Overcharged and Undervalued – a Sed Valorem event


Wednesday, February 16, 2022
Free admission
Virtual & In-Person

Event Summary

Join us for a free cross-disciplinary panel tasked with exploring discriminatory home valuation through the lenses of art, economics, and history.

Overcharged and Undervalued: How Blackness Colors the Worth of a Home is part of a series of virtual programming around Sed Valorem, an installation by Harrison Kinnane Smith currently on display as part of the making home here exhibition.

Join Artist Harrison Kinnane Smith, Economist Dr. Troup Howard, and Historian Dr. Andrew Kahrl at noon on Wednesday, February 16th for a lunchtime discussion about home valuation disparities in Pittsburgh, PA. Panelists will discuss the barriers to equitable taxation, how we got here and what we can do to repair the broken systems.

Participate in the conversation virtually via Zoom or in-person at the Mattress Factory or the Community Engagement Center in Homewood.

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