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Report - December 2021

Video - Branches To Recovery: Tapping The Power Of NYC’s Public Libraries To Rebuild A More Equitabl

To make progress toward a more equitable city, NYC has an incomparable asset in nearly every neighborhood: its 217 public branch libraries. Check out CUF's new report video that explains why.

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Report - November 2021

Branches to Recovery: Tapping the Power of NYC’s Public Libraries to Rebuild a More Equitable City

Libraries are already among the city’s largest and most trusted providers of programs and services aligned with New Yorkers’ greatest needs. With a clear citywide strategy and a new level of investment, their impact could be even greater.

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Data - November 2021

Expanding Registered Apprenticeships in NYC

While New York State has made significant progress in expanding registered apprenticeships since 2018, New York City has seen little growth. With renewed support, the city has the opportunity to leverage this high-impact training model and make apprenticeships in high-growth industries like tech and healthcare a key component of an inclusive economic recovery.

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Data - November 2021

Before the Next Flood: NYC Needs More Progress Building Green Infrastructure

While the city has made significant progress in ramping up the construction of green infrastructure, it has fallen short of state-mandated targets and struggled to finish construction on thousands of green infrastructure assets in a timely manner. The next administration needs to expand its goals and accelerate construction throughout the city.

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Event - November 2021

Branches of Recovery: Harnessing Public Libraries to Rebuild a More Equitable City

On November 30th, the Center for an Urban Future held a policy symposium that explored how to unlock the full potential of New York's branch libraries—and make them a centerpiece of the social infrastructure needed to cultivate an inclusive recovery and build a more equitable city.

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Event - November 2021

Speaker Candidates Forum: A New Vision for Open Space!

On November 17th, New Yorkers for Parks, New York League of Conservation Voters, Regional Plan Association, and Center for an Urban Future held a virtual Council Speaker Candidates Forum, "A New Vision for Open Space!"

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