Don’t Steal Possible
We can be the generation that ends inequality in New York City — but first, we have to end it in our schools.
In today’s New York, schools are divided into haves and have-nots. In the city’s top 141 schools, the vast majority of children are white or Asian. But in New York City’s 850 lowest-performing schools — which enroll over 478,000 students — nine out of every ten children are Black or Hispanic.
It’s time for New Yorkers to come together — from Coney Island to the South Bronx — to level the playing field for New York City’s kids. Join us today to demand equal opportunity in our schools.