Our neighborhoods badly need more investment in basic level infrastructure. From sidewalks and street lights to adequate drainage and roads in disrepair, part of rebuilding our community must include a robust infrastructure investment.
Very few people could look at our current criminal justice system and say this is the best we can do. We need our system to be pro-active, not just reactive.
Food and shelter are basic necessities and no civil society can rest while thousands of families face a growing threat of housing insecurity.
Schools, educators and students are facing a great challenge as we work to safely provide educational programming this fall. We have always needed to do more to help them, but now we cannot afford to kick the can further down the road. We must:
The importance of having strong neighborhoods has never been greater. We need to work block by block to help improve the quality of life in our community. This takes:
Ground zero has been our hospitals and the healthcare workers that keep them running. We need to improve access and affordability to the system while ensuring our healthcare professionals have the tools they need to safely keep us healthy.