Equitable and Responsive Government

Corporations and other entities in Philadelphia pretty much determine how each person ears a living, enters into a contract, exchanges goods and services with others and produces their livelihood.  City Council needs to legislate a level playing field for all who do business in Philadelphia and in the case of workers exchange their labor for an income that in the case of many is not a living wage and void of benefits.

Ethelind Baylor plans to:

*Implement local efforts to preserve and expand economic empowerment among all Philadelphians of Diverse Identities

*Push for greater participation in the labor movement, eroding discriminatory practices in all unions, more and improved opportunities in vocational and apprenticeship training.