To create the Bay Area of 2070 that we want to see, we not only need to radically change how much housing gets built, how we build it and where, but we also must ensure that the benefits of this new infill development are shared by those who have been historically left behind, specifically low-income communities and communities of color. As part of a new series of Digital Discourses titled “Housing the Region”, we’ll gather state legislators and policy leaders in conversation to focus on the steps needed to stabilize both people and neighborhoods around the region.
+ Assemblymember Ash Kalra / California State Assembly
+ Assemblymember Buffy Wicks / California State Assembly
+ Sarah Karlinsky / SPUR
+ Kristy Wang / SPUR
+ Michael Lane / SPUR
This program is generously sponsored by:
April 23: How Can ‘Housing as Infrastructure’ Happen In California?
April 27: New Planning Visions for Coyote Valley
April 28: A 'Bigger Picture' for the Bay Area
May 5: Meeting the Bay Area's Water Demand
May 6: Water-Wise Development for the Bay Area
May 6: The Path to 2.2 Million Homes in the Bay Area
May 11: City Trivia Night XIX: Bay Area Edition
May 13: Building a Better Future for the Region
May 13: Championing a Bay Area for All
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