Join the HBN Assembly!
Fill out the form below to join other current and returning residents of Historically Black Neighborhoods who are fighting against gentrification.


​Historically Black Neighborhood (HBN) residents are fighting back to protect their neighbors---not just their neighborhoods! The HBN Assembly is a reoccurring group call and meeting aimed at bringing Black Louisvillians together to develop policies and other strategies that work to protect, preserve, and stabilize Black communities (#freedomcolonies) against the violence of gentrification.

Low-income and fixed income renters and homeowners have the highest risk of displacement, dispossession, and banishment as property taxes and rent rates continue to rise in our neighborhoods. Current residents deserve the right to remain healthy in their home during a national pandemic and beyond, despite what changes may come to their community.  

The HBN Assembly is led by current and returning residents of HBN in Louisville, KY. Check out the HBN website! It was designed to support the network of organizing efforts happening across the city. Use this site to access information and resources. Our community is building power to collectively fight for ourselves, our families, and our neighbors! Will you stand with us? Website link:
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What is your full name? (First and Last) *
What is your current residential address? (street address, apartment/unit #, city, zip code) *
What phone number may we use to stay connected with you? *
What email address may we use to stay connected with you? *
Are you currently a resident of a historically Black neighborhood in Louisville, KY? *
Whether you're a current or former resident of a  historically Black neighborhood in Louisville, KY, let us know how long you or your family has lived in your community? *
Are you a business owner, organization representative, or entrepreneur in a historically Black neighborhood? And if so, tell us a little bit about your business or organization. *
Are you a current or former resident of Beecher Terrace? *
Have you experienced or been threatened with eviction? *
Do you feel like your/your family's personal housing security is being threatened by rising property taxes and rising rents in your area? *
I/We would like to… *
Is there anything that you'd like us to know about you and your experiences? *
Please leave any additional comments or questions below. Thank you for your time!
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