San Francisco + San José + Oakland

What's New in the World of Anti-Displacement?

Housing construction

As California grows and changes, anti-displacement strategies must assume a critical role in stabilizing communities and building more equitable and inclusive cities. Join us to learn about the latest research coming out of UC Berkeley’s Urban Displacement Project, and to hear how the cities of San José and San Francisco are applying the important and timely findings from that work to their own anti-displacement policies.

+ Jacky Morales-Ferrand / San José Department of Housing
+ Tim Thomas / UC Berkeley
+ Andrea Nelson / San Francisco Planning Department




SPUR Digital Discourse
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$10 for non-members.

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