A BOLD FUTURE FOR EQUITABLE HOUSING IN CALIFORNIA: A SERIES OF EVENTS ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING SOLUTIONS
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The pandemic was a stark reminder of the importance of relationships between local government and community. The need for the government to act swiftly and equitably was apparent, as the nation saw an explosion of activism around public health and safety, housing and homelessness, and economic and climate justice. These movements centered the needs of those most affected by the crises, but how can we ensure community voices are centered in policy-making processes?
This panel will discuss Partnership for the Bay’s Future’s innovative model of policy change that facilitates community and government collaboration. This model ensures community leaders have a seat at the table and can better understand the inner workings of government, while also providing resources and insight to government officials as they craft policy.
*This event will be recorded.
- Benjamin Toney / Partnership for the Bay's Future
- Chris Norman / Oakland Housing and Community Development
- Ellen Wu / Urban Habitat
The forum will be moderated by Aysha Pamukcu from the San Francisco Foundation and the Partnership for the Bay's Future.
This forum is generously sponsored by:
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