Put people over profit.

Richmond For All is a coalition of individuals and organizations fighting for housing, education, environmental, & racial justice. All means y'all!
Education for All

Every child should have access to an excellent education, regardless of race, gender, ability, or household income. With fully funded schools we can support all children in adapting socially and academically into their classrooms, and all teachers in providing enriching education. We demand an open budgetary process that engages the voices of parents, students, and teachers in school governance. We demand schools that meet community and student needs, without reliance on stringent discipline or student pushout.

Housing for All

Each of us has a right to safe and secure housing. Richmond’s history of disinvestment in public housing and mass evictions are legacies of systemic racism that deny Black residents their right to a city built by their ancestors. We demand reinvestment in safe public housing that will guarantee every household a right to housing during periods of crisis. We demand accessible public services and transportation for families and individuals in need. We demand protection for renters targeted by abusive eviction practices.

Justice for All

We recognize that in a truly just city no community should be asked to bear disproportionate risks to their health, wellness, or safety. No neighborhood should be exposed to disproportionate loss of safety, environmental risk, reduced health outcomes, concentrated policing, or lack of access to basic needs like food or transportation. We demand equitable access to sanctuary, health care, safe water, clean air, and infrastructure for every neighborhood across Richmond, without cutting corners in the name of cost or efficiency.

Democracy for All

Our elected leadership should serve the public, not special interests. Large corporations, their CEOs, and their boards exert undue influence over city and state governance through campaign donations and private funding initiatives. We demand elected officials willing to run elections without corporate support and who commit to putting the needs of people over profit. We demand the state of Virginia fulfill the work of the civil rights era by establishing equitable poll access and fighting voter disenfranchisement in all forms.

We are in crisis. Our spending reflects our values, and today Richmond’s spending priorities show unconscionable apathy to people most reliant on even basic services. When our residents campaign for schools, for housing, and for transportation, we are told that public coffers are empty. When wealthy donors propose the redistribution of public funds for high-cost and low-return development however, suddenly funds are not only available, but abundant.

– Richmond for All, “Put Kids Before Coliseums”

Learn more about our work:

Richmond turned out last night! Thank you so much to everyone who made this workshop such an engaging and hopeful place to be. We see...
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It can be a challenge to organize in support of environmental justice when our political leadership insists we must choose between sustainable economies and ecologies....
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Richmond for All's Kristin Reed sat down with RISE for Youth Exec. Director Valerie Slater to discuss the ACLU's critical new report, "Cops and No Counselors," covering the harm we do to...
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Join us for an All-Coalition Workshop on the Green New Deal! The Green New Deal VA organizers are building a coalition in the General Assembly...
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"We are working people, labor leaders, immigrants, students, long-time residents, homeowners, newcomers, people of color, multilingual, black, and educators. We are your constituents. We are...
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We had an incredible showing last night at our art build for the January 28th teacher day of action. Thank you so much to everyone...
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Join Virginia educators tomorrow night at the VA #RedforED Art Build at Studio Two Three! Make signs, buttons, and other swag for the January 28th teacher day of...
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