The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project is multimedia storytelling collective documenting the dispossession and resistance of residents facing gentrifying landscapes in New York City, Los Angeles, and the San Francisco Bay Area.
As a collective member, I co-founded the New York City Chapter of the project in 2017 as well as co-produced Black Exodus, a multi-platform publication and public workshop series that explores the past, present, and possible futures of Black San Francisco. The project uses photography, video, oral history, archival research, and mapping to document stories of Black struggle, resistance, and cultural production across time and space in San Francisco.
Black Exodus Press:
Black Exodus was made possible with funds from Southern Exposure’s Alternative Exposure grant program and the San Francisco Art Commission’s Artists and Communities in Partnership grant program.