Talking Transition hosted more than 120 events and performances in its tent on Canal Street, organized by 97 event hosts and including 482 conversation leaders. Events included the presentation and discussion of specific policy proposals for the new administration to consider, more open, interactive conversations about some of the most pressing issues facing the City during this time of transition in government, and
cultural events of all shapes and sizes. Programs occurred daily in the Talking Transition tent, and were scheduled to provide an ever-changing experience for visitors – an event on neighborhood development might be followed by a conversation about arts equitability, which might then be followed by a discussion on community schools. Sitting in the tent for 15 days provided an intensive, immersive education about the policies and players who are actively reshaping the City of New York.


Although the experience in the tent was ever-changing, Talking Transition has organized the recordings and ideas from these events into 11 issue areas. Click below to choose your issue, watch the events, meet the conveners, and view New Yorkers’ opinions on the community vision wall and soapbox.

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Talking Transition is about demonstrating a new process of broad civic engagement that leverages traditional grass roots organizing tactics with open forums in digital media and public spaces. The idea is to leverage the momentous occasion of a democratic election to keep the citizenry involved in the process of policy-making after the votes are counted. With an expansive data project, Talking Transition is enabling elected officials to understand popular sentiment about policy at a more nuanced level than available during an election, and to govern with an eye towards the sentiment of the populace as a whole, reaching beyond the voting public. With an open tent filled with interactive events convened by organizations from throughout the city and across the ideological spectrum, Talking Transition is bringing onto the public stage the policy proposals and ideas that typically make their way to elected officials through closed-door meetings and back channels, giving advocates – from community groups to experienced practitioners – a while also facilitating their .


Too often significant decisions made during a mayoral transition are made internally, with limited or no public input until after those decisions are announced. This unprecedented initiative was able to pull back the curtain on this process by offering New Yorkers, elected officials, policy experts, industry groups, public service providers, neighborhood groups, advocacy organizations, and students a public forum to highlight issues and viewpoints they wanted the next mayor to prioritize.


Talking Transition took place in every corner of the city. The majority of the programs were held in a tent on Canal Street & Sixth Avenue in Manhattan, however events took place in the outer boroughs. In addition to pre-scheduled events, over 100 field canvassers travelling across the five boroughs to engage citizens, as well as three mobile “tents” that traveled throughout the city.


Throughout the initiative, all programming – in the tent and around the boroughs – addressed the City’s transition and informed the agenda of the incoming mayor. In order to provide a balanced vision for the incoming administration, Talking Transition was committed to engaging an extensive group of individuals and organizations that are representative of New York City’s ideologically and demographically diverse constituencies. Current administration officials, incoming elected officials, and members of the Mayor-elect’s transition participated, fostering a more nuanced dialogue between the citizenry and its government. All events focused on the state of New York City and its neighborhoods, highlighting major accomplishments and shortcomings of the last twelve years, and the issues that confront the new administration.


Programming curators included the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, the New York Women’s Foundation, Make the Road New York, AARP, The Manhattan Institute, Vocal New York, Coro New York Leadership Center, West Harlem Progressive Democratic Club, NYU Wagner Food Policy Alliance and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. Talking Transition also developed a partnership with the New York Public Library to bring programming to its branches around the city.


Talking Transition was convened by a number of foundations with deep investments in New York City including: Open Society Foundations, Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Foundation, Revson Foundation, New York Women’s Foundation, New York Community Trust, New York Foundation, North Star Fund, Atlantic Philanthropies and the Brooklyn Community Foundation.


