Hundreds of Local Elected Officials, Advocates, and New Yorkers Decry Mayor Adams’ Destructive Raids on Homeless New Yorkers 

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In just his first few months in office, Mayor Eric Adams has launched a devastating offensive on unhoused New Yorkers, systematically demolishing nearly 200 subway or street encampments where street homeless New Yorkers have gathered themselves and their limited possessions. The Adams administration decision to dismantle homeless encampments reached a peak this week, as the city faces frigid temperatures and an ongoing pandemic, and the Mayor has vowed to remove all encampments by Friday, April 1, when the search and destroy mission for new encampments will begin again. Meanwhile, this administration is proposing to cut critical funding to housing programs and has done nothing to open up existing supportive housing units.  

By enacting failed “broken windows” policies of the past, Mayor Adams has made it clear that he is more concerned about appearances than the lives of homeless New Yorkers. Mayor Adams’ sweeps are about creating a sanitized appearance of order, safety, and security, despite the harm it causes our most vulnerable neighbors. The City, unwilling to do the difficult long-term work of ensuring true safety and stability, which includes deeply investing in housing, sanitation, education, transit, economic support, and health, is instead scapegoating unhoused New Yorkers. We, the undersigned New Yorkers, elected officials, advocates, organizations, and directly impacted people, reject Mayor Adams anti-homeless campaign, and offer our vision where all New Yorkers are housed, and housing is truly a human right. 

Mayor Adams has couched his approach in terms of connecting people with services, and has called street homelessness “inhumane.” Yet, his approach is far more inhumane, as sweeps of the subway and street encampments are violent, damaging, and ineffective at connecting homeless New Yorkers with services or housing. The Mayor is forcing street homeless people to choose between two terrible options: to sleep on the streets or return to temporary congregate shelters that many unhoused people avoid due to terrible past experiences, restrictive rules, and/or lack of safety. None of these choices houses people in permanent, stable, and safe housing. The truth lies in the numbers. According to the Brooklyn Paper and city data, of the nearly 260 people the City sweeped on March 27, 2022, just 13 elected to head to a shelter.

The Mayor’s sweeps do little more than force the movement of street homeless New Yorkers from one place to another, often after losing their limited possessions in the process, possessions that aided in outdoor survival, in sometimes brutal weather conditions. These efforts leave people in more precarious situations than they began in. And the Mayor’s policy violates CDC guidance on the spread of COVID-19, as movement and dispersing of people creates the potential for infectious disease spread, as reported by the Gothamist.   

Furthermore, the Mayor is targeting homeless New Yorkers in a misinformation campaign that associates unhoused people with violence, despite the fact that homeless New Yorkers are more likely to be victims or survivors of violence than perpetrators, especially those who are street homeless. 2021 was one of the deadliest years for homeless New Yorkers. Homeless New Yorkers have also been blamed for trash build up despite the fact that, as in the case of the BQE encampment, members of the encampment routinely worked with the Sanitation Department and neighbors in clearing  trash often left by drivers and businesses. This rhetoric distracts us from the real work needed to house New Yorkers in safe, permanent housing.  

The City could end homelessness today. Unhoused New Yorkers and advocates working with them have been articulating the solutions to homelessness and street-based homelessness for years. Yet, instead of listening, the City keeps employing the same failed, inhumane, violent policies that hurt, devastate, and violate homeless New Yorkers instead of housing them. 

What is needed is clear. The City could support and house New Yorkers by restructuring street homeless outreach to meet needs in a harm reductionist approach, meet their immediate needs, end discriminatory screening for supportive housing placement, and end policing of street homeless New Yorkers, as recommended by Human.nyc and The People’s Plan. According to the Post, enough units of supportive housing to house all street homeless New Yorkers are sitting vacant because of bureaucratic inefficiency, under-resourcing, and discriminatory screenings that leave out New Yorkers who need housing and support the most. Street homeless New Yorkers also should be offered single occupancy “safe haven” units, as advocates from Coalition for the Homeless, VOCAL, and the Safety Net Project recommend.

