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Climate Works for All

Climate change continues to have severe and long-term effects on New York City residents. Although all New Yorkers will be impacted, low-income residents will disproportionately shoulder the burdens created by this crisis.…

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Transform Don’t Trash

The commercial waste industry in New York City is highly polluting, inefficient, and disproportionately impacts  communities of color and workers. The vast majority of waste is transported by heavy trucks to and from waste transfer stations in a handful of low-income communities and communities of color.…

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Real Affordability for All

New York City is at a breaking point. Nearly half of all residents are living near the poverty line. While real wages have been depressed for the majority of New Yorkers, housing costs are soaring.…

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New York Renews

Days after world leaders in Paris reached a historic global climate agreement in December 2015, a statewide movement was launched for the purpose of bringing good jobs and clean energy to New York.…

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Low-Wage Workers Rising

ALIGN was formed and continues to be built on the principle of solidarity—“being there” for someone else’s struggle as well as your own.…