I’m not asking for your vote lightly. I firmly believe that we can work together to put people over profits here in District 8. When you go to the polls on August 24, I want you to know that I stand with you in revitalizing our district and building fair access to resources that everyone deserves to thrive instead of merely surviving.
These ideas will continue the work I’ve been a part of for almost two decades in our district. I’ve protested, advocated for our rights in front of city hall, and organized around these issues while others have sat in boardrooms and ignored our basic needs.
I want to hear from you! My first priority is making sure I’m accessible to hear your concerns, hopes, and dreams as my neighbor in District 8. I plan on contacting residents throughout the district before August to hear what you want to see in the community. If you’d like to get in touch with me, feel free to visit my contact page.
Everyone deserves a safe place to call home, and I have several ideas on how to make this idea a reality. Many of these ideas come from frameworks and plans that the city council has already voted on, which have sat gathering dust for nearly a decade. We need a council that will put these ideas into action.
Addressing Crime at the Root
Preserving History and Affordable Home Ownership
Improving Public Infrastructure and Transportation
Our district deserves the same access to public funding and nutritious food as everywhere else in Birmingham. Here’s what we’ll do to secure this tangible enrichment in our community.
Empowering Small Black Business Owners
If we’re going to build a better future for District 8, we need to ensure that it includes our children. Here are a few ways we’ll work to make that happen.
Safer Places and Activities
By this point, you’ve read a lot of promises. Here’s how I’ll turn those promises into results.
Developing Community Resources
Following Neighborhood Leadership
Transparency and Accountability