In addition to these more short term measures, the City must fundamentally right-size the budgets for housing New Yorkers permanently and in the long run. The homelessness crisis facing our city will only worsen as the Mayor’s budget proposal aims to slash funding from services critical to servicing community members at risk of or currently experiencing homelessness. Under the Mayor’s current budget proposal, there are no increases in capital budgets for Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) or the City’s public housing authority (NYCHA). The proposal also cuts expense budgets and personnel from HPD, Department of Homeless Services (DHS), and Department of Social Services (DSS). 

According to The People’s Plan, the City must fund urgent increases for caseworkers to meet the needs of the City’s expanded voucher program. This would aid in a rapid transition of unhoused people from shelters to permanent housing. The City must invest $4 billion per year for NYCHA repairs and HPD’s preservation and creation of affordable housing, as recommended by United for Housing. The City should also put increased resources into Right to Counsel and the Anti-Harassment Tenant Protection Program to ensure more New Yorkers are protected from eviction and homelessness. The City should also reform CityFHEPS to make it easier for New Yorkers to access and retain the voucher to keep immediately housing people under this important policy. Finally, instead of letting go of city workers and utilizing city workers in the destruction of homeless encampments, the City could repurpose workers to roles critical to actually housing New Yorkers in emergency and permanent housing, as recommended by City Workers for Justice. 

We urge the mayor and city council to pass a budget that provides housing, dignity, and care for unhoused New Yorkers, and includes deep investments in expense and capital housing budgets as listed above. We also urge the Council to include these investments in their Council budget response, and use their legislative and oversight power to stop the mayor’s damaging actions.

Signatories:

Elected Officials & Organizations (60+): 

  1. Council Member Sandy Nurse
  2. Council Member Tiffany Cabán
  3. Council Member Shahana Hanif
  4. Council Member Carmen De La Rosa
  5. Councilwoman Kristin Richardson Jordan
  6. Council Member Diana Ayala
  7. Council Member Chi Ossé
  8. Émilia Decaudin, Democratic District Leader, AD 37, Part A
  9. Shawna Morlock, Democratic District Leader
  10. Daniel Shin, Democratic County Committee Member ED27/AD34
  11. Benjamin D Wetzler, Democratic District Leader 76th AD Part A
  12. The People’s Plan
  13. City Workers for Justice
  14. Safety Net Project of the Urban Justice Center
  15. Metropolitan Council on Housing
  16. Community Kinship Life
  17. Pratt Center for Community Development
  18. Churches United for Fair Housing
  19. Housing Works
  20. Open Hearts Initiative
  21. The Ali Forney Center
  22. Jews For Racial & Economic Justice
  23. Parole Preparation Project
  24. Chinese Progressive Association
  25. Covid Bail Out NYC
  26. Rising Together 
  27. Equality For Flatbush
  28. New Economy Project
  29. Tenants & Neighbors 
  30. Woodside on the Move
  31. Project Hajra 
  32. NYC Democratic Socialists of America
  33. Uptown Progressive Action, a NYPAN chapter
  34. NYC Metro Raging Grannies
  35. Bronx Progressives 
  36. Riders For Black Lives
  37. 89 Street Tenants Unidos
  38. GAPIMNY – Empowering Queer & Trans Asian Pacific Islanders
  39. HousingPlus
  40. UES Mutual Aid Network
  41. Socialist Alternative NYC
  42. South Bronx Mutual Aid
  43. Rise and Resist NYC
  44. Granny Peace Brigade
  45. Street Vendor Project, Urban Justice Center
  46. Coalition for Asian American Children and Families
  47. DRUM – Desis Rising Up & Moving
  48. Campaign Against Racism – NYC Chapter
  49. MinKwon Center for Community Action
  50. NY State Young Democrats
  51. Greater NYC for Change
  52. CAAAV: Organizing Asian Communities
  53. Community Education Council District 14
  54. Students Break The Silence
  55. Western Queens Community Land Trust
  56. SURJ (Showing Up for Racial Justice) NYC
  57. The Illuminator
  58. Open New York
  59. Sunnyside & Woodside Mutual Aid
  60. Princess Janae Place
  61. National Women’s Liberation
  62. 75 MacDonough Tenant Union
  63. Crown Heights Tenant Union
  64. UHAB | Urban Homesteading Assistance Board
  65. New York Communist Party
  66. GLSEN Lower Hudson Valley
  67. Black Lives Matter Brooklyn
  68. Radical Love Free Store