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EDUCATION

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Education for a 21st Century Economy: Career & Technical Education, and The Future of NYC Public SchoolsUrban Assembly   
A+ NYC: An Education Roadmap for the Next MayorA+NYC   
Great Public Schools: What Does It Take… A Conversation with PrincipalsNYC Outward Bound Schools   
One People, Many Voices: Jews Talk TransitionCongregation Beth Elohim   
Lunch 4 LearningCommunity Food Advocates   
Putting the Public Back in Public Education:  Education as a Civil RightNew York Urban League   
POV Sunday: Brooklyn Castle & American PromisePBS POV   
Solutions, Not Suspensions!Dignity in Schools Campaign-New York   
The Last GED Graduation CeremonyLiteracy Partners   
Every School A Community SchoolChildren's Aid Society   
Laboratories of Innovation: NYC Charters Share What Works #forNYCkidsFamilies for Excellent Schools   
Talking Public School Parent EngagementNYCPublic.org   
Voices of NYC YouthDowntown Community Television Center   
The Uni: A Pop-Up Reading Room for New York CityThe Uni Project   
NYC Beacons: An Infrastructure for Equity, Learning and Community EngagementYouth Development Institute   
Bronx: Leading The ChangePhipps Community Development CorporationHostos Community College  
Campaign for Children: Strengthening NYC’s Early Childhood Education & After-School SystemsCampaign for Children   
A Faithful Discourse: NYC Catholics Discern the Next AdministrationThe Jesuit Collaborative   
Blueprint for NeighborhoodsUnited Neighborhood Houses   
Accessing Justice for New York ImmigrantsKathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic   
Educate Don't Incarcerate: Reversing the School-to-Prison PipelineNew York Reentry Education NetworkEducation from the Inside Out CoalitionCenter for Institutional and Social ChangeJohn Jay's Prisoner Reentry Institute
Asian Pacific American New Yorkers CountCoalition for Asian American Children and Families   
Recognition, Inclusion & Respect: A Case for Muslim School HolidaysCoalition for Muslim School Holidays   
Youth Talking Climate Resilience & Community Sustainability SolutionsGlobal Kids Inc.   
Town MeetingTalking Transition   
From The Personal to PolicyReel Works   
NYC in the Lead: Perspectives on Immigrant Integration EffortsThe New York Immigration Coalition   
200 Youth Strong:  Because Your Voice MattersCoro New York Leadership Center   

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ENVIRONMENT

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HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES

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Food Justice: The Future of Food in NYCEcoStation:NY  
Single Stop USA BoothSingle Stop USA  
Advancing Economic Justice For Women and Families in New York CityNew York Women's Foundation  
Meeting the Health Needs of All New Yorkers: Priorities for Vulnerable PopulationsNew York State Health Foundation  
Building an "Age Equality" Platform in NYCAARP  
NYC in the Lead: Perspectives on Immigrant Integration EffortsThe New York Immigration Coalition  
Ending AIDS in New York CityVOCAL-NY  
The Future of Food Policy in the Post-Bloomberg EraWagner Food Policy AllianceJust Food 
Record NYC Homelessness:  What the New Mayor Can DoCoalition for the HomelessHomeless Services UnitedUnited to End Homeless-ness
Accessing Justice for New York ImmigrantsKathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic  
Coping with Vision Loss and Other Disabilities: Everybody's BusinessVISIONS Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired  
Are We There Yet? Next Steps in New York City’s Journey to LGBT Equality and Justice.The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender, Community Center  
One People, Many Voices: Jews Talk TransitionCongregation Beth Elohim  
Lunch 4 LearningCommunity Food Advocates  
Mapping the Future of Drug Policy in NYCVOCAL-NYDrug Policy Alliance 
Left/Right/Forward: Tent Talk with the Working Families Party and the Manhattan InstituteManhattan InstituteWorking Families Party 
The Important Role of Ethnic Media: And How the de Blasio Administration Can Engage With ItThe Center for Community and Ethnic Media, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism  

