What Does It Mean To Live In My Own Place?

Making Policy Public

What Does It Mean To Live In My Own Place?

Bail's Set... What's Next?

Public Access Design

Bail's Set... What's Next?

Don't Get Iced

Public Access Design

Don't Get Iced

We Own It

Making Policy Public

We Own It

Are You Ready for a Ruckus?

Urban Investigations

Are You Ready for a Ruckus?

Bodega Down Bronx

Urban Investigations

Bodega Down Bronx

Print Stand Up to Clean Up!

Each morning, female day laborers across New York City gather on street corners looking for domestic work. House cleaning is a tough industry: workers are vulnerable to unsafe conditions, from exposure to toxic chemicals to working without breaks. Many house cleaners are expected to clean entire rooms on their knees, complete work on unrealistic schedules, and accept illegally low wages.

CUP collaborated with Worker’s Justice Project, designer Yeju Choi, and illustrators Sam Holleran and Hyoungkee Kim to make Stand Up to Clean Up!, a guide that helps workers advocate for safer working conditions and better wages. The illustrated guide spells out labor rights and workplace phrases in Spanish and Polish, giving house cleaners the language tools they need to negotiate wages and stay safe and healthy. 

What Up With DAT?

Technical Assistance

What Up With DAT?

Rent Regulation Rights

Making Policy Public

Rent Regulation Rights

What Is Zoning?

Envisioning Development

What Is Zoning?

What Up With DAT?

Technical Assistance

What Up With DAT?

Your Guide to Welfare in NYC

Making Policy Public

Your Guide to Welfare in NYC

The Water Underground

Urban Investigations

The Water Underground

Rumbo A Su Tarjeta Verde

Public Access Design

Rumbo A Su Tarjeta Verde

Fast Trash

City Studies

Fast Trash