Tuesday, March 29th, 6:00-8:00pm, Room UL105, University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY.

Forced evictions have created unprecedented trauma and damage across communities with the commodification of housing, the financialization of cities, and the continuous economic crises. This panel explores the anti-gentrification efforts of residents and neighborhood groups in the South Bronx, the immigrant activism that led to a prominent anti-eviction movement in Spain, and the power of critical cartographies, storytelling, and other creative tools documenting dispossession and resistance in gentrifying landscapes in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, and New York City.


Terra Graziani is a researcher, tenants’ rights activist, and founder of the Los Angeles chapter of the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.

Monxo Lopez is a curator, urban thinker, cartographer, housing activist, and founder member of South Bronx Unite.
Sophie Gonick is Assistant Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis at NYU and author of Dispossession and Dissent: Immigrants and the Struggle for Housing in Madrid.


Gabriela Rendón is Assistant Professor of Urban Planning and Community Development at The New School and director of the Housing Justice Lab.

This event will be offered in a hybrid format. Please register here to join us in-person or online. Visitors to campus must provide proof of full vaccination with a booster on arrival to enter. They must check in at the Welcome Center Visitors Desk located at 72 Fifth Avenue (across the street from the panel venue) to receive a guest pass. Please arrive earlier to go through this process. Masks are required on campus at all times.

Event organized by the Housing Justice Lab in collaboration with the MS Design and Urban Ecologies.