Resilience PAC Announces Endorsement of City Council Candidate Felicia Singh

Felicia Singh

QUEENS, NY – Resilience PAC, a political action committee focused on building climate resilience and equitable adaptation to climate change announced their endorsement of Felicia Singh in coastal District 32 today.

When sharing their endorsed candidates, the Resilience PAC leadership said: “Many candidates in these races have progressive climate plans. But the candidates we’ve endorsed today are true leaders who will not only directly address climate change – they will help solve the crisis in a way that also ensures all of New York’s residents can lead better lives, every day.”

“I’m honored to receive the endorsement of Resilience PAC. This is a recognition that my vision for climate and environmental resilience for coastal District 32 and NYC aligns with what experts in Urban Planning, Climate Policy, Communications, and Resilience know is necessary to combat the climate crisis while ensuring equity in our communities,” said Felicia Singh “This endorsement along with the endorsement of Sunrise Movement NYC, the youth-led movement to stop climate change, demonstrates that my solutions are truly intersectional, comprehensive, and resonate with younger generations and experts alike. I am the only candidate with multiple endorsements from climate-focused organizations running for City Council in District 32.”

Candidates who received this endorsement are considered to have extensive understanding of the impacts of climate change in NYC and “demonstrate their understanding of the intersection between the issues of climate change and social equity, and present solutions that solve for climate change by building urban resilience in partnership with the communities who are most affected.”

About Felicia Singh

Felicia Singh is an educator, the proud daughter of working-class immigrants, and a lifelong resident of District 32. Singh is running for New York City Council on a platform of education and environmental justice, supporting taxi drivers and small businesses, transportation accessibility, and community building. District 32 is the last remaining Republican-held seat in Queens, despite being a majority Democratic district. This is why Felicia is running a campaign that is rooted in organizing and committed to centering the most marginalized voices in the district. With the most cash-on-hand, maxed out matching funds, and the most endorsements in the race, Felicia is the progressive front-runner to flip District 32 from red to blue.

Singh has received endorsements from a coalition of progressive, grassroots and labor organizations including: New York’s Working Families Party, Women of Color for Progress, Sunrise Movement NYC, Black Lives Caucus, #LaborStrong2021: NYHTC, 32BJ SEIU, NYSNA, CWA District 1, District Council 37, UAW Region 9A, Bangaldeshi Americans for Political Progress, Muslim Demoratic Club of New York, UNITE HERE Local 100, The Jewish Vote, PSC CUNY, Amplify Her, National Institute for Reproductive Health Action Fund PAC, TenantsPAC, New York Communities for Change, Resilience PAC, Met Council, Jim Owles Liberal Democratic Club, Stonewall Democrats of NY, Run for Something, New York Immigration Coalition, QUIP, Progressive Women of NY, 21 in ’21,Voters for Animal Rights, Rockaway Revolution, Tenants PAC, Roadmap for Progress, Future Steps US, New York Progressive Action Network, Serve NY, New American Leaders Action Fund, New Politics, Downtown Women for Change, Muslim Entrepreneur Association, and American Institute of Architects. She has also been endorsed by Councilperson Costa Constantinides, organizer and former congressional candidate Shaniyat Chowdhury, and community leader Mohammed Saif Uddin.