Richmond housing challenges with Randy Shaw


May 4, 2019 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
(2540 Macdonald Ave


Did you see the New York Times article everyone is talking about (“When Uber and Airbnb go public, San Francisco will drown in millionaires,” March 7), on how the 2019 IPO boom in the Bay Area is going to make the housing affordability crisis even worse?

Just another reason to join us for a discussion with local author and highly successful housing activist, Randy Shaw!

We will discuss his new book: “Generation Priced Out: Who Gets to Live in the New Urban America” and particularly how it relates to Richmond.

Together we will have a discussion about how to address the challenges Richmond is facing during this ongoing housing crisis, and how to fight racial and economic inequalities in our city. We need solutions to bring more affordable housing to our working- and middle-class communities, and we need local government to encourage and cultivate more inclusive neighborhoods.

This is your time to participate in this conversation. It takes a city to fix our housing crisis!

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More info about Randy’s work can be found at


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