The time is up for town halls and conversations that never lead to real change that we can see and touch in our community. We can make District 7 an example of how we can co-govern, solve problems together and putt the community first.
I will push for an end to city policies and ordinances that criminalize and target the most vulnerable in our community.
Its time to expand the idea of safer communities to include more than hiring more police and deal with systemic problems in District 7.
As poverty rates increase during the pandemic, I will keep the focus on economic security, food security, and critical health access.
I will work to make sure that our community no longer bears the burden of the City's bad environmental practices.