Community organizers from Critical Resistance, Indian People Organizing for Change, People of Color Sustainable Housing Network, and Street Level Health Project will discuss gentrification in Oakland through the lenses of:

– policing and imprisonment
– settler colonialism and Indigeneity
– visionary housing alternatives
– immigration
– public health

This roundtable will highlight the role of activism in developing a dynamic understanding of how gentrification intersects across many political projects.

Saturday, May 7 at 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM

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Oakland Main Library
125 14th St, Oakland, California 94612

Please enter via the Madison Street courtyard (between 13th and 14th). The event is in the Auditorium, which is on the basement level.

Refreshments provided!

This event is presented by The “Oakland School” of Urban Studies graduate working group (, with support from University of California Humanities Research Institute. For more information, contact