Neighborhoods for All: Tenants’ Rights, Community Participation, & Housing Justice

Monday, December 11, 7:30-9:30pm
Presented by Jennifer Ganata
40 participants maximum

Rents are high, landlords want them to be higher. What can you do about it? This workshop is designed to help you answer that. Presenters will explain your rights as a tenant and discuss how you can get involved in your community to ensure that Los Angeles’ neighborhoods can remain accessible to all.

This event is facilitated by Jennifer Ganata with Navneet Grewal, Claudia Medina, Lorraine Lopez, Dianne Prado & Aimee Williams.

Download the presentation here!

Jennifer Ganata is a Land Use Advocate with the staff of Inner City Law Center in Los Angeles, since May 2015. Prior to starting at ICLC, Jennifer had been a staff attorney at the Eviction Defense Network (EDN). Jennifer was born and raised in Los Angeles to immigrant parents. She has witnessed the different changes that have occurred in the city and as a result she has dedicated her work to ensuring that those who are marginalized in the city have a voice. Due to the current aggressive displacement in the city Jennifer has been extremely concerned with the effects of gentrification particularly in the pockets of low-income communities around downtown Los Angeles. Jennifer has a BA in Ethnic Studies and a minor in Urban Studies and Planning from University of California, San Diego (UCSD). Jennifer received a JD from City University of New York (CUNY), where she was trained through the Adult Defender Clinical program and an LL.M from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) with a focus on Critical Race Studies. Before practicing law in California, Jennifer had spent several years working as a youth community organizer in South East Los Angeles and the South Bay around environmental justice issues.