The impacts of redlining, racially restrictive covenants and disinvestment are still felt in communities with higher risk of residential, commercial and cultural displacement. Long-term residents, non-profit organizations, locally owned small businesses, and cultural anchors are threatened by displacement as Seattle grows. How can we invest in organizations and individuals, so that all communities can thrive in place and build positive futures in their neighborhoods?
Urban Innovations Speakers Series:
How Can Equitable Development Shape More Inclusive Communities?
Wednesday, May 23, 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Ethiopian Community of Seattle, 8323 Rainier Avenue South
- Miriam Zuk – Urban Displacement Project, University of California, Berkeley
- Senator Rebecca Saldana – Washington State Senate
- Ubax Gardheere – Seattle’s Equitable Development Initiative, Office of Planning and Community Development
Moderated by Marcus Green of the South Seattle Emerald
Admission is free. Please spread the word!