Our community is rapidly changing. Xamayla supports policies that help residents stay in their own homes. She is against over development as it destroys the character of our neighborhoods and pushes residents out through gentrification.
We’ve lost a lot of our affordable housing in our neighborhoods. Home is here and we should fight for it so we can stay here
Our schools are severely under-resourced. Xamayla is interested in partnerships to uplift the talent of our youth.
Parents shouldn’t have to nickel and dime the price of private schools in order for their children receive a quality education. Our public schools need to be able to be a viable option our community without school administrators self funding projects .
It’s hard to navigate our government as a US citizen Xamayla continues to work on behalf of immigrant neighbors. will work to make sure resource are accessible to all communities in our District and to provide more translated materials in Haitian Creole, Urdu, and more.
Xamayla wants to make sure immigrant families in our community receive the same support and services provided by city agencies. Workshops and free services when it comes to applying for citizenship, workforce assistance and other forms of empowerment.
COVID-19 left many of our small businesses struggling . We can’t let bureaucracy and red tape cripple our business owners. Let’s work to support our business corridor, because they are the lifeline of our community’s economic activity.
Recovery wont be easy or quick but it is possible when we work together with our small businesses.
What are the issues that matter to you?
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