The Center for Urban Pedagogy's Making Policy Public program produces a series of foldout posters that aim to make information on public policy truly public: accessible, meaningful and shared. Each poster is the product of a commissioned collaboration between a designer and an advocate. In this issue, designer Candy Chang and Sean Basinski of The Street Vendor Project worked with CUP to demystify the rules and regulations of street vending in New York City. The poster serves as an educational resource that clarifies the rules and vendors’ rights when confronted by police officers. It also serves as an advocacy tool that highlights the history of vending, personal vendor stories, and recommended policy reforms to develop a more just system. CUP published several thousand copies of the poster, distributed free copies to vendors and gave 1,000 copies to The Street Vendor Project for use in their advocacy and education work.