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Spring 2011 : Why Unions Matter

Spring 2011 : Why Unions Matter

The Seventh Generation Why Unions Matter: Defending the Great Equalizer by Chris Tilly Feature Articles From and Toward a Queer Urbanism by..

April 28, 2011

Preserving Low-Income Communities through Non-Profit Development Initiatives

By Michael Pyatok Recent federal housing policy and conventional wisdom among a new generation of housing professionals assert that, to..

April 14, 2011

From and Toward a Queer Urbanism

By Kian Goh “The question of what kind of city we want cannot be divorced from that of what kind of social ties, relationships to nature,..

April 14, 2011
Winter 2011 Transportation Justice

Winter 2011 Transportation Justice

The Seventh Generation The Heresies in HUD’s Public Housing Policy by Peter Marcuse Feature Articles Just Transportation Planning:..

January 28, 2011

Transit-Oriented Development and Communities of Color: A Field Report

By Gen Fujioka Transit-oriented development (TOD) has become a leading policy prescription for reversing America’s sprawling path of..

January 14, 2011

Just Transportation Planning: Lessons from California

By Richard A. Marcantonio Transportation has long been at the heart of our   nation’s civil rights struggle. The struggle against Jim..

January 14, 2011

The Heresies in HUD’s Public Housing Policy

By Peter Marcuse “I used to joke with my colleagues about committing what I called ‘public housing heresy,’ because people would..

January 14, 2011
Fall 2010 New Orleans: The Road Home?

Fall 2010 New Orleans: The Road Home?

The Seventh Generation Demanding Our Right to the City by Cuz Potter Fixing Unequal Cities by William W. Goldsmith and Edward J. Blakely..

October 28, 2010

The Forgotten Struggle of the Negev Bedouin

By Salena Tramel Down south in Israel’s Negev Desert, the sounds of jets fill wide-open spaces. At least 80 percent of the land is used..

October 14, 2010

Selling Off Public Housing: PETRA and the Neoliberal Agenda Alarm, Debate and Confusion over Obama Administration Public Housing Policy

In July 2010 the House Financial Services Committee, supported by the Obama administration and Congressional Democrats, passed an historic..

October 14, 2010
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