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Sunday, October 9 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
OTRS - Equality or Progress: Urban Development in the Bay Area

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Off the Richter Scale Series: Co-presented by Oakland Book Festival

Beneath the arguments over Bay Area gentrification and housing shortages, there lies a deeper, even global, conflict. Is it possible for cities to foster wealth and accommodate growth without bulldozing the past and deepening inequality? This panel examines what a city that promotes cosmopolitan interests alongside the rights of all its citizens, rich and poor, might look like. FREE

Complimentary coffee provided by Nomadic Ground.  

Moderators/Hosts
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Rebekah Otto

Chair, Literary Council, Oakland Book Festival
Rebekah Otto is the Chair of the Literary Council for the Oakland Book Festival. She lives in Oakland with her family and works in online content.

Participants
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Sarah Burke

Managing Editor, East Bay Express
Sarah Burke is an art critic, culture writer, and occasional curator who lives and works in Oakland, California. She is the Managing Editor at the East Bay Express, where she reports on the East Bay’s affordability crisis, shifting demographics and social justice through the lens of the area’s dynamic arts scene. Her work has been recognized with several awards including first place honors from the Association of Alternative Newsmedia and the... Read More →
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Malo Andre Hutson

Chancellors Professor of City and Regional Planning, University of California at Berkeley
Malo André Hutson is an academic scholar and practitioner in the areas of community development and urban sustainability/equity; racial and ethnic inequalities and urban policy (metropolitan fragmentation, segregation and health); built environment and health. He is currently an Associate Professor and the Chancellor's Professor of City and Regional Planning in the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of California... Read More →
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Sonja Trauss

founder, YIMBY Party or CaRLA
Sonja Trauss is the founder of the Bay Area Renter's Federation, a pro-housing advocacy organization that recently sued the city of Lafayette after downzoning a planned housing development.


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