After roughly eight months of planning, San Francisco city leaders unveiled a road map Thursday to shift $60 million in local law enforcement funding into the city’s Black neighborhoods over the next year.

Spearheaded by Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Shamann Walton, “The Dream Keeper Initiative” aims to address decades of structural inequities experienced by African American residents by investing in greater economic opportunities, home ownership rates, youth development and other social endeavors. The plan calls for a total of $120 million of law enforcement funds to be redistributed over the next two years.

“We know that to actually see true, lasting change, we need to focus on helping entire families — from early education for kids, to job training and workforce support for their parents, and serve communities that have been systematically harmed by past policies,” Breed said Thursday in a news release announcing the plan.

Breed and Walton pledged to shift funding from the police and sheriff’s departments last June, after George Floyd’s death in Minnesota set off national protests against police brutality and spurred local calls to redistribute law enforcement funding into neglected communities.