Arts and Gentrification in the D.C. Region
Are you an artist, developer, community leader or resident in the Washington region? Do you think that visual and performing arts in the region are affected by gentrification? Is enough being done to preserve and promote the creative cultures of this region?

On March 19th, the Kojo Nnamdi Show is hosting a town hall event on the arts and gentrification in the D.C. metro area. We want to hear your questions, comments, concerns or experiences with these issues to help us inform the conversation in the room. Please share them with us below. You can also tweet us at @kojoshow using the hashtag #Kojo20.

Note: This is an anonymous survey. We will only follow up with you about your answers if you give us permission to do so.

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In a rapidly gentrifying region, do you think it is possible to create sustainable space for art and artists?
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How do the arts in the Washington region relate to the communities that live here? Do you see your community reflected in the art being created?
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Is there anything else you'd like to add?
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