How can Community Land Trusts (CLTs) and Housing co-operatives reach extremely low income (ELI) households? Learn how from those who have done it in this two-hour webinar, jointly organized with the New Economy Project, Partners for Dignity & Rights, and the New York City Community Land Initiative.
This is a follow-up to the Affordable for Whom? Conference where over 200 organizers, activists and community developers gathered to share their experience in making land ownership a keystone to housing justice.
Moderated by Partners for Dignity & Rights, Co-Executive Director, Kenyon Farrow, the webinar includes:
☸ Zach Murray, Up South/Down South, co-author of The Resource Toolkit, and former program director at Oakland Community Land Trust and policy analyst at Grounded Solutions.
☸ Athena Bernkopf, Project Director of East Harlem/ El Barrio Community Land Trust
☸ Nora Lichtash, Director of the Women’s Community Revitalization Project
☸ Steve King, Director of the Oakland CLT
☸ Michael Monte, Director of Champlain Housing Trust, VT
If you’re engaged in housing justice organizing that works towards community ownership, developing deeply affordable housing, or just want to learn more about it, this webinar will provide you with real-life examples and lessons learned that can inform your work in your own community.