Socialist Night School: Gentrification and the Capital City

July 2, 2019

In recent years, Oakland, San Francisco, and cities across the country have been drastically reshaped by gentrification: new development causes rents in formerly affordable neighborhoods to skyrocket, pricing working people out of their neighborhoods — often where their families have lived for generations — and leaving many people without homes altogether.

Who or what is driving gentrification? How has gentrification played out in Oakland in particular? And what can be done to address the crises of displacement and homelessness caused by gentrification? Join East Bay DSA’s Socialist Night School on Tuesday, July 2 to discuss these questions and more.

Accessibility: The venue and restrooms are wheelchair-accessible.

Required Readings

See the readings that we'll be discussing after a brief introduction from our members.


Details

When: July 2, 2019, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Where: East Bay Community Space 507 55th St, oakland, CA, 94609
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