Narratives of Displacement Oral History Project by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Seven videos made in collaboration with our amazing community partners in Oakland, Fremont, and the City of Alameda.
Special thanks to Ariel Appel for all of her work producing these!
Oakland Community Power Map. Contribute community assets here.
Projection for Anti-Eviction Mapping Project in SF, by Saito Group
Video of the release event for our Alameda County project, Counterpoints: Data and Stories for Resisting Displacement. Video by Rebecca Gourevitch. Made in collaboration with Tenants Together through the Creative Work Fund.
Counterpoints: Stories and Data for Resisting Displacement, 2016
Listen to the Silence Dance Project is a collaboration between members of the entire Stanford dance community to tell stories that matter to them through their favorite medium -- dance. This year, inspired by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project in San Francisco, the members have brought three of their favorite narratives on eviction to life through dance.
Interviews by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project: http://www.antievictionmap.com/narrat...
Original narratives of: Vida Kuang, Claudia Tirado, and Pauli Gray
Videography by Matt Shimura
Land of Opportunity + Anti-Eviction Mapping Project...
In cities across America, gentrification is changing the face of historic neighborhoods, where the loss of affordable housing - and mass displacement - has become the new norm. Today, we are thrilled to release "We Are Here: Stories of Displacement and Resistance," an interactive video produced in partnership with our newest collaborators, the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project in San Francisco.
Oral history interviews by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Our mural in Clarion Alley with the Clarion Alley Mural Project!
Video about Youth Power Mapping with the Bay Area Video Collaborative!
On the murder of Jose Luis Gongora by the SFPD. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Holding Out, Film by AEMP member Rebecca Gourevitch
Eviction horror stories from the Mission, made with Adriana Camarena's Unsettlers Project.
Lost and Endangered Art and Community Spaces, San Francisco Bay Area
The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project is excited to have collaborated with Candace Roberts on the music video "Hello Ed Lee," an open letter to the mayor of San Francisco.
Sample work by the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Map made by youth at the Bay Area Video Collaborative as part of our 2016 summer collaboration!
Interactive timeline displaying the history of displacement and development on Yerba Buena Island in San Francisco, from colonization onwards. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Projection collaboration with the Saito Group. Projected in downtown SF.