Brownsville Sentiment
Equity Project

An ongoing effort, co-created by residents for residents, to share thoughts about the things that are causing us concern – and help create programs that local government, businesses, and Brownsville nonprofits can use to benefit the community.

Brownsville Residents: Share What’s Important to You

Your perspectives will help create ideas and solutions that local government, businesses, and Brownsville nonprofits can use to benefit the community.

We want to build real and qualifiable equity in Brownsville that residents can witness and experience—especially our most vulnerable—in the path towards COVID-19 recovery and beyond.

How It Works



Get compensated for each survey – 10 minutes, online, every month, in English or Spanish, for 6+ months


Dashboard showing your results, personalized resources, and solution updates


Join Working Group members, analyze data, pitch ideas, and engage local decision makers


Set your data use, know what happens with it, and join the initiative for as long as you like

Who We Are

A team of Brownsville residents and leaders, community organizers, and scientists working to develop solutions that benefit the Brownsville community.

Angus Fischer

Angus Fischer

Athenia Rodney

Athenia Rodney

Owner & Founder, Umoja Events

Pastor James Osei-Kofi

Pastor James Osei-Kofi

Associate Pastor, Bethesda Healing Center

Jeneice Marshall

Jeneice Marshall

Malene Brissett

Malene Brissett

Founder & Chair, Women’s Access to Empowerment Inc.

Are you a Brownsville resident? 
Join the community-wide effort. Sign up now!


Robin Hood Foundation

Robin Hood is New York City’s largest poverty-fighting organization. For over thirty years, the organization has been finding, fueling and creating the most impactful and scalable solutions to lift families out of poverty in New York City. They partner with over 250 nonprofits to support food, housing, education, legal services, workforce development, and more to New Yorkers living in poverty across all five boroughs.

ConEdison’s Civic Leadership
Development Program

ConEdison’s partnerships in the communities it serves help to create opportunities and enrich lives. In 2018, ConEdison donated more than $500,000 to programs that empowered youth, minorities, and immigrant communities to participate in civic life through voter registration, Get Out The Vote (GOTV) programs, civics education programs, and volunteerism.