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Presented By: Housing Solutions for Health Equity

A Public Health Crisis, Not a Property Dispute

Learning From COVID-19 Eviction Response Measures in Detroit

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A Public Health Crisis, Not a Property Dispute
Housing Solutions for Health Equity's inaugural speaker event will discuss trends in eviction filings and outcomes since the onset of the pandemic and related policy changes in Detroit, using a novel eviction court process dataset.

As eviction filings return to pre-pandemic levels and rents across the U.S. soar to new highs, elected officials, housing advocates, and organizers can learn from and act upon evidence from Detroit to promote housing and health justice, during the pandemic and beyond.

This is a public event, open for all to attend.

• Dr. Alexa Eisenberg, Postdoctoral Research Fellow with Poverty Solutions at the University of Michigan

• Tonya Myers Phillips, Director of Community Partnerships & Development at the Sugar Law Center for Economic & Social Justice in Detroit

• Dr. Margaret Dewar, Professor Emerita of the Urban and Regional Planning Program at the University of Michigan will moderate the discussion and Q&A

Register here: https://bit.ly/HSHEnovember
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