Watch the UEC Fall Workshops On-Demand

Did you miss Corey Shaw’s insightful presentation on Black Broad Branch and the legacy of serial displacement in Washington, DC? Or are you eager to take notes from Ness Perry’s talk to develop your own strategies to support small businesses amidst development and neighborhood change?

No worries! You can catch the full presentations and delve into the crucial discussion by visiting our website now. Don’t miss out on the valuable insights shared by these speakers and empower yourself with the knowledge to navigate challenges in the ever-evolving landscape of development and neighborhood transformations.

Reckoning: Leveraging Histories of Displacement

November 2023 Workshop
Corey Shaw Jr, DC Legacy Project Director at Empower DC, discusses his ongoing involvement in the Black Broad Branch Project which advocates for reparations for two families whose ancestors were displaced from Chevy Chase, DC in 1928.

Advocacy Amid Change: An Overview of Small Business Preservation and Anti-Displacement in the Purple Line Corridor

December 2023 Workshop
Ness Perry, Advocacy Specialist for the Latino Economic Development Center walks through the history of the long-anticipated Purple Line Rail Project and how small businesses have been resilient amid a rapidly changing environment.