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Boulder Housing Equity Symposium

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eTown Hall

1535 Spruce Street

Boulder, CO 80302

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The City of Boulder, in partnership with the Boulder Chamber and the Urban Land Institute, is hosting its first Housing Equity Symposium.

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This event aims to raise awareness and understanding of Boulder’s history related to race and class, how it impacts the city’s current housing challenges and to begin a community dialogue to identify specific actions to address long-standing inequities.

The event will feature an introduction by Congressman Joe Neguse and local and national speakers.

Keynotes will include: Lisa Bender, President of the Minneapolis City Council, Dr. Abby Hickcox, Associate Director of the Arts & Sciences Honors Program at the University of Colorado and co-founder Boulder Affordable Housing Regional Initiative and Dr. Tiffany Manuel, PhD, President and CEO of TheCaseMade.

Presentations, a panel discussion and an opportunity for questions from the audience are also on the agenda.

For more information please visit the city's website.

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eTown’s mission is to educate, entertain and inspire a diverse audience, through music and conversation, to create a socially responsible and environmentally sustainable world.

 

eTown Hall is located in the heart of downtown Boulder, Colorado. A world-class performance venue, full service recording studio and community center, eTown Hall is also home to the famous eTown radio show. A non-profit organization since 1991, eTown has been committed to environmental education and “doing the right thing.” This building, converted from an old church facility, is quite possibly the greenest music and media center in Colorado!

 

eTown Hall is unique – not another venue in the country like it. It’s recycled (a former church), rebuilt (a total renovation from the ground up), renovated (state of the art sound systems, recording studio) repurposed (a green building that makes its own solar power, has extremely efficient heating and cooling, used recycled and repurposed materials in the renovation) and reinvigorated (the community LOVES eTown Hall!) .

 

eTown Hall Refund and Exchange Policy: eTown does not provide refunds or exchanges for any ticket purchases. If you have further questions, please call us at 303-443-8696, ext. 100.

 

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NOTE: If you are trying to reach us over the weekend about a weekend show or event, the best way to get in touch with us is by calling our Box Office at (303) 443-8696, ext. 117. Someone should be on-site a couple of hours before doors open the day of the show to answer your call, or return your message as soon as possible.

 

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