City Plaza Hotel: Occupied and Run by Refugees in Athens

The next two meetings of the Social Movements Lab will focus on the City Plaza Hotel, a hotel in Athens occupied and run by migrants.

The meeting on Wednesday, November 8th at 3 pm – 4 pm will be a “mapping” session for us to learn about the City Plaza. In preparation, please read and watch some of the following materials:



The meeting on Monday, November 13th at 12 pm – 1:15 pm will be a dialogue via Skype with two participants from the City Plaza Hotel in Athens, Olga and Loukia.


Here is a Facebook event for these meetings:
Please feel free to invite your friends, comrades, and colleagues.
Social Movements Lab, Franklin Humanities Center, Smith Warehouse, Bay 5, Duke University, 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Durham, NC
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