I am running because we can't stop building this movement to end poverty led by the poor. This past year has had some tremendous breakthroughs including stopping the nation's largest trash burning incinerator from being built in Curtis Bay next to public schools and securing an affordable housing trust fund initiative to be placed on the November ballot (question J). These are steps towards a Fair Development vision for Baltimore and beyond. I'm proud of the great distances, the challenges we have overcome to get HERE. I am excited about our vision just off on the horizon -- the 20/20 campaign to win public investment in permanently affordable housing, creating community land trusts as democratic structures for pushing development that meets our needs, workers rights such as earned sick leave become a statewide law and Baltimore ending its reliance on air poisoning incineration, closing the BRESCO incinerator and making investments in recycling and composting, community solar and much more. Please support my participation in Team Exercise Your Rights and support grassroots organizing and leadership development at United Workers for Fair Development!