JFAC Exec Committee Speaks with Bronxnet about The Blueprint
JFAC Executive Committee member Kristen Hackett speaks with Bronxnet about The Blueprint and what it means for public housing, and what the alternatives are – in an interview following the State Housing Committee hearing on December 8, 2020. Questions addressed Read more…
Get Your NYCHA Mask today!
Get your NYCHA Mask today! Buy one for you, your friends and family, and neighbors! We want everyone in NYC wearing this mask this winter season. Let’s make “Funding NYCHA” the statement of the season – and beyond! Here for Read more…
NYCHA has been moving at breakneck speed to privatize public housing. First with infill, then with RAD and PACT, and now with the Blueprint. This latest plan was announced in July, and already, hearings are planned on legislation that has Read more…
Join us for a Press Conference and Rally – Public Money for Repairs and Reparations NOW!
Join us Saturday 9/19 at 12n for a Peace Walk to Stop the Violence
Over the past few weeks, there has been a very noticeable and disturbing rise in gun violence in Queensbridge, Ravenswood, Astoria Houses, and Woodside Houses in Queens, as well as a significant uptick in gun violence throughout the city. As Read more…
Join us for a Community Visioning Session for Public Land Near Ravenswood
The NYC Dept of Sanitation is closing its garage on the corner of 21st St and 35th Ave. What do you want to see in that building? Join us for a community visions workshop on: Wednesday Sept 16th at 2pm Read more…
You have a right to mold/mildew remediation!
Background In 2013, a class-action lawsuit was brought against NYCHA on behalf of tenants with asthma who needed abatement of toxic mold in their apartments. The plaintiffs negotiated a consent decree with NYCHA which put together a program of mold Read more…
Know Your Rights
In order to take action, it is helpful to know that you have rights and what they are. [gview file=”https://opencuny.org/ayonyc/files/2020/09/Know-Your-Rights-1Pgr.pdf”]
Where’s the Money for NYCHA?
Time and again, we are told by public officials that there is no public money to fix NYCHA. Private investment is the only option. But that’s a lie. We know because the City has invested time, money, and resources on Read more…