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New York City’s Anti-Gentrification Movements

Tomie Arai


"Tenant Power!" - "Save Our Homes" - "Housing Is A Human Right"

We honor the history of New York City housing rights organizations: AAFE - The Brooklyn Anti-Gentrification Network - Brooklyn Rent Strike Committee - Bronx Is Not For Sale - CAAAV: Organizing Asian Communities - Chinatown Tenants Union - Citywide Tenants Council - Coalition to Protect Chinatown & the L.E.S. - Charas, Inc. - Cooper Square Committee - DRUM - Good Old Lower East Side - Hate Free Zone - Mi Casa No Es Su Casa - Metropolitan Council on Housing - Mothers on the Move - No New Jails - Picture the Homeless - Seward Park Urban Renewal Association - Uprose - ...

This CPH poster printed at the worker-owned and union-run Community Printers, Santa Cruz, CA.

This is #151 in the Celebrate People’s History Poster Series.

Tomie Arai is a public artist who was born and raised in New York. She collaborates with local communities to create visual narratives that give meaning to the spaces we live in.

Seattle’s International Working Women’s Day for Palestine and Beyond

Seattle’s International Working Women’s Day for Palestine and Beyond

March 12, 2024

“We stand in solidarity with our Palestinian siblings in Gaza and those among our community who are directly and indirectly affected by the current war and genocide by the Israeli settler-colonial regime. Passive observation of the horrors of bombings, genocide, and prolonged apartheid is not our way. We must rise and firmly proclaim that Palestinian Liberation is a Feminist Imperative.” – Feminists for Jina Seattle