Date and Time

Thursday, November 12, 2020

Location

The California Endowment Conference Center
2000 Franklin Street, Oakland

Description

As resegregation reshapes the Bay Area, low-income communities of color are increasingly living at the expanding edges of the region, where they struggle to find quality jobs, schools, and public transportation, decent affordable housing, and a political voice.

Generating policy alternatives to the region's unjust land use, housing, and transportation systems have not been enough to stop this trend. To truly achieve regional equity in an era of resegregation, we must demand transformative politics that increases the political power of disenfranchised communities.

This day-long event will bring together over 100 Bay Area leaders to develop effective strategies for building the kind of political power we need to achieve housing, transportation, and climate justice.

Become a Sponsor

We are only charging $40 for registration to ensure all who want to attend can participate. Your support as a sponsor is critical to ensuring this event is a success. Become a sponsor today by completing the form online. If you have any questions, contact Sunaena Lehil at sunaena@urbanhabitat.org.