It’s not a level playing field between tenants and landlords in New York City. Join us for an evening of speakers, panels and presentations showcasing different ways to empower renters. We will also discuss strategies on how to collaborate our efforts, pack more of a collective punch, and stand up for the millions of New Yorkers who are being threatened with displacement.
Doors open at 6pm, speakers start at 7pm.
Light snacks and refreshments will be served.
This event is invite only and subject to capacity. Please RSVP as soon as possible.
SpeakersYale Fox – Rentlogic
Rentlogic is a platform for SmartCities that helps governments monitor and regulate housing issues. Fox will be discussing some tactics other cities have used to help enforce landlord compliance and present some analytics on the state of housing in New York City.
Murray Cox – InsideAirbnb
Inside Airbnb is an interactive open data platform for exploring the impact of Airbnb on residential communities around the world. The project has become an international standard used by activists, journalists, academics and city and elected officials.
Aaron Carr – Housing Right Initiative
Housing Rights Initiative is an advocacy organization dedicated to the legal mobilization of tenants. They systematically and proactively investigate rent overages in rent stabilized buildings and work with tenants to find legal support.