A series of community events organized by local urban planners, architects, and activists in Hudson, New York to inspire creative conversations about our shared future.

Saturday, september 21
Hudson Area Library

Can we talk about housing?

Housing is an issue everywhere, including Hudson. This event looks at the challenges and opportunities in quality housing for citizens at all income levels.


Joe Czajka, Executive Director, Center for Housing Solutions and Community Initiatives, Pattern for Progress

Guy Kempe, VP of Community Development, RUPCO, Kingston

Dan Kent, VP of Initiatives, Galvan Foundation, Hudson

James Lima, Urban Planner & Developer, NYC

Moderated by Kamal Johnson, Co-Director of Greater Hudson Promise Neighborhood, First Ward Alderman, and candidate for Mayor of Hudson

Watch our first event on urban planning in Hudson HERE.

Watch our second event on economic development in Hudson HERE

Watch our third event on public spaces in Hudson HERE.

Watch our fourth event on historic preservation in Hudson HERE.

We unfortunately do not have video of our fifth event on complete streets in Hudson.


This program was funded in part by Humanities New York with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities