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April 22, 2015
For Immediate Release: April 22, 2015
Contact: Emma Woods, email@example.com, 646-200-5303
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In response to the release of Mayor de Blasio’s OneNYC plan, Citizens’ Committee for Children released the following statement:
“A sustainable, resilient, equitable New York City is one in which children and families in every community can thrive. We applaud the Mayor’s OneNYC plan for advancing economic, environmental, and social justice for all New Yorkers. The plan seeks to create a greener, cleaner, safer city that improves health and economic outcomes for children and families; emphasizes the importance of early childhood education and community schools as key drivers of social mobility; and promotes access to neighborhood-based health and mental health services, healthy affordable foods, and parks and playgrounds. OneNYC is a roadmap designed to lift up children, families, and all of New York City and we look forward to working with the de Blasio Administration to ensure it is implemented.”
About Citizen’s Committee for Children
Citizens’ Committee for Children (CCC) educates and mobilizes New Yorkers to make the city a better place for children. CCC’s advocacy combines public policy research and data analysis with citizen action. CCC casts light on the issues, educates the public, engages allies, and identifies and promotes practical solutions to ensure that every New York City child is healthy, housed, educated and safe. For more information about CCC, visit www.cccnewyork.org.