The Race Inequality and Policy Initiative Presents
Housing Loss and Discrimination: The Impact of Evictions on Communities of Color
SEPTEMBER 16 | 4:00 PM | REGISTER HERE
Dr. Brittany Battle, Assistant Professor, WFU Sociology “There Was Not a Moratorium Here: The Realities of the Eviction Crisis During COVID 19”
Dr. Dan Rose, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Winston Salem State, “Swiss Cheese Moratoria: The Failures of Federal, State, and Local Eviction Protections During the Pandemic”
Dr. Toussaint Losier, Assistant Professor, Afro-American Studies, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, ” To Tell the Whole Wide World This is People’s Territory: Human Rights and Housing Decommodification in the Praxis of the Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign”
Dr. Sherri Lawson Clark, Associate Professor, WFU Anthropology, Rubin Professor and Director of American Ethnic Studies and RIPI Steering Committee member will moderate the discussion.
Slavery, Race, and Memory Project American Ethnic Studies Politics & International Affairs