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Anti-Eviction Mapping Projects 2023 Updates



Evictorbook, Museum of the City of New York Exhibit, LA Eviction Map, Tenant Power Toolkit & more!

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Evictorbook SF and Oakland launched in October 2022! See below for news coverage of the tools since since the launch.

New tool for housing organizers aims to reveal landlord webs in S.F., San Francisco Examiner, Oct 18, 2022
Housing Advocates Release Database of Serial Evictors for Tenants, VICE Motherboard, Oct 17, 2022
New rental information exposes unfair housing practices, KALW Public Media, Oct 12, 2022
Housing Activists Launch ‘Evictorbook’ To Highlight Landlord Eviction Histories In Sf, Oakland, SF Gate, Oct 11, 2022
These 12 secret power players are shaping the Bay Area housing market, San Francisco Chronicle, Sept. 20, 2022

AEMP NYC’s map, Narratives of Resistance and Displacement, will be featured in The Museum of the City of New York’s upcoming exhibit, “New York Now: Home – A Photography Triennial.” The exhibit opens on March 10th

The AEMP’s Narratives of Displacement and Resistance map will be featured in New York Now: Home, a Photography Triennial at the Museum of the City of New York. AEMP New York City chapter has updated the map with new eviction data and tenant stories. The interactive map points are amplified by audio clips from oral histories that speak to COVID-19’s ongoing impact on struggles for housing justice in BIPOC, poor, and working-class communities across New York.

Check out the exhibit, opening on March 10th, 2023.

Counterpoints: A San Francisco Bay Area Atlas of Displacement & Resistance

The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project is a data visualization, critical cartography, and multimedia storytelling collective that documents displacement and resistance struggles on gentrifying terrains. With chapters in the San Francisco Bay Area, New York City, and Los Angeles, the collective works with numerous community partners in order to provide data, maps, stories, and tools for resisting displacement.