As a predominately white organization, we recognize our individual and organizational privilege to work on infrastructure projects that include bus lanes, bike lanes, land use and zoning reform, and access to greenspaces. Although access to affordable housing and transportation options, and safe greenspaces has long been a topic of advocacy within Black and Brown communities, we recognize that these conversations are more nuanced and may trigger some communities and neighborhoods we work with. For these reasons, we stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, and with Indigenous Peoples, and People of Color (BIPOC). Our goal is to work in community, partner, and provide capacity to organizations in Black and Brown neighborhoods. It is our daily obligation to work as individuals and an organization to create equitable, free, and just lives for our Black and Brown friends, colleagues, neighbors, and communities. We commit to continuously learn and improve our organization, through our work, and with our partners. We commit to creating a safe space for our Black and Brown coworkers and partners. We commit to using our privilege to educate our white partners and to hold them accountable in actively practicing anti-racism and seeking to create systems that are inclusive and safe for Black people, Indigenous People, and People of Color (BIPOC).