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Spring 2015: Prisons, Policing and Planning

Spring 2015: Prisons, Policing and Planning

Spring 2015: Prisons, Policing and Planning

The Seventh Generation

Prisons, Policing and Physical Planning

  • “Negro Removal” Revisited: Urban Planning and the New Jim Crow in Kansas City
    by Jacob A. Wagner
  • The Poverty of Planning
    by Samuel Stein
  • Zone, and Zone Out
    by Javier Arbona
  • Is “Justice Architecture” Just? : From the Ferguson Police Station to the “Justice Center” to Human Rights
    by Raphael Sperry

Beyond Physical Planning: Policy, Education and Community

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