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Monday, March 11 • 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Shifting neighborhoods: Gentrification and Cultural Displacement in American Cities

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We will discuss where we see gentrification and racial displacement taking place, factors that are used to identify gentrification and how it both revitalizes and threatens communities. Unfortunately, gentrification and displacement often go hand and hand. But it doesn’t have to. Communities can revive and spark an influx of new residents, while preserving affordable housing options for the people who grew up there. Policy ideas, examples and solutions will be discussed for members to take home and discuss with their communities.

Moderators
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Jason Richardson

Director of Research, NCRC
Jason Richardson has spent over 10 years as a mortgage loan originator, a business banker and a geographer studying capital and credit. Previously, he worked for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) studying the impact of structural barriers to homeownership... Read More →

Speakers
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Bruce Mitchell

Senior Research Analyst, NCRC
Bruce C. Mitchell, Ph.D. is senior research analyst at the National Community Reinvestment Coalition. He specializes in urban geography and has published works on environmental justice and disparity in the effects of urban heat and climate change for minorities and people of lower... Read More →
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Dr. Sabiyha Prince

Coordinator, Membership and Political Education, Empower DC
Native-Washingtonian Sabiyha Prince is an urban anthropologist, qualitative researcher and membership and political education coordinator for Empower DC. Her research and writing have focused on the ways race, class and other components of status and identity overlap to shape the... Read More →
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Beth McConnell

Policy Director, Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations
Beth joined Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations (PACDC) in 2013, bringing 20 years’ experience in advocacy and coalition building. She leads PACDC’s efforts to advance city, state and federal policies that help CDCs revitalize Philadelphia’s neighborhoods... Read More →
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Shekinah Mitchell

Neighborhood Partnerships Manager, Virginia Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Shekinah Mitchell is a Richmond, Virginia, native and currently serves as the Neighborhood Partnerships manager for Virginia Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC). She joined the Virginia LISC team with 10 years of nonprofit experience in youth development, fundraising and... Read More →
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Cat Goughnour

Founder, Principal, Radix Consulting
Cat Goughnour, award-winning, Oregon-born human rights advocate specializing in applied equity policy, holds a MSc: Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies from London School of Economics and a BA in Socio-political Philosophy from Portland State University. Through Radix Consulting... Read More →


Monday March 11, 2019 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Columbia West

Attendees (130)