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Toronto CLT Movement: Housing Justice, Racial Equity and Economic Democracy

November 4 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT

What: Housing Justice, Racial Equity and Economic Democracy
When: Fri, 4 November 2022, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT
Where: St. Mark’s Church, 201 Cowan Avenue, Toronto, ON
If you are attending #ACSP Conference – you can get to the site from Hilton Toronto by taking the 501 Queen Street streetcar.
How Much: FREE

Toronto has seen remarkable growth of community land trusts (CLTs) in the last 10 years. These CLTs have been established as community-led alternatives to address issues of eviction, displacement, structural racism and speculation. Now, they have come to embody the second generation of the Canadian CLT movement. Please join this panel discussion to learn how Toronto’s CLTs are pursuing transformative changes built on the principles of housing justice, racial equity and economic democracy.

Featuring the following panelists:

  • Dane Williams – Black Urbanism Toronto (BUTO)
  • Ivy Farquhar‑McDonnell – Circle CLT
  • Dominique Russell – Kensington Market CLT
  • Joshua Barndt & PNLT board director – Parkdale Neighbourhood Land Trust
  • Amy Lam & Alexandra Hong – Toronto Chinatown Land Trust
  • Panel Facilitation: Kuni Kamizaki (U of T)
  • Closing Remarks: Chiyi Tam (Kensignton Market CLT & Toronto Chinatown Land Trust)Register at this link.

Details

Date:
November 4
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT
Website:
http://www.plannersnetwork.org

Organizer

Planners Network
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Venue

St. Mark’s Church
201 Cowan Ave
Toronto, Canada
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For our 2022 series of events, we want to give special thanks to our partners at Catalytic Communities/Favela CLT Network, CLT Brussels, CLT Leuven, South of Scotland Community Housing, and Stadtbodenstiftung — as well as our funders Champlain Housing Trust, Gary Philanthropy, Lopez CLT, MidFirst Bank, Urban Land Conservancy, and World Habitat.

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