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Gentrification is Colonialism: Housing and Colonizing Architecture Online

When: Sat., Dec. 3, 2-5 p.m.
Email: [email protected]
Price: Free
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Housing & Colonizing Architecture Moderator: Kwame Holmes, scholar in residence at Bard, Human Rights Panelists: Chris Cornelius, architect, studio:indigenous Alec Martinez, urban-planning student, Harvard Graduate School of Design Forge Project will host a public panel focusing on the ways in which architecture itself, including but not limited to "public” or government housing, is a tool of the colonial project in the United States and Canada. In this context, Indigenous architecture, both historical and contemporary, offer non- and anti-colonial models useful in understanding and extending both organizing and scholarship with regards to government housing.
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