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Thursday, August 29 • 3:15pm - 3:45pm
Policy solutions and Community Organizing Strategies to Address Inequities in Mobile Home Parks

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Mobile homes are an important and effective way to meet Colorado's affordable housing needs. In fact, mobile homes are one of the only forms of unsubsidized affordable housing remaining in Colorado, and more than 100,000  Coloradans live in manufactured homes. To ensure that mobile homes remain a viable source of affordable housing in Colorado, local and state legislation must be improved to protect resident rights and build power through community organizing.

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Rachel Arndt

Boulder County Public Health
Rachel Arndt is a champion of equity, food justice and healthy community design. In her role as the Healthy Eating, Active Living and Built Environment Coordinator for Boulder County Public Health she works to create a more just future for her community through policy, systems and... Read More →
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Susan Motika

Boulder County Public Health
Boulder County Public Health (BCPH) is strongly committed to law and policy strategies that are supported by the community to achieve systems and population-level change.
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Amelia Hulbert

Boulder County Public Health
Amelia Hulbert is passionate about improving access to healthy foods and beverages for under-resourced communities. She serves as the Healthy Eating, Active Living (HEAL) Specialist at Boulder County Public Health’s where she works collaboratively to identify community needs and... Read More →


Thursday August 29, 2019 3:15pm - 3:45pm
Quandary Peak 2

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