Individuals (700+)

  1. Collin Craig
  2. Ilana Novick
  3. Michael Sutherland
  4. Krista Reilly 
  5. Mohit Mookim
  6. Jeanette Estima
  7. Barbara Ross
  8. Raven McLaughlin
  9. Tom Knight
  10. Josephine Steuer Ingall
  11. Dolapo
  12. Moses Zucker Goren
  13. Michel Legendre
  14. Jess Baker
  15. Alice Sturm Sutter, retired family nurse practitioner
  16. Ting Barrow
  17. Nydia Leaf, MS.Education
  18. Linda Novenski
  19. Bob Roberts
  20. Rosa Naparstek
  21. Rachel Sietz 
  22. Elise Goldin
  23. Sabrina Bazile
  24. Eugene Hamond
  25. Andrew T Lenton
  26. Devan Cronshaw
  27. Alan Abraham
  28. Hillary Caldwell
  29. Frances Huang, Directly Impacted New Yorker
  30. Terrea Mitchell
  31. Sarah Corwin
  32. Paula Z. Segal
  33. Michael Russoniello
  34. Jenny Akchin 
  35. Jenny Dubnau
  36. Ashar E Foley
  37. Sophia Cajigas
  38. Claribel Morales 
  39. Mara Brigid Morrigan, Directly Impacted New Yorker
  40. Ashley M. Viruet, Esq.
  41. Danielle Khalife
  42. Jessica Guerrasio 
  43. Julia Duranti-Martinez
  44. Kathy Martino
  45. Rachel Anderson
  46. Kelly Vaughan
  47. Edgar Alfonseca
  48. Kimberly Marable
  49. Bailey Borchardt
  50. Anuja Pothireddy 
  51. Laurae C.
  52. Nancy Bruning
  53. Jeff McLaughlin
  54. Jessica Steinke
  55. Jenny Heinz
  56. Richard Day
  57. Fiona Taylor
  58. Arnold Gore
  59. Craig Hughes, MA, M. Phil, LMSW
  60. ​​Brittany Ford, Directly Impacted New Yorker
  61. Helen Carey
  62. Eloise Kaehny 
  63. Lauren Hayden
  64. Oph A. 
  65. Joanne Koslofsky 
  66. April Oh 
  67. Cade Steinmetz-Silber
  68. Mike Martin
  69. Doreen Brittingham, Directly Impacted New Yorker
  70. Shaili Gandhi
  71. Charles Gelman
  72. Sylvia Morse
  73. R Jacobson
  74. Carly Rothstein
  75. Boaz Dolny-Lipsy
  76. Pablo Zevallos
  77. Luna Malachowski Bajak
  78. Jess Bees
  79. Aaron Carr (Housing Rights Initiative)
  80. Martha Tenney
  81. Amanda Tiller
  82. Paula Galowitz 
  83. Roni Pitkowsky
  84. Stephanie Evans
  85. Kari Belsheim
  86. Milan Charles 
  87. Dawn Papacena
  88. Kristin Borden
  89. Kallyn Krash
  90. Alex Sniderman 
  91. Vivian Jackson
  92. Janet Harmon 
  93. Katharine Russell 
  94. Elizabeth Dukes 
  95. Henry Gilpin 
  96. Julia Browne
  97. Irene Friedland, LMSW
  98. Constance Dondore
  99. Staci Barton
  100. Michela Ratto
  101. Gretchen Kunz
  102. Joelle Boyle
  103. Marcia Esparza, Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
  104. Caralee McElroy-Crocamo
  105. Casey Levine-Beard 
  106. Rachel Vishanoff
  107. Erinrose Mager
  108. Allison Corbett 
  109. Chloe Tosh
  110. Samantha Lily Kumar
  111. Laura Colleluori
  112. Michael Beltzer 
  113. Adam Jacobson 
  114. David Vassar
  115. Lindsay Cruz
  116. Michele Pellar
