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Land Tenure and Building Neighborhood Capacity

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Land Tenure and Building Neighborhood Capacity

April 6, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

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Join us on April 6th, as we convene diverse voices to share insights, best practices, and challenges around the tools and processes necessary to cultivate ecosystems of social change.
*All Mayoral and Council Candidates have been invited to this invitation-only event.
The Land Tenure and Building Neighborhood Capacity: A Community Land Trust Model for Trenton’s Capital City Farm event will serve as an opportunity to convene multi-sector stakeholders to explore the intersectionality of socio-spatial challenges. Such as generational wealth inequities created by Redlining and Urban Renewal policies, rising living expenses, coupled with land and construction costs outpacing public resources, which will reactivate a timely discussion on the value of models like Community Land Trusts and Cooperatives, to support equitable neighborhood development.
Moderator:
Barbara George Johnson, The John S. Watson Institute of Public Policy of Thomas Edison State University
Panelists:
Jacqui Ivey, Founder of The Conservatory Mansion, Trenton CLT Community Activator
Diana Rodgers, Director Division of Economic and Industrial Development at The City of Trenton
Bryan Lee, Architect and Founder of Colloqate(born and raised in Trenton)
Featured Speaker:
Judith Kovisars, Board Commissioner, Housing Authority of Winter Park, FL, Former Trenton resident and author of “Obituary For A Hometown.” Co-Founder of Hannibal Square CLT in Winter Park, FL.
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April 6, 2018
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5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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