Brooklyn Community Forum on Anti-Gentrification and Displacement RESCHEDULED FOR JULY 24
Sunday, July 10, 2016
Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium, 3rd Floor
BECAUSE OF AN AIR-CONDITIONING OUTAGE, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR JULY 24.
You're invited to an afternoon of performances, panel discussions, small-group conversations, and more, all exploring the effects of gentrification and displacement on New Yorkers, specifically communities of color. You'll also hear about successful strategies led by people of color to protect and preserve their neighborhoods. Information tables provided by community groups will be set up throughout the afternoon.
Opening Ceremony | Performance by Calpulli Tlet Papalotzin
Panel: Effects of Gentrification and Displacement | Moderator: Rob Robinson, Take Back the Land
Musical Performance | Monsters of Brooklyn
Panel: Successful Strategies and Stories on Rezoning and Development | Moderator: Tom Angotti, Director of the Hunter College Center for Community Planning & Development
Breakout Sessions | Small-group discussions and working groups facilitated by the panel speakers
Workshop: How Can Cultural Institutions Support Communities | Facilitated by Antonio Serna, Artists of Color Bloc, and Todd Ayoung, Pratt Social Practice Group | Invited guest Aurora P. Robinson, Black Lives Matter Pratt
Closing Gathering | Performance by Monsters of Brooklyn
This program is organized and co-presented in collaboration with Artists of Color Bloc, B.A.N., MTOPP, and select artists from the exhibition Agitprop!.
Free with Museum admission, which is a suggested donation.