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Saturday, June 20 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Anti-Eviction Mapping Project: Data Viz & Storytelling

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This panel by the Bay Area's Anti Eviction Mapping Project, will focus on how data visualization, digital storytelling, and collective participatory research makes visible what gentrification obscures. Participants will learn how to map out the forces and effects of gentrification. We will discuss how real estate and big tech have colluded to create policies of displacement, and we will discuss our mutual aid oral history project, which places neighborhood and eviction stories on an interactive map.

Presenters
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Manissa Maharawal

Anti-Eviction Mapping project, CUNY
Manissa Maharawal is the Oral History Project CoDirector of the AEMP. She is also a doctoral candidate in the anthropology department at the CUNY Graduate Center and a trained oral historian, focusing on community resistance to gentrification in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York City.
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Anti-Eviction Mapping Project

Anti-Eviction Mapping Project, UC Santa Cruz
Erin McElroy directs the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project and organizes mutual aid direct actions with Eviction Free San Francisco. As a doctoral student in Feminist Studies at UC Santa Cruz, Erin engages decolonial method and queer critique to study the postsocialist dispossession of Roma communities.
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Manon Vergerio

Community Organizer, Carroll Gardens Association
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Carla Wojczuk

Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Carla is an educator, artist, and cultural organizer, and believes oral histories can make visible narratives that resist domination. She paints and organizes community mural and theater projects, facilitates dialogues, organizes creative actions, and struggles for a world characterized by justice.


Saturday June 20, 2015 2:00pm - 3:30pm
State Hall: Room 137