Movement for Justice in El Barrio is a People of Colour (POC)-led grassroots organization that has successfully prevented the displacement of hundreds of racialized people (largely women and children), living in rent-controlled apartments in East Harlem. Over the past few years, the organization has traveled to different cities to present their resident-led mobilizing strategies and exchange ideas with local organizers on ensuring community-owned, community-led housing rights victories. This September, the organization will be in Toronto, see details below on dates and events.
“The Politics of Listening: Fighting for Justice with Marginalized People, L@s de Abajo, to Transform the World”
Thursday September 27, 11am – 1pm
Centre for Public Sociology, Ross N141, York University, Hosted by the Department of Sociology
“Fighting Gentrification with Grow Our Grassways and the Movement for Justice in El Barrio (NYC)”
Thursday September 27, 6–8:30 pm
Driftwood Community Centre, Hosted by Grow Our Grassways
“Base-building for Social Justice Organizing: Getting Our Communities Involved in the Fight”
Friday September 28, 6-8pm
Hosted by No One Is Illegal Toronto, Ontario Coalition Against Poverty.
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Light Refreshment will be provided!
Supported by York University's LA&PS Global & Community Engagement Office, Vice- Provost Office and the Department of Sociology, LA&PS.