Monday 14th May 2018
7 – 8:30pm
at MOHAI
860 Terry Ave N. Seattle, WA 98109
Put on by Museum of History and Industry
More info / tickets

Al Smith documented decades of change in Seattle’s Central District. Today, nearly 1,100 people move to Seattle every week. How can we integrate newcomers without displacing longtime residents and businesses? From community land trusts to development moratoriums and community controlled development—come learn about local organizations’ strategies for resisting displacement and keeping communities intact.

Moderated by: Inye Wokoma, Seattle-based filmmaker and visual artist

Panelists Include:

K. Wyking Garrett, Africatown Community Land Trust

Marlon Dylan Herrera, CID Coalition

Hodan Hassan, Got Green

-via MOHAI