Bay Area LISC Presents: Building a Better Business District
- David Brower Center, Berkeley CA
The Equity Collaborative of the Bay Area Regional Prosperity Plan Project invites you to join with advocates, community-based organizations, local leaders, and public agencies to discuss how we can better organize and collaborate for equitable housing, transportation, and jobs. Affordable housing, living wage jobs, access to transportation, and displacement prevention are critical issues for our communities. How can we better collaborate for equity?
The event is free, but registration is required.
Contact Peggy Jen at Bay Area LISC: email@example.com
About the Equity Collaborative
The Equity Collaborative was created to coordinate with the other working groups to integrate equity principles in the work plan, and provide resources to ensure that underrepresented groups most in need of affordable housing and quality jobs have a real voice in the development and implementation of the plan. The Equity Collaborative is chaired by: Jane Martin, POWER; and Gen Fujioka, Chinatown CDC. Participating organizations include:
Asian Neighborhood Design, Bay Area Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), California Housing Partnership (CHPC), Causa Justa /Just Cause, Chinatown Community Development Center (CCDC), Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth, Council of Community Housing Organizations, Dolores Street Community Services, East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy, East Bay Asian Local Development Corp., Genesis, People Organizing to Win Employment Rights (POWER), PolicyLink, Public Advocates, Public Interest Law Project, Public Health Institute (PHI), San Francisco Foundation - Great Communities Collaborative, Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp, Youth United for Community Action (YUCA).
About the Prosperity Plan
LISC's mission is to support low income people and communities to make their neighborhoods great places to live, work and raise families. For more information visit our website.
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