|When||Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016, 4 – 5:30 p.m.|
|Campus location||Communications Building (CMU)|
|Event types||Lectures/Seminars, Screenings|
|Event sponsors||Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Geography, Comparative History of Ideas, Department of Urban Design & Planning, Center for Human Rights|
Juan Haro from immigrant women-led Movement for Justice in El Barrio leads a discussion on successful strategies taking on multimillionaire landlords and government entities & policies that support them in the fight against displacement and gentrification. Movement is a primarily low-income, immigrant, majority-women organization working against gentrification and for local housing rights.