Every day there are new headlines about housing, land and inequity. It’s a hot-button issue that many of us are discussing — but how does local news shape the conversation in the Queen City? And how can local reporting move us toward solutions to the housing crisis?
The Charlotte Journalism Collaborative — comprised of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library, the Charlotte Observer, Free Press, La Noticia, Q City Metro, qnotes, Queen's University, the Solutions Journalism Network, WCNC-TV and WFAE — wants to hear your voice on this.
Join us for an interactive drop-in gathering connecting community members and journalists on Sun., Oct. 13, from 1–4 p.m. We’ll meet at ImaginOn, located at 300 E. 7th St. in Charlotte.
For a few hours on Oct. 13, we’ll reimagine the affordable housing crisis as a challenge we can overcome. Everything new is born of chaos: What will we birth in Charlotte?
Join us for a Sunday afternoon of solutions journalism as the Charlotte Journalism Collaborative visions the future of housing in Charlotte and the coverage that will help us get to that future — a future where we all win.
Join us. Let’s work together to serve, dream and shape the future of Charlotte.
Accessibility Notes: This space has no stairs. The rooms we’re using are part of a library, where people use various scents. We won't be using any scents during our time together. There won’t be separate children's activities because children are welcome to either participate or spend their time elsewhere in the room doing something different.