Seating for this event is at capacity. Standing room only is available.
Learn about The Eviction Lab at Princeton University, which has produced the first nationwide database of evictions, and discover how this powerful tool can help us gain a better understanding about the eviction crisis in America. Eviction Lab research specialists James Hendrickson and Lavar Edmonds present data on national eviction rates as well as for select metropolitan regions and discuss, with Evicted curator Sarah Leavitt, how this data can be used in developing solutions. This talk complements the exhibition Evicted, which will be open prior to the program.
Free. Pre-registration encouraged. Walk-in registration based on availability.
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The Museum's award-winning Shop and Firehook Café are open for one hour prior to the start of the program. Shop and Café hours are subject to change.
Evicted, is generously supported by The Ford Foundation; Amy C. Falls; Wells Fargo Housing Foundation; Chan Zuckerberg Initiative DAF, an advised fund of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation; AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust; The Annie E. Casey Foundation; International Masonry Institute; International Council of Employers of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers and the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers; Enterprise Community Partners; LISC, in memory of Oramenta Newsome; Charles P. and Shari Lawrence Pfleeger; Venable Foundation; and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Image credit: Screenshot of eviction map and data of Washington, D.C. using The Eviction Lab.