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Increase Access to Trash Bins In Harlem
In 2018 the city removed over 200 trash bins from the streets of Harlem. Despite a call for more resources, during the Covid19 pandemic even more trash bins were removed. This is an unjustified plight against the community, especially in light of New York City’s worsening rat infestation. Hundreds of trash cans were removed by the city; we call on the city to use their budget to replace them. We also encourage the use of solar bins to promote greener and more hygienic public spaces. Solar bins also require fewer collections, therefore it would be a cost saving addition.
Please sign this petition to have the 135th Lenox Avenue Subway station named after Arturo Schomburg. This renaming would serve as a reminder towards the continuous and necessary work towards equity and justice.
Ella Baker was a civil rights and human rights activist who lived in Harlem. Baker was a game changer for Black liberation and organized blue-collared workers into the movement. Baker played a vital role in some of the most influential organizations of the time.
Advocate that revenue from the legalization of marijuana is used to invest in low-income communities of color.
Sign the petition to stop the destruction of a historically Black working class neighborhood by big real estate! An email will go directly to Anita Laremont, Director, Department of City Planning.