A View From the Barrios Sujatha Fernandes NEW ORLEANS: RACE, CLASS AND RECOVERY New Orleans After 18 Months: A Disaster Bill Quigley The..
By Jason Neville and Clara Irazábal Weeks have turned to months and months to years as New Orleanians—both those living in the city and..
by Ron Shiffman I really liked Marie Kennedy’s definition of transformative planning. From the very beginning in our work at the..
By Elizabeth Yeampierre It is not true that if the major environmental organizations had addressed the justice issue there would not be an..
By Romel Pasqual The future of advocacy and progressive planning is bound up with what we did in the immediate past and what we are doing..
By Marie Kennedy The most important thing we advocate planners did in the 1960s was to be explicit that planning served one or another set..
By Tom Angotti The term advocacy planning was coined by Paul Davidoff in his famous 1965 article and is today required reading in planning..
By Kenneth M. Reardon Shortly after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita ravaged the Gulf Coast , Cornell’s Department of City and Regional..
By Anna Livia Brand While Katrina has faded from major news coverage, at least half of New Orleans residents are still displaced. The..
By Bill Quigley Each morning, Debra South Jones drives 120 miles into New Orleans to cook and serve over 300 hot free meals each day to..