Alice Street Film Screening & Community Benefits Agreements Discussion
May 10, 2021 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Join us at 6:00 pm for an online community viewing of the Alice Street Film:
“Two artists form an unlikely partnership to paint their most ambitious mural to date in Oakland’s downtown, ground zero for gentrification. The mural is dedicated to the diverse cultural artists that intersect on the corner, who are threatened by displacement. As the mural paint dries, a luxury condo is planned that will obstruct the art and cultural history. The community decides to fight back.”
You can view the film on May 10th at 6pm on YouTube via this link; then, join us for the after-discussion.
Then, after the film is done, join EBHO’s Lead Organizer Dolores Tejada and Oakland Chinatown Coalition member and 5th generation Oaklander, Lailan Sandra Huen, in a conversation about how Community Benefits Agreements can be a tool to prevent displacement and support our communities.