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HOUSING

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JOBS & THE ECONOMY

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Neighborhood Entrepreneurs, Neighborhood JobsNYC BID Association  
Talking Transition in BrooklynBrooklyn Chamber of Commerce  
Building an Economy That Works for All of UsMake The Road New York  
de Bagels and de BlasioTalking Transition  
Labor Standing Up For Labor: The Road Ahead   
B Corps Using Business as a Force for Good in NYCB Corporation  
Blueprint for NeighborhoodsUnited Neighborhood Houses  
Harnessing Disruptive InnovationTribeca Film FestivalDisruptor Foundation 
Building a New Economy that Works for All New YorkersNew Economy Project  
From Motto to Movement: What NYC's Millennials Want to See Happen in the First 100 DaysRoosevelt Institute | Pipeline  
Asian Pacific American New Yorkers CountCoalition for Asian American Children and Families  
Toward a 21st Century City for AllToward a 21st Century City for AllOffice of Council member Brad LanderProfessor John Mollenkopf
Advancing Economic Justice For Women and Families in New York CityNew York Women's Foundation  
Education for a 21st Century Economy: Career & Technical Education, and The Future of NYC Public SchoolsUrban Assembly  
Meeting the Health Needs of All New Yorkers: Priorities for Vulnerable PopulationsNew York State Health Foundation  
Artists' Challenges and Opportunities in the Next Four YearsNew York Foundation for the Arts  
Bronx: Leading The ChangePhipps Community Development Corporation  
The Future of Harlem & Northern Manhattan, the First 100 daysWest Harlem Progressive Democratic Club  
Thrive in QueensNoguchi Museum  
Are We There Yet? Next Steps in New York City’s Journey to LGBT Equality and Justice.The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender, Community Center  
21st Century City: The Social Impact of Data & TechnologyNew York Tech MeetupControl Group 

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MANAGEMENT & BUDGET

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Budget 360: An Overview of New York City's BudgetCenter for Employment Opportunities 
From the Edge of Disaster: How Activists and Insiders Can Use the Lessons of Hurricane Sandy to Make the City SaferNorth Star Fund 
Transition Chiefs in ConversationOpen Society Foundations 
Innovative Policies for the Innovative City: A Look at the future of New York City Through the Lens of Innovative PoliciesCenter for an Urban FutureNYU Wagner Innovation Labs
How To Make a Budget in 90 Days or LessCitizens Budget Commission 
Left/Right/Forward: Tent Talk with the Working Families Party and the Manhattan InstituteManhattan InstituteWorking Families Party
Rethinking Regulation: New Priorities for City BuildingThe Municipal Art Society of New York 
Making Property Taxes Fairer: Ideas for the Next AdministrationFurman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy, New York University 
Protecting the Waterfront and Revitalizing it for Fun, Recreation, Commerce, and TransportationMetropolitan Waterfront Alliance 
City Council Speaker Community ForumCommunity Voices Heard 
Scaling Up Participatory Budgeting as a Tool for Direct Democracy in NYCCommunity Voices HeardThe Participatory Budgeting Project
21st Century City: The Social Impact of Data & TechnologyNew York Tech MeetupControl Group
Harnessing Disruptive InnovationTribeca Film FestivalDisruptor Foundation
Building a New Economy that Works for All New YorkersNew Economy Project 
Blueprint for NeighborhoodsUnited Neighborhood Houses 
Building Interagency Cultural PartnershipsOne Percent For Culture 

