My Brooklyn

Apr 18, 2016

Film Screening and Organizer Panel: A Social Justice Fund Benefit for Housing Justice Organizing in the NW

Co-presented with Social Justice Fund
Pre-screening reception at 6:30pm
Free event!
RSVP for this event HERE *NOTE: This event is at full capacity but some tickets will still be available at the door*

Please join Social Justice Fund Northwest's Momentum Giving Project on Housing Justice for a special screening of My Brooklyn: The real story behind the takeover of America's hippest city. My Brooklyn is a documentary about Director Kelly Anderson’s personal journey, as a Brooklyn “gentrifier,” to understand the forces reshaping her neighborhood along lines of race and class. There will be a chance to discuss the film with local housing justice organizers who are addressing gentrification and displacement in our own neck of the woods. All are welcome! This event is free to attend, and all guests will be invited to make a gift of an amount meaningful to them. All funds will support the urgent work of housing justice organizing in the Northwest via Social Justice Fund NW

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