On Friday, February 12, following the announcement of her Universal Community Care policy, mayoral candidate Maya Wiley visited LSA. During her visit, Wiley toured LSA facilities, shopped in The Sharing Place Thrift Shop, and met with LSA staff and clients.
In a virtual session with LSA supporters, clients and staff, Maya discussed her policy and what she sees for the future of New York City, especially marginalized communities like East Harlem.
In the coming weeks, other mayoral candidates who have qualified for City funding, Eric Adams and Scott Stringer, will also be invited to visit LSA and speak to our community.
LSA Family Health Service does not endorse any candidate but we are happy to offer a format for learning about each of their positions on the issues that matter to East Harlem and all New Yorkers.