and put into action a community vision plan for the West Harlem waterfront.
West Harlem Workshop for Heat, Health, & Equity
Do you live in West Harlem? Then come participate in this two-hour community planning workshops for our Heat, Health, & Equity project. These workshops will be held in neighborhoods throughout Northern Manhattan to develop policy recommendations to reduce the health
What is the 135th Marine Transfer Station Project?
A redeveloped MTS that crystallizes the community’s vision will bring a better quality of life and improved economic development to the West Harlem waterfront.
What would happen to health and housing in NYC if tenants had as much power as landlords?
New York City is in the throes of one of the worst housing crises in generations. Affordability is plummeting, displacement and homelessness have reached record levels, and the severe public health consequences of the living conditions that feed gentrification will
Why Are Gas Prices So High and What Should the Government Be Doing About It?
Preface: This piece was first written before the release of the Inflation Reduction Act and therefore does not comment on the merits of this proposed legislation relative to gas prices. Gasoline prices across the country have risen at unprecedented
Why WE ACT for Environmental Justice Supports the Nomination of Deb Haaland to Lead the Department of the Interior
Rep. Deb Haaland is up for a historic confirmation hearing as the first Native American to serve as Secretary of the Interior. She would also be the first ever Native American cabinet secretary. So, what does this historic nomination mean
Women’s March on NYC – Northern Manhattan Meetup
Join WE ACT and sponsor organizations from across Northern Manhattan as we gather as a united group to travel and participate in this historic and peaceful event.
Workshop to Prevent Truck Idiling
WE ACT for Environmental Justice is having a workshop on Thursday, May 26 at 6:30 PM via Zoom to help you better understand New York City’s Citizens Air Complaint Program, which enlists the help of New Yorkers in identifying trucks