Actualizing Equity 2019: Igniting Renter Power for Environmental Justice
How do we build power for solutions that address both affordable housing and environmental justice? Through the St Paul Tenant-Landlord Energy Project, Fresh Energy and Community Stabilization Project (CSP) are building a network of renters, landlords, and other critical stakeholders to advance policies; provide education on energy-related issues; and support implementation of collaboratively developed solutions. Join us for the first event of the Actualizing Equity 2019 series to learn how these organizations are mobilizing community and moving shared goals — and contribute your ideas and insights on how housing and environmental justice intersect in our movement(s).
*PLUS* Join us after the event for the Renter Day of Action on the Hill from 2 to 4 p.m., hosted by CSP. We’ll ride the Green Line from the Rondo library to the state legislature where we’ll lift up the voices of renters and policy champions in St Paul who are fighting for safe, fair and affordable housing. More information here.
PLEASE NOTE that this is a Brown Bag Lunch Series. We will provide snacks, but you’re welcome to bring yourself a full meal.
About the space:
Rondo Community Library is located at 461 Dale St N in St Paul.
The space currently provides 4 single-stall, gender-neutral bathrooms.
The library has bicycle racks on the Dale Street side of the building.
The Green Line stops directly in front of the library, and stops on the #16 and #65 buses are within a few blocks.
There are a limited number of visitor parking spaces in library parking garage, which can be entered on the eastbound side of University Avenue. There is also parking in the merchant lot across the street at Uni-Dale Mall.