American Housing and Economics
As part of DNDA’s 8-event Let’s Talk Race Series, American Housing and Economics is a half-day workshop looking at the history of American’s economic structure based in imperialism, exploitation, and extraction—and how racism was used as a reason and motivation for such structure. We will then look at how this structure continues today in our current housing structure and crisis in Seattle. Participants will take part in activities and dialogue to reflect on how this economic structure has impacted their lives through storytelling and circle practice. This will be an opportunity for learning from others experiences, healing, growth, and connection as a community. Free community dinner and child care will be provided. FREE event! Just let us know you’re coming at tinyurl.com/RaceSeries4.
Saturday May 12, 1-6 pm, Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
West Seattle, Washington