Establishes Nation’s 1st Racial Justice Commission of Community Leaders
Directs City Hall Attention to a Major Environmental Issue
Amplifies City’s Need for Mental Healthcare Access in Era of COVID
As Mayor Bill de Blasio leaves office, he is putting in place dynamic initiatives deserving the of Our Time Press and our community.
In March, his office announced the formation of the New York City Racial Justice Commission, the first of its kind in the United States tasked with targeting and dismantling structural and institutional racism across one city. The Racial Justice Commission also is expected to serve as a charter revision commission.
For Earth Day 2020, DeBlasio announced the City’s “pursuit of legislation to deploy geothermal district demonstration projects.”
At the advent of this current May Mental Health month, the Mayor and the First Lady Chirlane McCray, launched “a comprehensive effort to promote universal access to mental healthcare in response to COVID-19 recovery.”
Apparently, there’s more to come.
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