Opening Saturday, July 18th, from 11AM - 2:30PM
EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED TO LEARN ABOUT LAND TRUSTS & MORE!
National Public Housing Museum invites you to participate in a virtual land trust teach-in.
Register here to receive the Zoom Meeting Link: nphmlandtrust.eventbrite.com.
PART ONE: 11:00 AM-12:00 PM (CT)
PART TWO: 1-2:30 PM (CT)
As land and gardens have often been an extension of someone’s home, this program will share the history and civil rights roots of the land trust movement. Learn about why land trusts are an essential political tool and how they can ensure community control over land. By advocating against displacement and commodification of land, we can imagine an alternative and collective future where housing is a human right.
SHIRLEY SHERROD: Civil rights and land collective activist, co-founder of New Communities
ANTON SEALS JR.: Lead Steward of Grow Greater Englewood
ZACHARY MURRAY: Oakland based housing activist and Partnership for the Bay’s Future Fellow(Additional guests to be added.)
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
For those participating in Chicago, we are partnering with Community Kitchen to distribute free, delicious meals.
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This event is made possible with funding from Allstate, the Illinois Arts Council Agency, the Kresge Foundation, and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.
National Public Housing Museum is the only cultural institution devoted to telling the story of public housing in the United States. Its mission is to preserve, promote, and propel the right of all people to a place where they can live and prosper — a place to call home. Learn more at nphm.org https://www.nphm.org/