  117. Samara Weiss
  118. Michelle Pham
  119. Marilena Marchetti 
  120. Emma Meyerson
  121. Stuart Aaronson
  122. Conan A. 
  123. Erin Bauer
  124. Jason Pomar
  125. Rev. Dr. Alan Bentz-Letts
  126. Rachel McGuire
  127. Joaquin Jutt
  128. Gina Hsu
  129. Sergio Morua-Martinez
  130. Lynn Lewis
  131. Komal Bansal
  132. Pat Paredes
  133. Anne Boggan
  134. Alexa Llibre
  135. Sarah Townley
  136. Julia Valencikova 
  137. Anna Miller
  138. Bill Bruno
  139. Nicole Catá
  140. Ozzie Araujo
  141. Mark Durrant
  142. Theo Swanson
  143. Ariel Neema Blake
  144. Jeremiah Cedeño
  145. George Cedeño
  146. Jorge Cedeño
  147. Diana Cedeño
  148. Bryan Welton
  149. Sara Nogueira Lago 
  150. Ashwin Rastogi
  151. Nick scaglione
  152. Mairéad Boyle
  153. Felicity Doyle
  154. Robert Smith III
  155. Cheuk-Ning Li
  156. Stuart Chen-Hayes, Ph.D., Professor & Department Chair, CUNY Lehman College
  157. Eric Shapiro
  158. Cailin Hollis Potami
  159. Andrey Chichagov 
  160. Jonah Lynch
  161. Gabe Radley
  162. Kiki Griffin
  163. Maya Alfandary
  164. Dylan Larson-Harsch
  165. Sarah Paliotta
  166. Helen Meneses
  167. Carly choppin
  168. Miriam Herrera 
  169. Rachel Miller
  170. Eli Ross
  171. Elizabeth Mellen
  172. Nicolle Loayza
  173. Elizabeth Ratto
  174. Chelsey Davis
  175. Alyson Sheehan
  176. Bella Rabinovich 
  177. Annmarie Aquino 
  178. Dennis Cahill
  179. Edda J. Santiago, Esq.
  180. David Ernst 
  181. Alisa Gambardella
  182. Kara Hayward
  183. Ivonne Ortega
  184. Julie Zarmer 
  185. Hailey Klabo
  186. Julie Zarmer 
  187. Hailey Klabo
  188. Mike Perles
  189. Genna Ayres
  190. Nadia Swanson
  191. Hannah S. Campbell
  192. Randal Wilhite, Esq.
  193. Connery O’Brien
  194. Melanie Wallace
  195. Blaire Ludwig
  196. Angela N Ball
  197. Ashley Kuenneke
  198. Lilibeth Rivera
  199. Turner Popalis
  200. Mark Francis
  201. Shabd Simon-Alexander
  202. Heather Brody
  203. Adam Schachner
  204. Jacqueleen Eng
  205. Jair Froome
  206. Noah Balder
  207. June Zaccone
  208. Diya Vij
  209. Acacia pyle
  210. Courtney Engelstein, CASAC, LCSW
  211. Andy Hale
  212. Will Depoo
  213. Alex Wasalinko
  214. Shannon Sullivan
  215. JL Marlor
  216. Bright D Limm
  217. Katie Unger
  218. Chris Cook
  219. Randall Meehl
  220. Sam Jackson
  221. Kathryn Gruszecki
  222. Aditi Bansal
  223. Peter Button
  224. Anita Rosenblithe
  225. Richenda Kramer
  226. Tommy Venus
  227. Nikita Nangia
  228. Candace Martin
  229. Sharon Drabeck
  230. Olivia Wells
  231. A. V. Reilly
  232. Rick Meese
  233. Rebecca Rogak
  234. Toni Nicosia
  235. Angelica Rivera
  236. Rachel Kate Miller
  237. Teresa Basilio
  238. Bryce Henry
  239. Samuel Stein
  240. Maria Malafronte
