Shield our residents.
- Protect our people from the effects – financial and otherwise – of federal tax cuts and discriminatory policies.
- Preserve New York's sanctuary city status and continue funding to support detained immigrants.
Reform our criminal justice system.
- Refocus our policing efforts on community-led protection.
- Reorient our court and prison system around care and rehabilitation.
- Legalize marijuana to eliminate unnecessary arrests and free up resources for our criminal justice system to focus on violent crimes.
Listen, learn and connect.
- Create a single forum for our human rights movements to co-locate their operations, organize and engage with our administration.
- Work with residents to craft policies and legislation around human rights protections.
Cultivate a culture of empathy and compassion.
- Drive systemic cultural change within government by providing ongoing ‘respect training’ and implementing new legislation to protect our persecuted and vulnerable communities - LGBQ and trans people, people of color, people of faith, immigrants, people with disabilities, girls and women, and our seniors.
Strengthen our neighborhoods.
- Empower our neighborhoods with community-led policing, community-led zoning and community-led retail and economic development.
- Avoid displacement by offering new housing subsidies and support services.
Our League of Love will be an intersectional Human Rights Council — a representative body for rights organizations and movements across the country and around the world. Like the UN, it will include a physical space in NYC to provide member organizations with offices and amenities and a forum for open dialogue, collaboration and coordination.