Join NYU Gallatin’s Urban Democracy Lab for a film screening and discussion with filmmakers and community organizers with the Cooper Square Land Trust.
Rabble Rousers follows documents the grassroots movement that launched the Cooper Square Land Trust. A trailblazing housing organizer and her diverse working class neighbors fight Robert Moses, the real estate industry and five mayors to create the Cooper Square Community Land Trust in New York City – an oasis of permanent low-income housing in the heart of the rapidly gentrifying Lower East Side.RSVP
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