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Published on Nov 19, 2013
On October 21, 2013 EBHO hosted a workshop designed to explore the different factors and trends that lead to displacement, and what strategies EBHO is pursuing to fight it in the East Bay. We were excited to have new and veteran friends engage in a dialogue around the foreclosure crisis and lingering threats from subsequent speculative investment trends, the possible risks associated with the implementation of transit-oriented development projects without an equity framework, risks of converting rental units to condominiums, and repercussions of increasing rents.
Condo conversion: To get involved with the condo conversion campaign to protect renters who live in two to four unit buildings, contact Elissa Dennis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Oakland: To learn more about foreclosures, displacement issues, and Transit-Oriented Development in Oakland, contact Gloria at email@example.com and join our Oakland Committee
Regional: To learn more about regional work on equitable TOD, contact Jeff Levin at firstname.lastname@example.org and be a part of our East Bay Regional Policy Committee
Resident and Community Organizing: To learn more about trainings, workshops, and opportunities to organize, please contact Jean Cohen at email@example.com
EBHO updates: To get general updates about EBHO events, workshops, and news, please contact Anthony Federico at firstname.lastname@example.org
Special thanks to our community partners for helping make this workshop a success! Dawn Phillips (Causa Justa:: Just Cause) Elissa Dennis (Community Economics) Pamela Hall (ACCE) Peggy Jen (Bay Area LISC)