East Lake Meadows is the story of a public housing community in Atlanta that became nearly uninhabitable after years of neglect and underfunding. Eventually, it was torn down to create a mixed-income community. Yet, only 15% of people returned to the property after it was completed. Some were ineligible to return due to tighter restrictions. The film's exploration of displacement and systemic racism are of interest to our leaders in light of the City's Affordable Housing Bond investment in the redevelopment of Durham Housing Authority properties over the next several years.
Register for PBS Documentary - Eastlake Meadows Zoom Discussion with Durham CAN Leaders
Durham CAN will be hosting two opportunities to discuss the PBS Documentary, East Lake Meadows, this week. Please register in advance by clicking on the link for the discussion session that works best for you.
Once you have registered, you will be sent a Zoom link that you will use to join the session. (See photo below. The red arrow points to the Zoom link.)
We are looking forward to sharing this experience with you all.
If you have trouble the day of the session, please text (919) 717 7116 or email Heather and she will do her best to get it worked out.
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