SOURCE: Boston Review
by Brent Cebul
Ensuring that Black Lives Matter doesn't just require police reform. The history of urban renewal shows that governments have worked to dismantle and destabilize Black communities in the name of progress.
SOURCE: Boston Globe
An architecture professor who taught at MIT and the Chinese University of Hong Kong is remembered as a historian of Chinese American community and an advocate for including the public in the process of planning.
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The answer is in her last book, which almost no one reads or remembers. But her biographer thinks it’s the one we need now.
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