Kenton Card

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Kenton Card is a Ph.D. candidate in urban planning at UCLA and a guest researcher at the WZB Berlin Social Science Center and the Free University Berlin. He formerly worked with Housing California, the Planning and Conservation League, and Architecture for Humanity, and has made short films, like Geographies of Racial Capitalism with Ruth Wilson Gilmore for the Antipode Foundation.
Under a blue sky, in a large arching gateway is suspended a banner that reads "End Rent Burden." Below it is a line of 11 picketers holding signs that say "UAW on Strike: Unfair Labor Practice." A passerby is talking to one of the picketers.
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Tenants Rights Advance in California

Reaction to the housing crisis in California has led to a series of gains for tenants, including a new Renters’ Caucus.