Razing Liberty Square

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6:30 PM, Monday, February 12, 2024 PST
Location: Online Event - Pacific Standard Time (click for map)

Please join Mt Baker Meaningful Movies, Port Townsend Meaningful Movies, West Seattle Meaningful Movies and Independent Lens for our free upcoming event on February 12th. At 6:30 PM we will be streaming the film Razing Liberty Square on our Meaningful Movies Maestro Channel located at: https://maestro.tv/indielens/meaningful-movies-project.

After the film, there will be a community conversation on Zoom. The community conversation will start at 7:30 PM, immediately after the film. Go here: https://zoom.us/j/96698666643

We will also provide the link to the conversation when you go to the film screening on our Meaningful Movies Maestro Channel. Again, please click on this link to go to the channel and see the film at 6:30 on Feb 12: https://maestro.tv/indielens/meaningful-movies-project

Description of Razing Liberty Square:

Liberty City, Miami, was home to one of the oldest segregated public housing projects in the U.S. Now with rising sea levels, the neighborhood’s higher ground has become something else: real estate gold. Wealthy property owners push inland to higher ground, creating a speculators’ market in the historically Black neighborhood previously ignored by developers and policy-makers alike.

Special Guest

We are delighted that Christina Rosales, Housing and Land Justice Director for Power Switch Action, Seattle WA. Christina Rosales works with affiliates to build and grow housing and land justice campaigns and strategies that advance housing as a human right and put housing and land in community control.

Special Guests: Christina Rosales - Housing and Land Justice Director, Seattle, WA for Power Switch Action

Release Year: 2023

Running Time: 86 minutes

Director: Katja Esson

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  1. Julia
    #1 Julia 5 February, 2024, 13:57

    As someone who works everyday with the unsheltered in my community – the trailer made me cry.

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