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Exploring U.S. cities from the lens of their post-war housing policies, Owned exposes the dark history of institutional racism that has determined access to home ownership in the United States.

The screening is presented in partnership with The Texas Observer, who will host a panel discussion with experts following the screening. Panelists include filmmaker Giorgio Angelini, Texas Housers, Austin Justice Coalition, and Housing Authority City of Austin. Moderated by Texas Observer’s Senior Editor, Megan Kimble.

Exploring U.S. cities from the lens of their post-war housing policies, Owned exposes the dark history of institutional racism that has determined access to home ownership in the United States.

The screening is presented in partnership with The Texas Observer, who will host a panel discussion with experts following the screening. Panelists include filmmaker Giorgio Angelini, Texas Housers, Austin Justice Coalition, and Housing Authority City of Austin. Moderated by Texas Observer’s Senior Editor, Megan Kimble.

Exploring U.S. cities from the lens of their post-war housing policies, Owned exposes the dark history of institutional racism that has determined access to home ownership in the United States.

The screening is presented in partnership with The Texas Observer, who will host a panel discussion with experts following the screening. Panelists include filmmaker Giorgio Angelini, Texas Housers, Austin Justice Coalition, and Housing Authority City of Austin. Moderated by Texas Observer’s Senior Editor, Megan Kimble.

WHEN

WHERE

AFS Cinema
6406 N. I-35 Frontage Rd.
Suite 3100
Austin, TX 78752
https://www.austinfilm.org/screening/owned-a-tale-of-two-americas/

TICKET INFO

$11.25
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