Video from Razing Liberty Square
Directed by: Katja Esson
Katja Esson (Dir), 85 minutes, USA, Western New York Premiere
Producer Ronald Baez in attendance.
Miami is ground-zero for sea-level-rise. When residents of the Liberty Square public-housing community learn about a $300 million revitalization project in 2015, they sknow that this sudden interest comes from the fact that their neighborhood is located on the highest-and-driest ground in the city. Now they must prepare to fight a new form of racial injustice - Climate Gentrification.
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