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We sit down with Carlynn Newhouse, a spoken word artist, to discuss her latest poem on gentrification in Seattle and D.C.
What does gentrification mean? Is there anything that can stop it? Shelterforce’s Miriam Axel-Lute joins the Shot & Chaser podcast to talk all things gentrification.
Holmdel, New Jersey, moved its affordable housing to flood-prone land, raising a question about planners’ ethical obligations to speak up against such moves.
How do you address a history of anti-Asian housing discrimination? Not by destroying Asian American communities.
We must continue studying and fighting gentrification, rather than abandon the concept altogether.
Gentefied. In the Heights. Vida. How do storylines and portrayals of gentrification in cinema stack up to how it plays out in real life?
The word “gentrification” has become a widespread and highly debated term. We’ve found that there are (at least) four broad kinds of things that people mean when they say they are concerned about “gentrification.”
The conversation about gentrification continually repackages a set of debunked theories as reality and it obscures a set of real crises that need fixing.
Examining eight common assumptions underlying place-based work shows that even when avoiding the pitfalls of no change or gentrification, the work is challenging.
In this first installment of updates to Shelterforce articles of old, we find that market dynamics are different in many places we’ve written about, but many of the organizations fighting the good fight are continuing to do so, even in changed times.
Why do we think moving to white neighborhoods will solve our problems?
There’s more than one way to be excluded from your community.