“I felt like the city wasn’t working for a lot of people in District 8, and they felt like their voices weren’t being heard,” Revare said. “I think everyone, regardless of their background or socio-economic status, should have the opportunity to thrive. One of the most important works that will come with a new mayor and councilman in 2023 is how we advance justice so that so many different ways of life are not dependent on your background or your zip code.”
Revare is a Central Park resident who has served on the Central Park United Neighbors Board of Directors and the Impact East Colfax Steering Committee, an advisory committee put together by the Urban Land Conservancy and The Fax Partnership to steer development and gentrification to avoid on Colfax. He is currently the director of Colorado Succeeds, a nonprofit association of business leaders dedicated to improving education.
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