Ending Displacement in Chicago

Chicago lost thousands of Latino residents from neighborhoods like Pilsen and Humboldt Park, and over 200,000 black residents in the past generation. More than just a panel on gentrification, our fishbowl discussion is designated to spark dialogue about campaigns that are TAKING NEW SHAPE AS WE SPEAK, including rent control, community budgeting, citywide coalitions, court challenges, and cultural production.

Joining us will be: 

- Antonio Gutierresz: autonomous Tentents Union

- Jawanza Malone: Kenwood-Oakland Community Organization

- Carolina Gaete: Blocks Together

- Magdalena Rodriguez: Pilsen Housing Cooperative

Tuesday, March 6 to 8:00pm

Arts and Letters Hall, 103
2315 N Kenmore Ave

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Chris Cashman

Chris Cashman left a positive review 3/5/2018

Very interesting discussion. I left much better informed about issues surrounding gentrification and fighting gentrification than I was ever aware of. Definitely disagreed with a lot of what was shared, but as an educator, I'm always interested to present multiple viewpoints of an issue and let my students analyze them. Thanks for putting this event out there for the general community!

Agnes Cikowska Teczar

Agnes Cikowska Teczar left a positive review 3/5/2018

It was a wonderful event. Very informative. The structure of the presentation was appealing and refreshingly new!

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