March, a strong coalition of union members, tenants, residents, autoworkers and
faith leaders have been working to make sure that changes to Jerome Ave benefit
the community. They’ve held 5 community
visioning sessions and collected over 500 surveys, engaging more than 1,500
residents about the rezoning process.
The City is
changing and they believe that there is a way to do it right. They want change and progress, but not at the
cost of exploitation, harassment and displacement.
developed a set of policy recommendations that translate the four main
principles, REAL AFFORDABLE HOUSING, GOOD JOBS AND LOCAL HIRE, STRONG ANTI
HARASSMENT AND ANTI DISPLACEMENT POLICIES AND REAL COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION,
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