A nurse fighting for working class New Yorkers.

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Phara’s Story.

Phara Souffrant Forrest is a union nurse, tenant activist, and life-long resident of Crown Heights. She is running to represent the 57th Assembly District of Prospect Heights, Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, and part of Crown Heights and Bedford-Stuyvesant.

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Our Current Crisis

During this mounting health and economic crisis, the call for democratic socialism has only grown louder. Our government has failed to prepare and now it is failing to adequately respond. We demand a response that puts human wellbeing before the interests of corporations and the wealthy.

Healthcare

Climate

Housing

DECARCERATION

ENDORSEMENTS

Cynthia Nixon
NYC Youth Climate Strike
DSA

Meet the Slate of Socialist Insurgents Running for Office in New York

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Phara Souffrant Forrest Is a Nurse Running for Office During New York City’s Coronavirus Crisis

The 31-year-old candidate for New York State Assembly wants to be part of a working-class revolution to ensure just housing, health care, and labor conditions for all.

New York’s Healthcare System Was Broken Before COVID-19. Cuomo’s Budget Made It Worse

Phara Souffrant Forrest, a nurse and Brooklyn state Assembly candidate, calls for immediate action to undo decades of neglect.

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1039 Fulton St.
Brooklyn, NY 11238

NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLY

DISTRICT 57

The 57th Assembly District represents the Brooklyn communities of Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Prospect Heights and parts of Bedford Stuyvesant and Crown Heights.

Vote Absentee

Due to COVID-19, we are encouraging everybody to apply for an absentee ballot online! You have until June 16th to apply for your ballot online or via mail (you may also apply in-person until June 22nd but we encourage you to apply online) and ballots will start going out May 8th. Once you fill out your ballot, please mail it back ASAP!

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