Friday, June 21
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8:45 – Morning keynote by Samuel Stein, author of Capital City: Gentrification and the Real Estate State
9:30 – 11:00: Concurrent Panels Session I
Popular Planning for Climate Action in NYC with CUNY Graduate Center’s Climate Action Lab
Street Vending, Global Capital, and Local Exclusion in an Immigrant Neighborhood with Women in Informal Employment Globalizing and Organizing (WIEGO) and the Street Vendor Project
Fighting for People-Driven Investment: how local knowledge and engagement can support efforts to build wealth in place with Carolina Center for Public Service, Communities in Partnership, and the NYC Real Estate Investment Cooperative
11:15 - 12:45: Concurrent Panels Session II
The New Deal and the Green New Deal in NYC with Labor Network for Sustainability the and other voices
Building Tenant Power and Holding Banks Accountable for Predatory Equity with the Cooper Square Committee
Sustaining and Supporting Community Organizing Against Evictions: Strategies from Women Leaders of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo’s Favelas and Their Allies, with the Museum of the Removals, Vila Autódromo, Horto Neighborhood and Friends Organization, the Popular Council, ReciclAção, Sustainable Favela Network, Catalytic Communities, RioOnWatch, the Observatory of Evictions, and UFABC.
Shared Equity Housing Strategies with Northern Manhattan Community Land Trust, Bronx Cooperative Development Initiative, Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition and Committee to House the Bay Area
3:00 – Concurrent Panels Session III
Earthly Concerns: Religious Institutions and Real Estate with Judson Memorial Church, Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing, Manhattan Borough President’s Office, Housing Data Coalition, Riseboro Community Partnership and New York University Urban Democracy Lab.
Reimagining the “Tenant” to Empower and Protect NYC Neighborhoods with Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development.
Abolition and a Black Sense of Place
5:00: Closing Panel: Then and Now, Inside Out: Planning as a Social Movement, with Tom Angotti, Eve Baron, Dana Driskell, Emily Ahn Levy, and Emma Osore
Saturday June 22nd
400 Years of Inequality: A Planner’s Observance for a Just Future with Ron Shiffman
11:00 – MOBILE WORKSHOPS
Tenant Organizing in Chinatown with Collective for Community, Culture and Environment
Community-Controlled Land for Community-Controlled Public Space with Picture the Homeless
In Defense of Grassroots Cultural Spaces with NYC Artist Coalition