The Moral Courage Project Presents,

The Moral Courage Project Presents, "UnHousing: Claiming the Human Right to Home"



Ifeanyichukwu Nwanoro, Josie Forsthoff, Veronica Bernacki, Anna Luepke, Liliana Busic, Meredith Robinson, Amariá Jones, Sarah Behnke, Sofia Garcia, Reagan Miller, Havana Glover, Grace Hungerford, Ahmi' Moore, Eryk Charlton, Olivia Shirk, Jayonna Johnson


Presentation: 2:00-3:00 p.m., Science Center 114 - Auditorium



For the fourth cycle of the Moral Courage Project, a team of undergraduate students conducted fieldwork in Oakland, California and learned about the housing crisis from activists and organizers on the frontlines. Our team interviewed and photographed individuals who creatively and boldly build sustainable solutions to problems like gentrification, displacement, affordability, and eviction. The communities we encountered compel us all to re-think how we understand housing and propose collective ways to secure permanent shelter. In this presentation, we will share the materials we produced including the newest season of our podcast, "Moral Courage Radio," and an exhibition. The Moral Courage Project is a program of the UD Human Rights Center and its partner, PROOF: Media for Social Justice.

Publication Date


Project Designation

Course Project 202280 POL 431 P2

Primary Advisor

Joel Pruce, Natalie Hudson, Glenna Jennings

Primary Advisor's Department

Political Science


Stander Symposium, College of Arts and Sciences

The Moral Courage Project Presents,