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YOUTHPASS is so close to victory! Will you show your support? Donate, volunteer and pledge your commitment to transit justice for BIPOC youth in East Portland!

A YES vote for Measure 26-218 means investments that will radically improve and transform the ability for people of all ages and abilities to move safely through the region and access transit.

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE VALUES

Frontline Leadership – The people most impacted should be fairly treated, and meaningfully involved in decision-making.

Self Determination – No one can claim to represent us. We speak for ourselves: youth, bus riders, renters, everyone.

Solidarity – Our organizing and campaigns must work to end all systems of oppression.

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE DEMANDS

Racial Justice – Black, Indigenous and people of color’s (BIPOC) ability to move safely through public spaces, educational institutions, personal spaces and inform decisions that impact them is a human right!

Gender Justice – Trans, gender non-conforming and womxn identified people’s ability to move safely without fear of sexual harassment, assault or unwelcome and non-consensual actions is a human right!

Accessible Spaces – Green public spaces, culturally-relevant food, and sustainable, thriving-wage employment in our communities is a human right!

Climate Justice – Clean air, water, and soil in communities resilient to climate change is a human right!

Transportation Justice – Safe, accessible, affordable, efficient, and decriminalized mass and active transportation is a human right!

Housing Justice – Safe, accessible, affordable and stable housing choice is a human right!