This public art campaign produced by Times Square Arts, For Freedoms, and Poster House, features PSAs and messages of love, gratitude, and solidarity with New York City's health care and essential workers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted the economic and physical health of black and latinx communities in New York for a wide variety of reasons, including but not limited to the fact that minorities are more likely to be part of the essential workforce than other racial and ethnic groups. In addition to our thanks, these essential workers deserve hazard pay and...
Voting has always been challenging for people living with disabilities, and this year, the pandemic has created even more obstacles for the more than 38 million eligible voters who have disabilities (16 percent of the electorate).Voters with disabilities deserve equal opportunity to vote and equal access to polling places. To learn more about voting resources for people with disabilities, visit the NYC Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities website here.
America's promise is that each of us has an equal voice in our democracy and equal opportunity in our economy.This PSA reminds us that voters of every race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, age, culture and ability are equally American and our power is derived from the diversity of our electorate.