He also wants to "radically transform" Baltimore's community college, create a fund for occupational-skills training and fully incorporate arts education into all schools.
On the economy, Mckesson wants to establish a minimum wage of $15-per-hour in Baltimore, "dramatically expand" the city's YouthWorks program and toughen City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young's local hiring initiative, requiring more companies to hire locally at greater rates. He also wants to establish a public bank, develop community land trusts for affordable housing, and "aggressively eliminate housing discrimination and segregation."
On policing, Mckesson's plan calls for banning arrest and citation quotas, ending civil asset forfeiture and ending choke-holds and "rough rides" by police. He also wants to redistribute a portion of the police budget to the community, bolster the Civilian Review Board and require a majority of Baltimore officers to be recruited from, and live in, the neighborhoods with the most police activity.