“Upper Manhattan is a working-class community. People are working from check to check and trying to pay their rent and bills. We have to think about how we can empower them through ownership. […] Ensuring that people in this community have the same opportunities other people do in different communities is vital.”
Zead Ramadan, Executive Director of @WestHarlem_DC, spoke to Neighbors about the power of community and how his passion for advocacy led him to the helm of the WHDC. Read the full interview at the link in bio.