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2009

Fall 2009 Right to the City

Fall 2009 Right to the City

Mobilizing Hope and Obama by Tom Angotti The Right to the City Alliance: Time to Democratize Urban Governance by Jacqueline Leavitt, Tony..

October 28, 2009

Columbia University’s Expansion and the Struggle for the Future of Harlem

By Brian Paul In 2003 Columbia University announced its plan for a new campus in West Harlem and promised a collaborative partnership with..

October 14, 2009

The Right to the City Alliance: Time to Democratize Urban Governance

By Jackie Leavitt, Tony Roshan Samara and Marnie Brady In 2007, grassroots organizers in the United States formed the U.S. Right to the..

October 14, 2009

SEVENTH GENERATION OPINION: Mobilizing Hope and Obama

By Tom Angotti Many progressive planners continue to be hopeful that the Obama administration will usher in real change that we can believe..

October 14, 2009
Summer 2009 Gaza Under Siege

Summer 2009 Gaza Under Siege

Bengaluru Goes from Garden City to Nano Land by Tom Angotti Feature Articles Israel’s Ongoing War Against the Palestinians of Gaza  by..

July 28, 2009

Urban Prospects in the Age of Obama

By Dick Platkin American cities are entering a perfect storm of deepening urban crises despite—and in some cases because of—the hopes..

July 14, 2009

Right to the City Builds Alliance, Confronts Mayors

By Jacqueline Leavitt When the U.S. Conference of Mayors arrived in Providence, Rhode Island, this June, it faced an unexpected list of..

July 14, 2009

Israel’s Ongoing War Against the Palestinians of Gaza

By Marie Kennedy Gaza Under Siege As I drove northeast from Jabalia last March, all I could see in every direction was swaths of upturned..

July 14, 2009
Spring 2009 Immigrants, Ethnicity, Diversity, and Space

Spring 2009 Immigrants, Ethnicity, Diversity, and Space

The Apartheid Bubble in the Desert by Tom Angotti Feature Articles Integration Exhaustion, Race Fatigue and the American Dream by Chester..

April 28, 2009

Master Plan for Havana: An Encounter with Julio César Pérez Hernández

By Regula Modlich “Havana Cuba: A New Master Plan” reads the flier for Julio César Pérez Hernández’ lecture in Toronto,..

April 3, 2009
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