Dawn Phillips, Right to the City Alliance

Building Social Movements & Winning the Right to the City in the Age of Trump

“Gentrification & the Right to the City”
Tuesday, February 12, 11:00am, 6191 Helen C. White

“Understanding the Effects of Gentrification”
Wednesday, February 13, 12 noon, Multicultural Student Center, Red Gym, 2nd floor

Co-sponsored by the Multicultural Student Center and Freedom, Inc.

DAWN PHILLIPS is the Executive Director, and a founding member, of the Right to the City Alliance and has been a grassroots organizer engaged in a range of social, economic, racial and environmental justice organizations and struggles in the Bay Area and nationally for 25 years. Prior to joining Right to the City, Dawn was the Program Director at Causa Justa/Just Cause, a grassroots membership organization focused on community development, housing, and immigrant justice issues in the Bay Area. Dawn also served as Executive Director of People United for a Better Oakland (PUEBLO) and Organizing Director of Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS).


Housing and Land_A Need for Transformative Demands


Tenant Organizing for the Right to the City