Activism in the Real Estate State
Writing in Capital City, Samuel Stein outlined the challenges for urban planning in a time when tenant activism is one of the few counterweights aligned against powerful interests in real estate as a financialized investment.
Drawing from the work of housing activists from Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, this discussion, held on January 25th, reflects on strategies and struggles for housing justice in a time of growing housing precarity and evictions.
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