Reimagining Philadelphia: Housing is a Human Right


The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically exposed a system that promotes profits over people. We need to build a movement that demands transformative changes that empowers working people and marginalized communities, while challenging the power of corporations and the rich. Now is our time to reimagine a transformative city.

Saturday August 8th at 11:00 AM 

Join us as we continue our online conversations on how we can organize and build power during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

Topic: The Housing Crisis in Philadelphia including racial disparities in housing, eviction rates, and recent housing legislation. This session we will be joined by the following speakers:

  • Rasheedah Phillips, Managing Attorney of Housing Policy at Community Legal Services
  • Stephanie Dorenbosch from the Tenant Union Representative Network (TURN)
  • Sterling Johnson, advocate for housing rights
  • Stephen Drain, Organizer, Working Families Party, Pennsylvania
  • Betty Beaufort, 215PA Member

215PA members and those new to 215PA are welcome!

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