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ALL

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Arts & Culture
Artists' Challenges and Opportunities in the Next Four YearsNew York Foundation for the Arts   
The African and Caribbean Perspective: Engaging the Incoming AdministrationIsland Voice, Inc.   
Beyond Access: (Re)creating a Cultural Capital for All New YorkersNo Longer Empty   
An Open Letter to the Mayor-ElectEmerging Leaders of New York Arts (ELNYA)   
Building Interagency Cultural PartnershipsOne Percent For Culture   
Thrive in QueensNoguchi Museum   
Recognition, Inclusion & Respect: A Case for Muslim School HolidaysCoalition for Muslim School Holidays   
The New Administration: Exploring the Latina PerspectiveMaria Hinojosa   
A PEN Speak Out: Talking Transition–Sustaining New York as America’s Literary and Intellectual CapitalPEN America   
Culture at the TableArts & Democracy ProjectNaturally Occurring Cultural Districts-New York  
The Important Role of Ethnic Media: And How the de Blasio Administration Can Engage With ItThe Center for Community and Ethnic Media, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism   
POV Sunday: Brooklyn Castle & American PromisePBS POV   
Toward a 21st Century City for AllToward a 21st Century City for AllOffice of Council member Brad LanderProfessor John Mollenkopf 
From The Personal to PolicyReel Works   
Civic Engagement
Dinner Table ConversationTalking Transition   
Community Mural PaintingGroundswell   
Toward a 21st Century City for AllToward a 21st Century City for AllOffice of Council member Brad LanderProfessor John Mollenkopf 
The Important Role of Ethnic Media: And How the de Blasio Administration Can Engage With ItThe Center for Community and Ethnic Media, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism   
Community Organizing in Communities of ColorThe Brotherhood/Sister SolLife Camp Inc.The Gathering for JusticeBrooklyn Movement Center
200 Youth Strong:  Because Your Voice MattersCoro New York Leadership Center   
Citizens' Happy HourThe New American Tavern   
Oh, What a Beautiful City!Drum Major Institute   
Every School A Community SchoolChildren's Aid Society   
Talking Public School Parent EngagementNYCPublic.org   
The Uni: A Pop-Up Reading Room for New York CityThe Uni Project   
City Council Speaker Community ForumCommunity Voices Heard   
Exploring the Latina Perspective on the New AdministrationMaria Hinojosa   
Scaling Up Participatory Budgeting as a Tool for Direct Democracy in NYCCommunity Voices HeardThe Participatory Budgeting Project  
21st Century City: The Social Impact of Data & TechnologyNew York Tech MeetupControl Group  
Education
Education for a 21st Century Economy: Career & Technical Education, and The Future of NYC Public SchoolsUrban Assembly   
A+ NYC: An Education Roadmap for the Next MayorA+NYC   
Great Public Schools: What Does It Take… A Conversation with PrincipalsNYC Outward Bound Schools   
One People, Many Voices: Jews Talk TransitionCongregation Beth Elohim   
Lunch 4 LearningCommunity Food Advocates   
Putting the Public Back in Public Education:  Education as a Civil RightNew York Urban League   
POV Sunday: Brooklyn Castle & American PromisePBS POV   
Solutions, Not Suspensions!Dignity in Schools Campaign-New York   
The Last GED Graduation CeremonyLiteracy Partners   
Every School A Community SchoolChildren's Aid Society   
Laboratories of Innovation: NYC Charters Share What Works #forNYCkidsFamilies for Excellent Schools   
Talking Public School Parent EngagementNYCPublic.org   
Voices of NYC YouthDowntown Community Television Center   
The Uni: A Pop-Up Reading Room for New York CityThe Uni Project   
NYC Beacons: An Infrastructure for Equity, Learning and Community EngagementYouth Development Institute   
Bronx: Leading The ChangePhipps Community Development CorporationHostos Community College  
Campaign for Children: Strengthening NYC’s Early Childhood Education & After-School SystemsCampaign for Children   
A Faithful Discourse: NYC Catholics Discern the Next AdministrationThe Jesuit Collaborative   
Blueprint for NeighborhoodsUnited Neighborhood Houses   
Accessing Justice for New York ImmigrantsKathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic   
Educate Don't Incarcerate: Reversing the School-to-Prison PipelineNew York Reentry Education NetworkEducation from the Inside Out CoalitionCenter for Institutional and Social ChangeJohn Jay's Prisoner Reentry Institute
Asian Pacific American New Yorkers CountCoalition for Asian American Children and Families   
Recognition, Inclusion & Respect: A Case for Muslim School HolidaysCoalition for Muslim School Holidays   
Youth Talking Climate Resilience & Community Sustainability SolutionsGlobal Kids Inc.   
