Libraries and Eviction: Continuing the Conversation

Building on a recent webinar, this special interactive session will provide an opportunity for attendees and guest panelists to share questions and experiences about how libraries are assisting patrons facing eviction.

Building on the webinar Understanding Eviction and How Libraries Can Help, this special session provides an opportunity for you to share questions and experiences about how your library is assisting patrons facing eviction. Whether you’re just beginning this work or have been answering eviction questions, you are absolutely welcome! We will begin with short presentations showcasing partnerships between libraries and community organizations that address eviction and then open the conversation for you to share your ideas or ask questions. Leaders representing law and public libraries, government agencies, and the legal aid field will be available to respond to your comments. We encourage you to submit your questions in the registration form or bring them to this informative and interactive session.

Joining the conversation:

  • Kristin Wong, Financial Analyst, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Rent Content Lead, Federal Housing Help Portal
  • Deb Hamilton, Strategic Services Librarian - Law Collection, Pikes Peak Library District (CO)
  • Ranya Ahmed, Research Associate, Legal Services Corporation
  • Madeline Youngren, Project Coordinator and Analyst, Legal Services Corporation
  • Catherine Duarte, Senior Analyst, Community Development Division, City of Colorado Springs  
  • Beth Hill, Sr. Community Resource Specialist, Kansas City Public Library (MO)

Access Recording

  • View Session Recording (Coming Soon)

Webinar Attachments

  • View slides (pdf)
  • View chat (xls) (Coming Soon)
  • View captions (txt) (Coming Soon)

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08 December 2021


3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time, North America [UTC -5]