THE OPEN TABLE
STAY TUNED WITH UPDATES
A Conversation About Gentrification
As more white folks are drawn back to the city, individuals and developers are buying up land, businesses, and housing stock. This development displaces people of color, resulting in a cultural & historical loss and perpetuating economic disparities. Are we breaking down the Troost divide or simply pushing it further east? Join us for a conversation with Hakima Payne, director and founder of Uzazi Village, Sandra Enriquez, Director of Public History and Asst. Professor of History at UMKC, and Angela Martellaro, local real estate agent and SURJ member, for a conversation about gentrification and gentrifiers.
Systemic Racism: Poor People's Campaign
The War Economy
The Poor People's Campaign: A Movement 50 Years in the Making
Palm Sunday Political Theater
Did God Kill Jesus?