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Special CURA Housing Forum “Community-Based Antigentrification Policy Approaches”

Date and time: 
March 1, 2019 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Cowles Auditorium - Humphrey School of Public Affairs
301 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis MN
USA - United States

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A unique aspect of CURA’s study The Diversity of Gentrification is the policy approaches section that highlights grassroots, community-based efforts that aim to build power among those directly affected by the realities of gentrification and its pressures. In this section we identified organizations that have been critical to the local grassroots effort in the Twin Cities to mitigate the negative impacts of gentrification.

For this CURA Housing Forum we have invited representatives from four of these organizations to share their experiences and knowledge including African Career, Education, and Resource (ACER); Frogtown Neighborhood Association (FNA); Inquilinxs Unidxs por Justicia; and West Side Community Organization (WSCO). The event will feature a moderated panel discussion and time for questions and answers from the audience.

Download a PDF of "The Diversity of Gentrification: Multiple Forms of Gentrification in Minneapolis and St. Paul."

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