Updated: Jan 2, 2020
What does genuine equitable development look like? How can practitioners make sure equity and inclusion are core principles present throughout a development project? How are successful cross-sector collaboratives and neighborhood equitable development plans started? This Center for Community Progress webinar will feature profiles of two projects in which stakeholders decided to reform programs and practices and embrace equity and inclusion as organizational principles and desired project outcomes.
Moderator: Tarik Abdelazim, Associate Director of National Technical Assistance, Center for Community Progress
Presenters: Ginger Rumph, Executive Director, Douglass Community Land Trust; Jim Steck, Senior Vice President of Housing, City First Homes; and Adam Zaranko, Executive Director, Albany County Land Bank