Join the City of Austin for a presentation about the ways that communities and governments can better support BIPOC circular entrepreneurship.
“…. Turnout is just inherently higher when there’s a presidential race happening… In Austin that means that more than 100,000 additional voters participate in presidential years. And not only is it a larger electorate. It’s also more diverse in terms of income, age, and race… I think for me, at the end of the day, we always want more voters, not less.”
In May, Austinites will vote on Prop B (which is all about homelessness). If passed, Prop B will prohibit…
Camping in public areas
Sitting, lying down, or sleeping outdoors in parts of downtown Austin
Aggressive solicitation & solicitation during certain times and at certain locations