U.S. Senator Cory Booker, Dr. Matthew Desmond, Professor Paula Franzese in Conversation about Eviction
On Thursday, October 12, 2017, join Monarch Housing, NJ Policy Perspective, the Housing and Community Development Network of NJ, the Anti-Poverty Network of NJ, the Supportive Housing Association of NJ, Bridges Outreach, the Mental Health Association in NJ, the Mental Health Association of Essex and Morris, Homeless Solutions and the Drew University Center for Civic Engagement for a Public Policy Forum with Matthew Desmond, Author of Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City, and US Senator Cory Booker (NJ-D.)
Registration is required and the cost for the forum is $10 per person. Only 400 seats are available for this timely and important public policy forum.
The conversation between Desmond and U.S. Senator Booker will be moderated by leading educator and housing advocate Prof. Paula Franzese, Peter W. Rodino Professor of Law at Seton Hall Law School.
We hope that you join us in person at the Public Policy Forum on the morning of October 12. But if you cannot be there with us, join the twitter conversation before, during and after the Forum. Just use the hashtag #EvictionNJForum to tweet your questions and comments.
Before the October 12 Public Policy Forum, to ask a question click here.
You can use these sample tweets to let your Twitter followers and Facebook friends know that you will be attending the Public Policy Forum and tweet and post pictures from the Forum:
- From June 2015 – June 2016, NJ saw 161,000 evictions #EvictionNJForum Solving NJ #eviction crisis @just_shelter @SenBooker @LawProfPaula
- Data tells us 1 in 6 New Jersyans face #Eviction #EvictionNJForum How to end #eviction in NJ? @just_shelter @SenBooker @LawProfPaula
- #NJCounts 2017 found #Eviction 2nd Highest Cause of #Homelessness @just_shelter @SenBooker @LawProfPaula #EvictionNJForum
Follow the event on Twitter with the hashtag #EvictionNJForum