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Reduce Crime Together
According to the Broken Windows Theory, visible signs of disorder, such as litter or graffiti, instigate criminal activity. Studies have also shown a correlation between neighborhood cleanliness and reduced crime. With this in mind, ASEZ university students help their campuses and communities to promote peace and happiness.
See ASEZ in Action
ASEZ volunteers participated in a tree stewardship at Brooklyn College to prepare the young trees for spring as part of their mission in fulfilling the UN’s SDGs.
ASEZ held a united NYC cleanup at Clason Point Park in the Bronx, NY, collecting over 150 bags of trash. The students were supported by the office of Assemblywoman Karines Reyes.
ASEZ volunteers spent the day at the New York State Capitol, speaking with senators and assembly members about their volunteer activities. ASEZ was also formally introduced during the NYS Senate and Assembly sessions.