For the work of the Roundtable and BCDI, creating a Bronx-wide strategy for development without displacement is about shifting the focus from individual campaigns or neighborhood-level activities to collectively coordinating and implementing a larger movement for shared wealth building. Indeed, Bronx-wide coordination is key to ensuring that interdependent issues and related campaigns are not occuring in siloes--that largely residential neighborhoods in the Northwest Bronx advocating for affordable housing, for example, are aware of and engaged in fights for the preservation of industrial land, open space, and high-road jobs in the South Bronx.