Kristin Richardson Jordan is a Black, lesbian, activist, author, teacher, Brown University graduate, social justice/spiritual warrior, and 3rd-generation Harlemite running for New York City Council representing District 9, Harlem. If elected Kristin would be the second woman, the youngest ever, and the first openly LGBTQ person to hold this office. This, in addition to the politics she brings with her, will enact meaningful, lasting, necessary change.
The Democratic Primary election is June 22nd, 2021, and the General election is November 2nd, 2021.
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Kristin’s “Disrupt the District” campaign is comprised of 7 focus areas that can be simplified and explained in the acronym H.A.R.L.E.M.
- H – Hold police accountable & End Mass Incarceration
- A – Redefine “Affordable” Housing
- R – Redistribute Wealth
- L – Living Longer: gun control and care for our seniors
- E – Education and Environmental Justice
- M – Meaningful Change
Kristin believes in full employment, free quality education, free public transportation, and prison abolition. In this race for New York City Council representing District 9 (the village of Harlem), there is not one part of herself or her beliefs that she is giving up in order to run for office.