As those furthest behind economically find themselves on the front lines, we need policies that put needs of people furthest behind first to ensure health and well-being for all of us.
As public budgets shrink, ensuring health and well-being requires re-defining spending priorities, greater public participation and transparency in budget and planning processes, and reframing debates about taxation and governance. And we need to build collective power and unity to achieve this. Link to join Webinar https://pitt.zoom.us/j/96808717357
Jessie Ramey, Chair, City of Pittsburgh Gender Equity Commission
Randall Taylor, Penn Plaza Support & Action Coalition & former School Board member.
Facilitator: Jam Hammond, City of Pittsburgh Commission on Human Relations