In January of this year, a small group of advocates, policy experts and decision makers came together during the Second Annual Bay Area Social Equity Caucus (SEC) State of the Region event to identify and discuss the core equity issues associated with SB 375. During this event we identified what was at stake for low-income communities and communities of color in the planning processes of SB 375 and how we could potentially use SB 375 to shape development in the communities we represent in an equitable way. Please join us for the upcoming Social Equity Caucus Quarterly Meeting as we reconvene this group and include new voices from those working on SB 375 in the Bay Area.
This meeting will be useful for advocates and decision makers from all sectors, including community groups, labor groups, and city and local electeds, staff, and commissioners from around the Bay, and will include plenty of time for sharing and discussion. We ask that you come prepared to talk about your own work related to SB 375 or with questions about how to ensure that the ongoing SB 375 planning process takes into account the interests of the communities you represent.
Read the speaker's bio and hear the podcast of their presentation:
* Connie Galambos Malloy, Director of Programs, Urban Habitat
* Colin Miller, Climate Policy and Research Coordinator, Urban Habitat
* Lindsay Imai, Transportation and Housing Program Associate, Urban Habitat
* Richard Marcantonio, Managing Attorney, Public Advocates
* Robin Salsburg, Senior Staff Attorney, Public Health Law & Policy