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    • Historian Says Don't "Sanitize" How Our Government Created Ghettos

      2015
      by: Richard Rothstein
      This audio recording with Richard Rothstein addresses the legacy of government-sponsored segregation in America’s cities.
    • Ruth Glass and London: Aspects of Change 1964-2014

      2014
      by: Claire Colomb, Phil Cohen, James Cheshire
      These audio recordings feature urban planners and geographers reflecting on Ruth Glass’s London: Aspects of Change in the context of contemporary London.
    • D.C., Long "Chocolate City," Becoming More Vanilla

      2011
      This audio recording describes the racialized process of gentrification occurring in Washington D.C.
    • The Business of Gentrification

      December 2014
      This audio recording discusses the business of gentrification through a case study of Highland Park, California.
    • The Compton's Transgender Cultural District

      In 2017, San Francisco designated six blocks of the Tenderloin neighborhood as the Compton’s Transgender Cultural District. In the first episode of the podcast series No Small Stories, APA visits the area to learn about how it’s fighting gentrification and displacement and creating a safe, economically productive home for the city's transgender community.
    • Rezoning East Harlem, Rethinking One-Size-Fits-All Public Engagement

      In this podcast episode of People Behind the Plans, host Courtney Kashima, AICP, catches up with Traci Sanders about how she discovered urban planning, as well as influential projects she's worked on, such as the East Harlem Neighborhood Plan. Traci serves as the director of civic impact for WXY Studio, a multidisciplinary architecture, design, and planning firm based in New York.
    • Centering Equity and Climate Action in COVID-19 Recovery

      In this episode of the podcast, Jo Peña sits down with Andrea Durbin, the director of the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability in Portland, Oregon, and Dr. Markisha Smith, director of Portland’s Office of Equity and Human Rights, to discuss the city's recently adopted resolution that highlights the connections between equity, climate, and COVID-19 recovery.
    • Seeking Justice and Showing Communities Love Through Planning

      In this People Behind the Plans podcast episode, Courtney Kashima, AICP, talks with social justice planner Monique López, AICP, MCRP, about her work, her journey to urban planning, and her anti-racist, values-driven participatory planning and design firm, Pueblo Planning.
    • Katanya Raby Continues Equity Work of Civil Rights Giant Al Raby

      On this episode of the podcast, urban planner, artist, and activist Katanya Raby joins host Courtney Kashima, AICP, to talk about her work at the Office of the Mayor for the City of Chicago, her time at CMAP (Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning), and her post as executive director of the Al Raby Foundation.

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