  241. Eric McAllister
  242. Ben Bathman
  243. Angela Kim
  244. Jessica Soler
  245. Sonya Narvekar
  246. Juliette Lynch
  247. Laura Manos-Hey
  248. Dominique F. Miller, LMSW
  249. Stephanie Martinez
  250. Apoorvaa Joshi
  251. Estefania Trujillo Preciado
  252. Kelsey Hasmonek
  253. Yuxiao Lei
  254. Carmen Hermo
  255. Martin Gawoski
  256. Jessica Sedeno
  257. Carmen Jimenez-Robbins
  258. Leah Kirts
  259. Michael Steigman
  260. Holly Nipperus
  261. Mary van Valkenburg
  262. Liam Billingham
  263. Colin Vaida
  264. Nicole Irizarry
  265. Gabriella Cappo
  266. Taylor Hard
  267. Lara Khan
  268. Rachel Martin
  269. Deborah Mills
  270. Christine Japely
  271. Emma quaytman
  272. Tracy Sagalow
  273. Curtis Robinson
  274. Gabriela Woellner
  275. Michelle Rakowsky
  276. Pamela Herrera
  277. Ella Baum
  278. Cassandra Rodrigues
  279. Beverly Solow
  280. Sandy Reiburn
  281. Laura Drapkin
  282. Rachel Berliner
  283. Danielle Cerezo
  284. Melissa Cruz Rocha
  285. Melissa Cruz Rocha
  286. Zachary Kamel
  287. Fabiana DiSanto
  288. Dr. Jaime Weida
  289. Patrick Bobilin, candidate for 76th Assembly
  290. Benjamin J McGee
  291. Rebecca Capua
  292. Katherine Shea
  293. K. Franzen
  294. Paige Guyott
  295. James M. Livergood
  296. Isabel Varban
  297. Catherine Cunningham
  298. Karim Walker, Directly Impacted New Yorker
  299. Adam Dore-Young
  300. Bella Simbari
  301. Alexandra Nicoletti
  302. Daphne Parkhill
  303. Stephanie M.
  304. Kelly Folkers
  305. Sara Jaime
  306. Revel Deng
  307. Ann Crites
  308. David Siegel
  309. M. Beharie
  310. Kristyn Sanito
  311. Lance Palmer
  312. Alexander Mancevice
  313. Medha Ghosh
  314. Emlyn Medalla
  315. Nashwa Zaman
  316. Bethania Viana
  317. Ladin Awad
  318. Jessica Peñaranda
  319. Chloe Hanson
  320. Priscilla Grim
  321. Lindsey Lee Pregent
  322. Karen Hurtado, Directly Impacted New Yorker
  323. Anokha Venugopal
  324. Muse A.
  325. Gisele Hearne, Directly Impacted New Yorker
  326. Lauren Hartman
  327. Jessica S.
  328. Casidy Cunningham
  329. Debra A Mayer
  330. A. Acker
  331. Katie Klein
  332. Johnny Cordero
  333. Ann Shirazi
  334. Erika Miller
  335. Marion Phyllis Cunningham
  336. Ryan Wright
  337. Andrew Vinales
  338. Lauren Barnes
  339. Nicole Follmann
  340. Christina Starr
  341. Elizabeth Schulson
  342. Ryan Whyte
  343. Lauren Barnes
  344. Nicole Follmann
  345. Christina Starr
  346. Elizabeth Schulson
  347. Ryan Whyte
  348. Nova A.
  349. Erin Butler
  350. Conor Tomás Reed
  351. Lev Nikulin
  352. Alan Stuart
  353. Carolien mossel
  354. Desiree Joy Frias
  355. Francesco Simeti
  356. Christopher Chew
  357. Shoshana Salzberg
  358. Nati Charney
  359. Aleck Venegas
  360. Rikard Larsson
