Our City. Our Future.
The Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP) + Teachers Unite
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About this PSA

Our city's budget decides how much money goes to different public services and resources that New Yorkers need like schools, trash pick-ups, and libraries. Communities can come together to build power and pressure decisionmakers to fund the things our city needs. Click here to learn the different parts of the budget, who makes decisions about it, and when the best times to get involved are. 

About the Organization

The Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP) uses the power of art and design to increase meaningful civic engagement, in partnership with historically marginalized communities. CUP collaborates with organizations, like Teachers Unite, and designers, like Noah Jodice, to make information about public policy, processes, and systems, accessible.

Teachers Unite is a member-led organization of New York City public school educators working alongside students and parents to end the school-to-prison pipeline, organize for racial and economic justice, and transform schools to meet the needs of young people.