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Part 2- De-Designing Segregation: Strategies to Unwind Residential Segregation

  

 
   

Connecticut is one of the most segregated states in the country - and this segregation was generated by a long history of public and private actions. The tragic legacy of these actions is our inheritance as a society. It has shaped where we live, who can be our neighbors, and the demographics of our towns and regions. Please join Open Communities Alliance for this two-part series hosted by the Fairfield Museum and History Center and Westport Museum for History and Culture in partnership with First Church Congregational of Fairfield the Saugatuck Congregational Church of Westport, the Fairfield Affordable Housing Committee, and TEAM Westport.


Part 2: NOVEMBER 20, 2019 @ 7:00 P.M.
De-Designing Segregation: Strategies to unwind Residential Segregation 
Please join us for an exploration of innovative strategies being used around the country to counteract the history of intentional government segregation. We will consider the role of towns, regions, and the state in "unwinding" segregation, with a particular focus on the role the generation of mixed-income communities can play in creating a more equitable and sustainable Connecticut.

Event Recording:De-Designing Segregation: Strategies to Unwind Residential Segregation 

Zoning to Promote Equity, Presented by Anika Singh Lemar, Clinical Associate Professor of Law, Yale Law School.

The Case for Addressing Segregation and Confronting Myths around Affordable Housing, Presented by Erin Boggs, Esq., Executive Director of OCA.

Local History in Westport, Presented by Nicole Carpenter, Director of Programs and Education for the Westport Museum for History and Culture.
WHEN
November 20, 2019 at 7pm - 8:30pm
WHERE
Saugatuck Congregational Church, Westport 
Westport, CT
United States
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CONTACT
Taniqua Huguley ·

Will you come?

  • Open Communities Alliance
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  • Hartford, CT 06106
  • Phone: 860-610-6040