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Our stories: Experiences with housing, race, racism and whiteness

Fri, Sep 18, 2020    1pm

GSAPP’s Housing Lab begins a series of informal and interdisciplinary open conversations on housing, race, racism, and whiteness. This first session will be facilitated by Lab members including Juan Moreno, Johane Clermont, Eric Iglesias, Jiazhen Lin, Maru Perez, Bernadette Baird-Zars, and others. Before this session, participants are asked to reflect on their own experiences and professional encounters with housing and race, and housing and whiteness.

The Housing Lab student team hosts a series of informal and interdisciplinary open conversations on housing, race, racism, and whiteness during the fall 2020 semester, on Fridays between 1–2PM. Each session focuses on a specific theme, often with an expert practitioner or researcher on hand as a co-facilitator along with members of the Housing Lab student team. The series is part of the Housing Lab’s project to explicitly integrate an anti-racist agenda into its current engagements and methods of working.



Free and open to the public. Virtual events hosted on Zoom Webinar do not require an account to attend. Advance registration is encouraged.

GSAPP is committed to providing universal access to all of our virtual events. Please contact Lyla Catellier via email at events@arch.columbia.edu to request disability accommodations. Advance notice is necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs.