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Reclaim Philadelphia has been reclaiming and restoring political power back to people since 2016. Reclaim Philadelphia endorses and supports progressive candidates and policies that fight for a vision of putting working people before the profits of corporations and the super rich. The People’s Platform, created in partnership with Neighborhood Networks, is our foundation for transforming the Democratic Party and what is politically possible.
We directly connect with our neighbors to unify our communities to end structural racism, classism, sexism and oppression in all its forms. Ultimately, we’re fighting for a world where healthcare, education, live-able environment, housing, safety and justice are human rights - not commodities.
Vision: The elimination of corporate and large money donations from politics, and the protection and expansion of voting rights including universal automatic voter registration.
Vision: An end to the systems that perpetuate structural racism, including mass incarceration, economic disinvestment, and disparities in education, healthcare, and food access. Reparations to black, brown and indigenous communities that have been exploited and disenfranchised by white supremacy, imperialism and colonialism.
Vision: Bodily autonomy regardless of gender identity and ability. Freedom from discrimination, abuse and harassment based on race, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, ethnicity, country of origin.
Vision: Shared prosperity, including universal living wages with pay equity addressing racial and gender disparity, hunger-free communities, and free childcare and kindergarten–college education. Guaranteed full employment with the federal government as the living wage employer of last resort.
Vision: A rapid economic transformation centered on jobs, redistributive justice, breaking free from fossil fuels, and expanding energy democracy; a future built on caring for each other and our planet.
Vision: Full and fair funding of all public schools, from pre-K to higher education. A community based-school system that honors and validates the identity, skills, and needs of all people. Structural accountability in every school to uphold the values of people as complex humans who deserve to hone and refine their passions, not a test score.
Vision: Decent housing guaranteed to all as a right.
Vision: Recognition of health care as a human right; comprehensive, free health care to include reproductive services, including abortion; holistic and noncriminal approach to expanded addiction services, mandated safe patient to nurse ratios, gun control, and accessible comprehensive health service.
Vision: A law enforcement and criminal justice system free from excessive force, racial discrimination, police brutality, mass incarceration and for-profit prison corporations.
Vision: An accessible immigration system with a reasonable and timely pathway to legal status in the United States; demilitarization of immigration policing both at the border and internally.
Vision: Democratic unions as the vehicle for workplace representation, with the right to organize and strike free from interference by employers; a constitutional amendment guaranteeing employment at a living wage.