This month's National Dialogue webinar will focus on community land trusts – how they work and the grassroots organizing that make CLT's a powerful tool for residents in combating displacement and blight. This will also serve as a learning in preparation for our funder learning tour, From Boston to New York: Is a More Just City Possible?, April 2nd - 3rd.
The National Dialogue series is open to all funders and our partners in the field.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
1:30pm - 3pm eastern/ 10:30am - 12noon pacific
Welcome by Christopher Sun, Open Society Foundations, and member of the NFG Working Group on Housing Justice and Community Transformation
Lydia Lowe, Chinese Progressive Association
Harry Smith, Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative
Melora Hiller, National Community Land Trust Network
Sam Miller, Picture the Homeless
Rachel Laforest, Right to the City Alliance
Jill Feldstein, Women's Community Revitalization Project
Please register online with GoToWebinar at:https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8823942909214398210
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