Town MeetingTalking Transition   
From The Personal to PolicyReel Works   
NYC in the Lead: Perspectives on Immigrant Integration EffortsThe New York Immigration Coalition   
200 Youth Strong:  Because Your Voice MattersCoro New York Leadership Center   
Environment
Youth Talking Climate Resilience & Community Sustainability SolutionsGlobal Kids Inc.   
Sustainable, Healthy, and Resilient ConstructionUrban Green Council   
Staten Island After Sandy: Grassroots Power and Ongoing NeedLong Term Recovery OrganizationStaten Island Not-For-Profit Association  
The New Resilient City: Big Infrastructure Meets Community FabricThe Municipal Art Society of New YorkHR&A Advisors, Inc.  
From the Edge of Disaster: How Activists and Insiders Can Use the Lessons of Hurricane Sandy to Make the City SaferNorth Star Fund   
The Future of Food Policy in the Post-Bloomberg EraWagner Food Policy AllianceJust Food  
Rethinking Regulation: New Priorities for City BuildingThe Municipal Art Society of New York   
Four Immediate Ways to Equitably Improve NYC’s ParksNew Yorkers for Parks   
Building a New Economy that Works for All New YorkersNew Economy Project   
Health & Social Services
Food Justice: The Future of Food in NYCEcoStation:NY   
Single Stop USA BoothSingle Stop USA   
Advancing Economic Justice For Women and Families in New York CityNew York Women's Foundation   
Meeting the Health Needs of All New Yorkers: Priorities for Vulnerable PopulationsNew York State Health Foundation   
Building an "Age Equality" Platform in NYCAARP   
NYC in the Lead: Perspectives on Immigrant Integration EffortsThe New York Immigration Coalition   
Ending AIDS in New York CityVOCAL-NY   
The Future of Food Policy in the Post-Bloomberg EraWagner Food Policy AllianceJust Food  
Record NYC Homelessness:  What the New Mayor Can DoCoalition for the HomelessHomeless Services UnitedUnited to End Homeless-ness 
Accessing Justice for New York ImmigrantsKathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic   
Coping with Vision Loss and Other Disabilities: Everybody's BusinessVISIONS Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired   
Are We There Yet? Next Steps in New York City’s Journey to LGBT Equality and Justice.The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender, Community Center   
One People, Many Voices: Jews Talk TransitionCongregation Beth Elohim   
Lunch 4 LearningCommunity Food Advocates   
Mapping the Future of Drug Policy in NYCVOCAL-NYDrug Policy Alliance  
Left/Right/Forward: Tent Talk with the Working Families Party and the Manhattan InstituteManhattan InstituteWorking Families Party  
The Important Role of Ethnic Media: And How the de Blasio Administration Can Engage With ItThe Center for Community and Ethnic Media, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism   
Housing
Sustainable, Healthy, and Resilient ConstructionUrban Green Council   
Staten Island After Sandy: Grassroots Power and Ongoing NeedLong Term Recovery OrganizationStaten Island Not-For-Profit Association  
A Path to "Real" Affordable HousingNew York Communitites for Change   
The New Resilient City: Big Infrastructure Meets Community FabricThe Municipal Art Society of New YorkHR&A Advisors, Inc.  
What Is Affordable Housing?Center for Urban Pedagogy   
A Faithful Discourse: NYC Catholics Discern the Next AdministrationThe Jesuit Collaborative   
Innovative Ideas for Preserving Affordable HousingCenter for NYC Neighborhoods   
The Future of Harlem & Northern Manhattan, the First 100 daysWest Harlem Progressive Democratic Club   
NYC 2040: Housing the Next One Million New YorkersCenter for Urban Real Estate   
Record NYC Homelessness:  What the New Mayor Can DoCoalition for the HomelessHomeless Services UnitedUnited to End Homeless-ness 
Making Property Taxes Fairer: Ideas for the Next AdministrationFurman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy, New York University   
Left/Right/Forward: Tent Talk with the Working Families Party and the Manhattan InstituteManhattan InstituteWorking Families Party  
Are We There Yet? Next Steps in New York City’s Journey to LGBT Equality and Justice.The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender, Community Center   
Town MeetingTalking Transition   
Jobs & Economy
Neighborhood Entrepreneurs, Neighborhood JobsNYC BID Association   
Talking Transition in BrooklynBrooklyn Chamber of Commerce   
Building an Economy That Works for All of UsMake The Road New York   
de Bagels and de BlasioTalking Transition   
Labor Standing Up For Labor: The Road Ahead    
B Corps Using Business as a Force for Good in NYCB Corporation   
Blueprint for NeighborhoodsUnited Neighborhood Houses   
Harnessing Disruptive InnovationTribeca Film FestivalDisruptor Foundation  
