February 3, 2022

SCAPH Presents Righting Past Wrongs: Redlining’s Causal Role in Shaping Southern CA Communities and the Movement for Land Reparations

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In recent times, localities throughout the country have been grappling with ways to right the wrongs of the past. The creation of a California State Reparations Task Force and local efforts to return land to displaced communities reflect the efforts being made. Join us on February 23rd as we take a deeper look into what actions can be taken at the state and local level, and how we as housers can play a role.

We will first have a presentation by Dr. Anthony Orlando, whose new book, “Keeping Races in Their Places: The Dividing Lines That Shaped the American City” explores the lasting impacts of redlining and the potential current day solutions.  We will then hear from a fantastic panel on what land reparations mean for our communities, followed by a Q+A from the audience.

Moderator:

-Kelsey Brewer, Director of Government Affairs and Policy, Jamboree Housing

Speakers:

-Dr. Anthony W. Orlando, Assistant Professor in the Finance, Real Estate, and Law Department, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
-Lisa Holder, Esq, LA Civil Rights litigator; Member of the State Task Force on Reparations
-Tara Barauskas, Executive Director, Community Corporation of Santa Monica
-Kristin McCowan, City Councilmember, Santa Monica
-Kimberly Morales Johnson, Tribal Secretary, San Gabriel Band of Mission Indians/Gabrieleno Tongva

When:
February 23rd
9:30AM - 10:45AM
Where:
Online Event
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