Our beloved Children's Garden, once an abandoned lot
The South End Night Market scheduled for Thursday, July 29th, is CANCELED due to inclement weather.
The forecast calls for storms that may contain strong gusty winds and a 70% chance of rain.
We'll be back on Thursday, August 5th! Check out what's happening at the South End Night Market this August.
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The South End Community Collaborative (SECC) is a coalition of organizations and residents working together in the South End of Albany, NY, to align our goals to improve our community.
The SECC, in collaboration with uptown Albany organizations, wrote a letter to the editor of the Times Union proposing how stimulus funding could be used within the city.
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At this time we at AVillage Inc., want to establish solidarity with all of those who are committed to anti-racism, equity, and prioritizing marginalized voices and the needs of vulnerable people.
AVillage…, Inc. welcomes all neighbors and community members, groups, organizations, officials to join us in crafting and delivering a collective statement to combat racism, and systemic oppression with outlined demands, action steps, and milestones to track progress. This statement will serve as the barometer for behavior and accountability in our community as well as communicate our priorities and how we wish to engage.
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an equitable and sustainable future for our city.
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to a healthy environment, build community gardens, and more!
Our neighborhood needs empowerment: worker-owned and worker-managed businesses, streets filled with activity, places where we can gather to share fresh air, healthy food, ideas, and plans. We need to come together, learn together, and use all the available resources to build a neighborhood we can be proud of.
Our job is to bring the tools and resources that we need to make this neighborhood our own. Our work began with demanding access to public transportation and with activities and advocacy that turned vacant lots into gardens. We now seek to build community-based frameworks for environmental, economic, and social justice.
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