  361. Nayaab Barker
  362. Andrew LaFontaine
  363. Sampath Pediredla
  364. Kristen hibit
  365. Timothy Paul Kent
  366. Chiara Mannarino
  367. Shah Shah
  368. Sophie Brous
  369. Ethan Fogarty
  370. Cleveland Stair
  371. Margaret Stern
  372. Denia Pérez
  373. Yuna Park
  374. Gabrielle Miller
  375. Emmaline Payette
  376. Nina Miller
  377. Samantha Velez, Directly Impacted New Yorker
  378. Leo Gil
  379. Mary Mann
  380. Ella Alemayehu-Lambert
  381. Andrew Moore
  382. Caroline Bishop
  383. Dylan Anderson
  384. Shemar Alexander
  385. Kelly Maina
  386. Nicole Cuellar
  387. Virginia Hood-Peters
  388. Maria Connolly
  389. Daniel waren
  390. Lily Fawcett
  391. Ray Acheson
  392. Emma Pliskin
  393. Kiri Lester-Hodges
  394. Stephanie Jones
  395. Emma Thadani
  396. Audie Campbell-Eby
  397. Cristina Dawson
  398. Lola Votruba
  399. Luis Arroyo
  400. Veronica Matus Godoy
  401. Rengim Mutevellioglu
  402. Morgan Davies
  403. Angeli Adhikari
  404. Maeve D’Arcy
  405. Margarita Ren
  406. Andrea Zlotowitz
  407. Jeffrey Chung
  408. Johanna Hayes
  409. Sara Griffin
  410. Kasey Van Hise
  411. Matthew Shore
  412. Christina Konnaris, Directly Impacted New Yorker
  413. Eric Arroyo
  414. Rebeka Cabrera
  415. Eve Glazier
  416. Arrizu Sirjani
  417. Claire Kinnen
  418. Soren Roeser
  419. Vanessa Satone
  420. Emma Dessau
  421. Heather Varian
  422. Doreen Mohammed, Directly Impacted New Yorker
  423. Matt Leibowitz
  424. Christine Stover
  425. Alison Messina
  426. Sarah Cole
  427. Kendall Jackman, Directly Impacted New Yorker
  428. Naya Pawar
  429. Seamus Campbell
  430. Jefferson Cabrera
  431. Yea Won Lee
  432. Adrienne McIlvaine
  433. Astro Rys
  434. Ivieo G.
  435. Bethany Medley
  436. Alexis Soterakis
  437. William Remmers
  438. Tatiana Bryant
  439. Paige H.
  440. Maria Gorman
  441. Abby Cook-Mack
  442. Catherine Barreda
  443. Katherine Guenther
  444. Jamie Kulhanek
  445. Zeina Zeitoun
  446. Katherine Cocca-Bates
  447. Sarah Gratz
  448. James Mackenzie Neary
  449. Anne Leonardo
  450. Teri-Ann Carryl
  451. Taylor Sinkiewicz
  452. Brittnay L. Proctor, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow of Race and Media, The New School
  453. Hennessy Garcia
  454. Nikholis Planck
  455. Henry Sutter
  456. Annika Gillam
  457. Christian Waibel
  458. Ariel Grier
  459. Solange Castellar
  460. Cassandra Brown
  461. Michael Scuotto
  462. Paris Glickman
  463. Isabel Tadmiri
  464. Ashley Mitchell
  465. Adrienne Pichon
  466. Andrea Carvalho
  467. Kaylee Blackwood
  468. Olusola F Yussuf Jr.
  469. Juliet Roll
  470. Madeleine Rostami
  471. Tóth Csenge
  472. Gabriella Bianco
  473. Marlène Ramírez-Cancio, EmergeNYC
  474. Rachel Tessier
