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Saturday, April 17 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Who Owns your Building & What New Yorkers Can Do With That Data

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Have you ever wondered how many buildings your landlord owns in New York City? Have you ever been curious about the zoning of your neighborhood? Luckily, existing housing justice technology in New York City can tell us all of these things and more!
This training will provide participants with a base understanding of how to utilize publicly databases and resources such as Who Owns What, ACRIS, and ZOLA (New York City’s Zoning Map). We will also discuss how these important technologies can help organizers find solutions to problems they face in housing organizing!

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Katelin Penner

Policy Organizer
Katelin Penner (she/they) is a junior at Wesleyan University studying government and American Studies. They are currently serving as Communications Director and a policy aide for District Leader Samuel Nemir Olivares, and a policy researcher on Dianne Morales's Mayoral campaign, and... Read More →

Cynthia Norris

Organizing director, New York communities for change (NYCC)

Saturday April 17, 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT