Housing Justice for Vancouver: Affordability, Inclusion and Redress. Below the Radar podcast

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Date created
2019-02-25
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Author: Johal, Am
Abstract
Episode 11 of Below the Radar features Stephanie Allen, a director of the Hogan's Alley Society, and Vice-president at Catalyst Community Developments Society and #46 on the 2018 VanMag Power 50 List. In this episode Am Johal and Stephanie Allen discuss affordable housing, the pros and cons of not-for-profit real estate development, the nature of ownership and property, along with a look at the fight for Hogan’s Alley and the recognition of the erasure of black culture from Vancouver through city development. To learn more, or get involved check out these links:www.catalystcommdev.orgwww.hogansalleysociety.orgOr follow Stephanie on Twitter @builtjustice
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Episode 11 of Below the Radar features Stephanie Allen. In this episode Am Johal and Stephanie Allen discuss affordable housing, the pros and cons of not-for-profit real estate development, the nature of ownership and property, along with a look at the fight for Hogan’s Alley and the recognition of the erasure of black culture from Vancouver through city development.
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btrp11
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