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Ending Homelessness

•End homelessness as we know it by achieving functional zero homelessness by 2030
•Reduce blighted properties by 60% and increase affordable housing units by 6,000 by 2028
•Reduce Tulsa’s eviction rate
•Ensure Tulsa has adequate low-barrier shelter capacity
•Create a citywide system of mental and substance abuse supports

Improve Student Outcomes

•Put Tulsa families on a pathway to economic mobility from the time children enter school.
•Ensure access to high-quality child care and early childhood education.
•Support well-functioning school boards and local control of public schools.
•Invest in the best educators.
•Increase housing stability for students.
•Improve mental health outcomes for children and families

Increase Affordable Housing

•Reduce blighted properties by 60% by 2028
•Increase affordable housing stock by 6,000 units by 2028
•Reduce Tulsa’s eviction rate
•Reduce the cost burden taken on by developers to produce more affordable housing stock

Co-Govern with Tribal Nations

•Acknowledge and stand with tribal sovereignty.
•Strengthen partnerships and establish a trust-based co-governing relationship with tribal governments and the City of Tulsa.
•Ensure Tulsa is home to a thriving Native American community and is welcoming to Native cultures.
•Make Tulsa the center for Native entrepreneurship, economic opportunity and excellence in a way that attracts Natives from all over the country.
•Put Native families on a pathway to economic mobility.

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