The Next World

Free The Land: Sterling Johnson and Jenn Bennetch, Philadelphia Housing Action

December 01, 2020 Partners for Dignity & Rights Season 3 Episode 14
The Next World
Free The Land: Sterling Johnson and Jenn Bennetch, Philadelphia Housing Action
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The Next World
Free The Land: Sterling Johnson and Jenn Bennetch, Philadelphia Housing Action
Dec 01, 2020 Season 3 Episode 14
Partners for Dignity & Rights

Philadelphia Housing Action used direct action to force the city of Philadelphia to relinquish over 60 vacant homes for a community land trust for housing for the homeless. Sterling Johnson and Jenn Bennetch, two organizers with Philadelphia Housing Action, join host Max Rameau to discuss their victories and setbacks in their work to take over vacant housing in Philadelphia, and explore lessons for the movement for housing.

See more of the work of host Max Rameau at pacapower.org. Stay subscribed to The Next World for more news from the frontlines of movements for justice and liberation.

Thank you to Jesse Strauss for Audio Mixing and Editing.

You can read more about the issues we explore on our podcast and much more at dignityandrights.org, the website of Partners for Dignity & Rights.

Please subscribe, spread the word, and support the show.

Support the show (http://dignityandrights.org)

Show Notes

Philadelphia Housing Action used direct action to force the city of Philadelphia to relinquish over 60 vacant homes for a community land trust for housing for the homeless. Sterling Johnson and Jenn Bennetch, two organizers with Philadelphia Housing Action, join host Max Rameau to discuss their victories and setbacks in their work to take over vacant housing in Philadelphia, and explore lessons for the movement for housing.

See more of the work of host Max Rameau at pacapower.org. Stay subscribed to The Next World for more news from the frontlines of movements for justice and liberation.

Thank you to Jesse Strauss for Audio Mixing and Editing.

You can read more about the issues we explore on our podcast and much more at dignityandrights.org, the website of Partners for Dignity & Rights.

Please subscribe, spread the word, and support the show.

Support the show (http://dignityandrights.org)