Tuesday Movie : Land of Opportunity

Tue Nov 14 2017

7:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

Carver Theater

2101 Orleans Avenue New Orleans, LA 70116

$5.00

All Ages

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LAND OF OPPORTUNITY asks the question: What kind of cities do we want to inhabit in the 21st century? Through the eyes of urban planners, displaced residents, immigrant workers, developers, community activists, artists and public housing residents this question is asked, answered and asked again. But this is not just a situation that is happening somewhere else and to someone else, as our tagline points out: it’s “happening to a city near you”. As cities all over the world struggle to recover from disaster, whether economic, natural or man-made, we believe that the lessons of post-Katrina New Orleans have only become more urgent. We want to utilize the diverse stories we’ve captured to galvanize and educate urban America around the core urban issues of urban redevelopmentimmigration, and affordable housing. We aim to inspire nuanced discussions and support the work of organizations that cut across single-issue frameworks to build a broad-based and multi-racial movement for urban spatial justice

Tuesday Movie : Land of Opportunity

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Tuesday Movie : Land of Opportunity

Tue Nov 14 2017 7:00 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

Carver Theater New Orleans LA
Tuesday Movie : Land of Opportunity
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

$5.00 All Ages

LAND OF OPPORTUNITY asks the question: What kind of cities do we want to inhabit in the 21st century? Through the eyes of urban planners, displaced residents, immigrant workers, developers, community activists, artists and public housing residents this question is asked, answered and asked again. But this is not just a situation that is happening somewhere else and to someone else, as our tagline points out: it’s “happening to a city near you”. As cities all over the world struggle to recover from disaster, whether economic, natural or man-made, we believe that the lessons of post-Katrina New Orleans have only become more urgent. We want to utilize the diverse stories we’ve captured to galvanize and educate urban America around the core urban issues of urban redevelopmentimmigration, and affordable housing. We aim to inspire nuanced discussions and support the work of organizations that cut across single-issue frameworks to build a broad-based and multi-racial movement for urban spatial justice

Land of Opportunity

Land of Opportunity

Film