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Fighting for a Philadelphia where working families thrive.

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“As the first-ever member of the Working Families Party elected to City Council,

I made history when I joined this body, and am proud of the work I’ve done to deliver for working class people. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the financial devastation that followed, and the country's racial reckoning, I’ve fought tirelessly for a more just Philadelphia that leaves no one behind. And I’m only getting started.”

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Fighting for Workers and a Fair Economy

Philadelphians deserve an economy that works for all, not just the wealthy and well-connected. In the City Council, I have fought for policies that would allow us to make deep investments in the public services that our communities need to thrive: our schools, libraries, parks and recreation centers, and mental health services.

Investing in Young People and Public Schools

Fighting for our public schools and ensuring that our communities' voices are centered in education decisions are what drove me to public service. As a City Councilmember, I am committed to winning the resources that young people need to thrive — both inside and outside of the classroom.

Keeping Us Safe and Upholding Justice

As a lifelong North Philadelphian, my daughters and I are no stranger to the devastating impacts of the gun violence crisis. As a city, we must treat gun violence like the public health crisis that it is, and align our communities around a courageous, bold vision to address it.

Protecting Our Reproductive Rights

As a Black woman in America, I know what it’s like to have your safety, autonomy, and dignity threatened. And as a mother, grandmother, and a person who has had an abortion, I know the importance of having control over your body, your life, and your future.

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