HOUSING FOR ALL / IMPROVING AND PROTECTING NYCHA: ENDING CORRUPTION AND RESTORING DIGNITY

HOUSING FOR ALL / IMPROVING AND PROTECTING NYCHA: ENDING CORRUPTION AND RESTORING DIGNITY

Permanent, secured, reliable, and dignified housing is a human right and, if elected, Frangell will serve for permanent affordable housing and he will fight against the institutionalized prejudice and classism that stands against the constituents of New York – 15 and lower-income Americans. Frangell and his family lost from their childhood apartment on the Grand Concourse when he was eleven…

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM: AS A NATION, WE WILL HEAL AND WE WILL COME TOGETHER

CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM: AS A NATION, WE WILL HEAL AND WE WILL COME TOGETHER

Our nation’s criminal justice is fundamentally broken and disproportionally affects and targets African Americans, Hispanics, and lower-income Whites, reflecting our nation’s healing history of discrimination, prejudice, classism, and crusade against low-income people. Frangell believes that we, as a people, as a nation, need to move to abolishing our criminal justice system and reconstruct how it addresses all of our people…

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IMMIGRATION REFORM: CHOOSING TO RESPECT, HONOR AND REAFFIRM IMMIGRATION IN OUR NATION

IMMIGRATION REFORM: CHOOSING TO RESPECT, HONOR AND REAFFIRM IMMIGRATION IN OUR NATION

Frangell’s grandmother and his father were the first in his family to arrive to America. His grandmother took a leap of faith, crossed the waters from the Dominican Republic and moved to Puerto Rico, before being joined by his father. Frangell’s father spent his teenage and early adulthood years travelling between Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, partly to visit…

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