Building a New Economy that Works for All New YorkersNew Economy Project   
From Motto to Movement: What NYC's Millennials Want to See Happen in the First 100 DaysRoosevelt Institute | Pipeline   
Asian Pacific American New Yorkers CountCoalition for Asian American Children and Families   
Toward a 21st Century City for AllToward a 21st Century City for AllOffice of Council member Brad LanderProfessor John Mollenkopf 
Advancing Economic Justice For Women and Families in New York CityNew York Women's Foundation   
Education for a 21st Century Economy: Career & Technical Education, and The Future of NYC Public SchoolsUrban Assembly   
Meeting the Health Needs of All New Yorkers: Priorities for Vulnerable PopulationsNew York State Health Foundation   
Artists' Challenges and Opportunities in the Next Four YearsNew York Foundation for the Arts   
Bronx: Leading The ChangePhipps Community Development Corporation   
The Future of Harlem & Northern Manhattan, the First 100 daysWest Harlem Progressive Democratic Club   
Thrive in QueensNoguchi Museum   
Are We There Yet? Next Steps in New York City’s Journey to LGBT Equality and Justice.The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender, Community Center   
21st Century City: The Social Impact of Data & TechnologyNew York Tech MeetupControl Group  
Management & Budget
Budget 360: An Overview of New York City's BudgetCenter for Employment Opportunities   
From the Edge of Disaster: How Activists and Insiders Can Use the Lessons of Hurricane Sandy to Make the City SaferNorth Star Fund   
Transition Chiefs in ConversationOpen Society Foundations   
Innovative Policies for the Innovative City: A Look at the future of New York City Through the Lens of Innovative PoliciesCenter for an Urban FutureNYU Wagner Innovation Labs  
How To Make a Budget in 90 Days or LessCitizens Budget Commission   
Left/Right/Forward: Tent Talk with the Working Families Party and the Manhattan InstituteManhattan InstituteWorking Families Party  
Rethinking Regulation: New Priorities for City BuildingThe Municipal Art Society of New York   
Making Property Taxes Fairer: Ideas for the Next AdministrationFurman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy, New York University   
Protecting the Waterfront and Revitalizing it for Fun, Recreation, Commerce, and TransportationMetropolitan Waterfront Alliance   
City Council Speaker Community ForumCommunity Voices Heard   
Scaling Up Participatory Budgeting as a Tool for Direct Democracy in NYCCommunity Voices HeardThe Participatory Budgeting Project  
21st Century City: The Social Impact of Data & TechnologyNew York Tech MeetupControl Group  
Harnessing Disruptive InnovationTribeca Film FestivalDisruptor Foundation  
Building a New Economy that Works for All New YorkersNew Economy Project   
Blueprint for NeighborhoodsUnited Neighborhood Houses   
Building Interagency Cultural PartnershipsOne Percent For Culture   
Parks & Public Spaces
Four Immediate Ways to Equitably Improve NYC’s ParksNew Yorkers for Parks   
The Future of Transportation in NYCRegional Plan Association   
The New Resilient City: Big Infrastructure Meets Community FabricThe Municipal Art Society of New YorkHR&A Advisors, Inc.  
The Uni: A Pop-Up Reading Room for New York CityThe Uni Project   
Protecting the Waterfront and Revitalizing it for Fun, Recreation, Commerce, and TransportationMetropolitan Waterfront Alliance   
Public Safety & Law Enforcement
Mapping the Future of Drug Policy in NYCVOCAL-NYDrug Policy Alliance  
Fair Policing for AllCommunities United for Police Reform   
Educate Don't Incarcerate: Reversing the School-to-Prison PipelineNew York Reentry Education NetworkEducation from the Inside Out CoalitionCenter for Institutional and Social ChangeJohn Jay's Prisoner Reentry Institute
Town MeetingTalking Transition   
Giving Formerly Incarcerated Men & Women a Voice in GovernmentThe Fortune Society   
From The Personal to PolicyReel Works   
Conversations with Police ChiefsOpen Society Foundations   
NYC in the Lead: Perspectives on Immigrant Integration EffortsThe New York Immigration Coalition   
200 Youth Strong: Because Your Voice MattersCoro New York Leadership Center   
Solutions, Not Suspensions!Dignity in Schools Campaign-New York   
Community Organizing in Communities of ColorThe Brotherhood/Sister SolLife Camp Inc.The Gathering for JusticeBrooklyn Movement Center
Transportation
Take Back Your Street: DIY Traffic SafetyTransportation AlternativesOpen Plans  
The Future of Transportation in NYCRegional Plan Association   
Protecting the Waterfront and Revitalizing it for Fun, Recreation,
Commerce, and Transportation
Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance   

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