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CivitasLA 23h
Partnering with , we learned of the work of and others to advocate for policies to address the challenges of increased and development taking place in and fight off and . Link to in bio.
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John Washington Nov 17
Todays meditation say it with me Is policy driven not inevitable or beneficial to communities Is policy driven not inevitable or beneficial to communities Is policy driven not inevitable or beneficial to communities
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Nicole Nomsa Moyo Nov 18
Rising an designed for in response to climate change and was selected as one of 6 finalists by curators . as fabric take visitors through a journey and allows them to engage with the impacts of .
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Ohio Housing Finance Nov 19
Home value increases in rapidly developing areas are often branded as . But, as Michael Wilkos of explains in our latest podcast, it's much more complicated than that. Listen now:
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Julien carette Nov 17
Daily chart – Where are the world’s most expensive cities?
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Bringing Theory to Practice Nov 17
At last night’s PLACE Convening, the project team from and discussed , and the Reclaiming Democracy team from Greensboro, NC shared what really means. Learn more about their work:
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Ndifuna Ukwazi Nov 17
[READ] residents challenge the constitutionality of the 's housing policy that fails to address & displacement - a piece in |
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@seb_in_london 24h
I finally got the chance to watch this! Congrats , it’s so powerful to bring images to research on
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Broke-ish™ Podcast Nov 19
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IMPACT.EDITION Nov 17
We sat down with Charles Flink to discuss his book, the , green spaces, historical roots, and the impact of on communities.
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sarah dougherty Nov 19
Anyone want to talk about community land trusts and resilience?
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bettybarc0de 🚲 Nov 22
Replying to @maxdubler @CityObs
Exactly. When supply exceeds demand, we call it blight. When demand exceeds supply, we call it .
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Hilari Varnadore Nov 20
Replying to @castroideas
Cooper, What about addressing tied to and other/similar federal economic development activities? Engaging communities directly in these redevelopment efforts...
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Victoria Trotter Nov 21
Mmmn...sound like a familiar pattern...reminds me of the going in... 'Hood Closed to Gentrifiers' sign goes viral after appearing in Detroit neighborhood - TheGrio
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PARIS Nov 17
My new piece shows the root causes of & in the city I'm from. Feel the meaning & message of my latest vid, @ .
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Bertelsmann Foundation 5h
We are happy to join forces with , hosting the virtual premiere of ‚GO-GO City: Displacement & Protest in Washington DC. Join us on December 2nd. Register here:
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Nica🪅 Nov 17
Watch United Skates... it’s not just about the rinks; it’s a tangible display of + + destroying the very communities that we need to preserve 🛼🛼
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Pilsen Alliance Nov 16
THREAD: ALDERMAN SIGCHO-LOPEZ PROPOSES DEMOLITION FREEZE ORDINANCE TO REPLACE THE LANDMARK PROPOSAL ‼️ Why does Pilsen Alliance oppose the Landmark Ordinance and support the Demolition Freeze Ordinance? How are they different?
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Ndifuna Ukwazi Nov 16
[THREAD] Today is the 2nd day of the case, where a group of poor & working class families are challenging the constitutionality of 's housing programme. The families are resisting displacement due to .
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GentrificationTheShow Nov 16
A fiction thriller about ?!? This is going on the reading list for sure. Thanks 💫
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