Wednesday, 8 July, 2020

Roxanne Glick is a lifelong Seattleite and in her final year of a masters in landscape architecture at University of Washington. She is writing her thesis on what design can do to support community ownership. Her research in Denmark was supported by a Valle Scholarship and the Christiania Researcher in Residence program. She blogs at Land Where We Live.
Seattle grassroots organizations are pioneering community ownership strategies for anti-displacement and economic equity. Africatown Community Land Trust is securing land in the Central District. HomeSight is building the first new affordable homeownership cooperative at Othello Square. Community-based non-profit organizations have long been developing affordable housing. Community-owned affordable...