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Summer 2004

Summer 2004 Conference

Building Bridges Eve Baron Sharing Indigenous Planning Ted Jojola Pioneers of Advocacy Planning Columbia’s Manhattanville Expansion..

July 30, 2004

How Planners Can Change Public Policy through Social Action

By Ayse Yonder Three long-time activist planners, during one of the main plenary sessions at the Planners Network 2004 Conference, talked..

July 24, 2004

Activist Planning and the Neoliberal City: The Case of Planning Action

By Deborah Cowen A lot has been written about urban neoliberalism but much less about activist responses to it. Planning Action is a group..

July 24, 2004

From Disinvestment (Abandonment) to Reinvestment (Gentrification): Homefront’s Abandonment Analysis Thirty Years Later

By Ann Meyerson and Tony Schuman In March 1974, 200 housing and community activists attended a conference in New York City to confront the..

July 24, 2004

Pioneers of Advocacy Planning

The Planners Network 2004 Conference recognized the important role played by five people who for four decades have made outstanding..

July 24, 2004
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