Austin Gentrification and Human Rights

The word “gentrification” does not appear in Imagine Austin or in CodeNEXT.  This seems odd, given that Austin has had multiple commissions over the past seventeen years meant to study and address the issue.  The policy analyses and recommendations made by these task forces and commissions have been sitting on the shelf gathering dust.

So let me take the opportunity to issue another reminder:  over a year ago Austin’s Human Rights Commission found that gentrification was a violation of basic human rights.

The commission did not get to this place easily.  A working group chaired by the commission’s vice chair met for over nine months to study and deliberate the issue.  I was part of the working group.  Here, again, is a copy of the slide presentation I delivered before the human rights commission in 2015 regarding gentrification and historic preservation in Austin.
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Please feel free to share the link below.  Because Austin’s status as a human rights violator is something not talked about enough.

Dr. Fred McGhee Human Rights Commission Presentation

Once you’ve read that, please also feel free to read or re-read my July 2017 op-ed in the Austin American-Statesman entitled “Why we can’t blame gentrification on the real estate market.”