  475. Christopher Packham
  476. Tajh Sutton, Public School Parent, Community Organizer, Arts Educator
  477. Jillian-Mae Prego
  478. Melina Martin
  479. Brenda Benjamin
  480. Hillary Hersh
  481. Lai Williams
  482. Orli Matlow
  483. Margaret Oczkowski
  484. Samantha Storch
  485. Olivia Killingsworth
  486. Anjola Fashanu
  487. Olivia Bernhard
  488. Deborah Walnicki
  489. Alison Wade
  490. Kim Platt
  491. Carina Mesa
  492. Marley Heit
  493. Hunesher Dunstan
  494. Annie Pearlman
  495. Dione Lomando
  496. J.Stephen Brantley
  497. Rebecca Borison
  498. Emily Hollenback, Ph.D.
  499. Keegan Long
  500. Maya Kapur
  501. Samantha Luciano
  502. Mary Kathryn Bessinger
  503. Rey E. Santiago Velez
  504. Alexandra Doran
  505. Romy Felsen-Parsons
  506. Maitlyn Lang
  507. Carlie Hackmann
  508. Leigh Hurwitz
  509. Amber Holmes
  510. Saaliyah Solomon
  511. Nathalie Nisinson
  512. Kathleen Donahue
  513. Bridgit Nicholson
  514. Theo Zucker
  515. Brittney Gibbons
  516. Emma Schwartz
  517. Denis DerSarkisian
  518. Deraedt ine
  519. Christian Hernandez
  520. Kelsey L Kuehn
  521. Andrew Rahm
  522. Scott Lomando
  523. Jen Curran
  524. Hudson Floyd
  525. Yue Wang
  526. Carl M. Lawrence, Jr.
  527. M Roberts
  528. Sarah Yates
  529. Ana Hanesworth
  530. Leslie Donahue
  531. Elizabeth Del Prior
  532. Emma Pizzuti
  533. Kayla Pacenka
  534. Julia Rinker
  535. Julie Chen
  536. Dafne Delgado
  537. Amadi Ozier, Directly Impacted New Yorker
  538. Shea Settimi
  539. Sophie Freudenberg
  540. Dan DeGenaro
  541. Maura O’Neill
  542. Allyson Ryan
  543. Brendan McCall
  544. Louise Eastman
  545. Abeer Hoque
  546. Virginia Hart
  547. Christian Kennedy
  548. Camille Acey
  549. Casey Yoon
  550. Jacqueline
  551. Michael A.
  552. Max Chomet
  553. Anahli Castro
  554. Ellie Parker
  555. Lauren Deitz
  556. Allie Goodman
  557. Andrew Blanke
  558. Caroline Scott
  559. Erin mcadams
  560. Claire Glass
  561. Summer Stephanos, LMSW
  562. Anita Chan
  563. Laura Romanoff
  564. Amy Parker
  565. Christopher Womack
  566. Stephanie Colon
  567. Chaz Chez
  568. Amaechi K.
  569. Samara Huckvale
  570. Stephanie Kollgaard
  571. Douglas Wright
  572. A.R.
  573. Julie Bowen
  574. Talia Fleischman
  575. Sofia Famalett
  576. Kathrine Nichols
  577. Lucille Torres-Deas
  578. Lindsay Seitz
  579. A. Lopez
  580. Mikell S.
  581. Natalie Chomet
  582. Kyle Tobin
  583. Lena Skeele
  584. Marcella Maki
  585. Mala Kumar
  586. R. S.
  587. Jenna Harris
  588. Caroline David
  589. Chelsea Isabela Nolasco
  590. Maria Rodriguez
  591. Naomi Schachter
  592. Karen Swann
  593. Amanda San Martín
  594. Rae Kurland
  595. Katie Walsh
  596. Shelby Lee
  597. Amastal A.
