Candy lived in five apartments over the course of eight years in New York City, and after sketchy incidents with landlords and hearing horror stories from others, she realized many renters are unfamiliar with their rights. What’s my landlord required to repair? How does subletting work? When can my landlord enter my apartment? What are grounds for eviction? To help demystify the law, she created a boxed set of 30 flash cards on tenants’ rights. The flash cards translate New York state’s official Tenants’ Rights Guide into a fun and friendly format that covers everything from security deposits and subletting to paint and privacy so residents can have fun while learning their rights. She teamed up with non-profit organization Tenants & Neighbors so the cards could support their advocacy group. They’re available for $10 in Tenants & Neighbors’ online store and all profits go towards their good work. The project was supported by a generous grant from Sappi Ideas That Matter, 2008-2009.