DR. JAMES FRASER
Prof. Fraser teaches at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee and is an expert in urban studies and is focused on gentrification and it's effects on America.
Thomas Lopez-Pierre is a real estate broker, political candidate and lifelong New York resident who has seen the changes in his city and is concerned for the future of it.
MICHAEL HENRY ADAMS
Michael Henry Adams is a writer as well as a columnist featured in the New York Times. He is also part of the community group Save Harlem Now which seeks to preserve Harlem's cultural heritage against the forces of class warfare.
SAMUEL O. ALARAPE
Samuel Alarape is a lifelong resident of Harlem with a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science. He's socially and politically active with addressing the issues of economic displacement.
Ms Suggs is the premiere real estate broker in Harlem, NY. She has witnessed as real estate values in Harlem have gone from thousands to millions and says the definition of "affordable housing" now has a new meaning.
DR. DAVID FASSENFEST
Dr. Fassenfest is a professor of Sociology at Wayne State University. He studies income inequality and how government policy affects economics in society.
Ms Bradley is a business owner, property owner and community activist in New York with Save Harlem Now. Ms Bradley major demographic changes that could ultimately lead to social upheaval.
Mr Ellis is a long time resident of Washington D.C. He has a Bachelor's degree in Economics and worked at the Dept of Labor. He has become a staunch anti-gentrification advocate
Mr Dolphin is a business owner in Chicago, IL. He's says there is an organized effort at all levels of government to use economics to physically remove Blacks from urban areas