May 11, 5:30 PM PT
Housing is an important part of the sustainability conversation. What materials do we use to make our homes? Where do we make our homes? How do people access housing? What are the implications of housing as a part of the economic model? Considering that we have what we need to house all people, why and how do we see inequities persist?
In Seattle, housing and gentrification are particularly charged topics as we remain one of the most expensive cities in the country. The city of Seattle also resides on the ancestral lands of the Duwamish Tribe, which is currently fighting for federal re-recognition.
This Think Tank will explore alternative visions to what sustainable housing in Seattle could look like, and initiatives already underway to make these visions a reality.
The Think Tank brings together perspectives from our community such as the City of Seattle Office of Housing and Urban Development, BIPOC Sustainable Tiny Art House Community, Sawhorse Revolution, and YOU.
This event is free to attend!