  598. Dylan Halper
  599. Sydni Anderson
  600. Alena Lyssanov
  601. Yoo Young Chun
  602. Mariah Sujewicz
  603. Michelle Gaspari
  604. Daeshani Parker
  605. Nadine Hughey
  606. Emily Thompson
  607. Mary Demarest
  608. Lisa Milone
  609. Matthew Stolman
  610. Allyson H.
  611. Sabs Katz
  612. Christine DiGangi
  613. Dr. Robin Wieder
  614. Meghan Wasserman
  615. Amanda Horn
  616. Sara Sharp
  617. Nathan Storey
  618. Shavon Glover
  619. Kristen Daniels
  620. Emily Armato
  621. Tanya Kapka
  622. Alexis Eytinge
  623. Monae Slaughter
  624. Devin Baird
  625. Mae Saslaw
  626. Aline Webb
  627. Mara Calvert
  628. Sarah Lazur
  629. Alexandra Bolshakov
  630. Kerry Fetuu
  631. Sara Keshavjee
  632. Amelia Gibbs
  633. Adrian Thompson
  634. Alexander Odato
  635. Ilayda Ka
  636. Kady Graves
  637. Morgan Wright
  638. Jackelinne Claros Benitez
  639. Molly O’Brien
  640. Dana Pelerin
  641. Emma Verde
  642. Kamilah Foreman
  643. Jesseca bennett
  644. David Luther
  645. Celeste Black
  646. Tamaj Quinn
  647. Maxwell Lee
  648. Alex Creed
  649. Jessica M.
  650. Colin McGurk
  651. Liz Browne
  652. L.E. Correia
  653. Barbara Endes
  654. Blanca Esquivel
  655. MacKenzie Turner
  656. Teckla Persons
  657. M. Tropeano
  658. Lara Ewen
  659. Catherine Gilliam
  660. Jamilah Elder
  661. R. Florez
  662. S. Holtz
  663. Carey Cox
  664. Carmen Gonzalez
  665. Amanda Lefer
  666. Mars Hobrecker
  667. Milo Wissig
  668. Alexandra Smith
  669. Anayla Thompson
  670. Jasmine Carter
  671. Francis Sylver Pondolfino
  672. Dante Bravo
  673. Avery Dement
  674. Mia Cetti
  675. Georgia Parke
  676. Shamir Tanna
  677. Shamir Tanna
  678. Ilona Nanay
  679. Genevieve Brennan
  680. Ryan Minett, Directly Impacted New Yorker
  681. Christian Oliva
  682. Dezar Puerto
  683. B. Sellers
  684. Celina Siegel
  685. Brian Soliwoda
  686. Wade Rosenthal, Directly Impacted New Yorker
  687. Caleb L. Carman
  688. JessicaSue Burstein
  689. Esteban Girón
  690. Shaista Husain, Bed Stuy Tenant
  691. Amy Furman
  692. Molly Kluba
  693. Anna Williams
  694. Rachel Casparian
  695. Riley Mang
  696. Cristal Calderon
  697. Jared Vanlandingham
  698. Dani Martineck
  699. Danette Lipten
  700. Helen Beichel
  701. Boris Klompus
  702. Michelle Pelan
  703. Emily Baldwin
  704. Fiona Noring
  705. Megan Teehan
  706. Tony McNally
  707. Max Micallef
  708. Lori Lowe
  709. Reilly Owens
  710. Conrad Gangone
  711. Elise Paluszak
  712. Max Osborn
  713. Michelle Capocefalo
  714. Jacob Conway
  715. Chelsea Evans
  716. Alexandra Irkaeva
  717. Doskie Vinson
  718. Mary Notari
  719. Farzana Pritte
  720. Kayleigh Feliu
  721. Elizabeth-Ann Tierney
  722. Jeb Pappas
  723. Tina Miller
  724. Jesseca Bennett