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Articles about Urban Justice + Housing

First Name Last Name Post Date
EVENT: Free City College Marcy Rein, Mickey Ellinger, and Vicki Legion 05/09/2021
Somethin’ Ain’t Right: A Play - 6:00 pm, Thurs, Jan. 30 Kelly Curry 01/27/2020
Resist, Restore, Rejuvenate (Introduction) Jess Clarke 12/01/2017
Good Cop / Bad City: Oakland Police on Screen in “The Force” Robin Balliger 11/29/2017
Renter Nation Rises Jess Clarke 10/03/2017
Corporate Landlords Consolidate — Renters Fight Back Jess Clarke 08/18/2017
Resist! Dawn Phillips 06/02/2017
Renters Rise Joseph Smooke 06/02/2017
Her Arkipelago Christine Ferrer 06/01/2017
Miss Raynel’s Shanty Wanda Sabir 05/30/2017
Fight or Flight Kheven LaGrone 05/30/2017
Time Runs Short to Stop SF Public Land Giveaway Marcy Rein and Christine Hanson 04/02/2017
The Moving Art House Christine Joy Ferrer 01/10/2017
“School Reform” and Land Grabs Threaten SF’s Community College Marcy Rein 09/15/2016
Business Improvement Districts Take Over Cities: One-Dollar/One-Vote Jess Clarke 04/12/2016
Conversations on Race and Resistance - March 23 - Release Party at Baobab in Oakland 03/10/2016
Silicon Valley: Riders, Renters and Workers Rise 02/08/2016
San Mateo County Renters Fight Rising Evictions Joseph Smooke and Dyan Ruiz 02/07/2016
Exodus From The Jungle Andrew Bigelow 02/03/2016
Housing Stability and Health In San Mateo County Dr. Scott Morrow 01/31/2016
Housing and Commute Costs Squeeze Low-Wage Workers Alexandra Goldman 01/30/2016
Segregation Shaped the San Mateo Housing Crisis Marcy Rein 01/29/2016
Exodus from the Jungle Video 12/28/2015
Planning for People, Not Profit Dawn Phillips 05/14/2015
We Will Not Be Moved Dawn Phillips 05/14/2015
The Right to Rest Paul Boden Terry Messman 05/14/2015
Tenant Rights Movement Wins New Law in Oakland Robbie Clark 05/14/2015
Gentrification is Making Us Sick Zoë Levitt 05/13/2015
Who Gets to Live Near Transit? Dyan Ruiz Joseph Smooke 05/13/2015
Democracy vs. Development Oakland Wins a Round J. Douglas Allen-Taylor 04/23/2015
The Beat of 24th and Mission Christine Joy Ferrer 04/17/2015
Arise! Introduction by Jess Clarke Jess Clarke 10/21/2014
Foreclosure Struggle Continues Robbie Clark 05/23/2013
Advocates Compel Facebook to Like Affordable Housing Rene Ciria-Cruz 05/23/2013
Racial Equity: New Cornerstone of Transit Oriented Development Rebecca Saldana 05/23/2013
Who Plans Our Cities? Marcy Rein 05/23/2013
The View from Havana Bob Allen 07/05/2012
Homeless Push Back-- Take Over Vacant Building in San Francisco Lydia Gans and Terry Messman 07/05/2012
Beyond Public/Private: Understanding Corporate Power john a. powell and Stephen Menendian 06/22/2012
Disneyfication of Downtown Oakland Drummond-Cole and Bond-Graham 06/22/2012
Affordable Housing Hit Hard by Redevelopment Agency Closures Rene Ciria-Cruz 06/22/2012
Redevelopment: After the Fall Lefall, Bruce and Rein 06/22/2012
Oakland Civic Auditorium: Delivered Vacant J. Douglas 06/22/2012
Communities of Color Organize against Urban Land Grabs Darwin Bond-Graham and Yvonne Yen Liu 06/21/2012
Foreclosure Crisis Meets Occupy Effect Eric Arnold 06/21/2012
Cuba Opens to Private Housing but Preserves Housing Rights Jill Hamberg 06/21/2012
Preserving Affordable Transit-Oriented Housing Michael Bodaken and Todd Nedwick 06/21/2012
Building Bridges Is not Enough A Smith 06/20/2012
New Housing near Highways Threatens Community Health Catalina Garzon 06/14/2012
Equity: The Superior Growth Model Treuhaft, Blackwell, Pastor 12/16/2011
Bringing Back the Black J. Douglas Allen-Taylor 05/27/2011
Los Angeles Coalition Wins Health Clinic and Jobs from Developer Diana Pei Wu 05/27/2011
The Oakland Renaissance: A Blessing for Some Eric K. Arnold 05/27/2011
European Living Cities Model Coming to the States Tamar Shapiro 05/27/2011
Chicago School Trains Inner City Youth for Manufacturing Jobs Erica Swinney 05/27/2011
Equitable Growth: Turning Diversity into an Asset 05/27/2011
San Jose Flea Market Faces BART Expansion, Displacement Ginny Brown 05/27/2011
Transit Oriented Displacement: Circa 1965 Lindsey Lee Keel 05/27/2011
Building Transit Oriented Community in Oakland's Chinatown Vivian Huang 05/27/2011
Lake Tahoe Development Creates "Poverty with a View" Gabriel R. Valle 05/26/2011
Unmodified Irene Florez 05/26/2011
California’s Fight Against Foreclosures Goes National Stein, Bedrossian, Hopson 05/26/2011
Foreclosed Tenants Shut Down Utility Shut-offs Jean Tepperman 05/26/2011
Social Cartography: The Art of Using Maps to Build Community Power Moore and Garzon 02/04/2011
Floodlines: Preserving Public Housing in New Orleans Jordan Flaherty 02/04/2011
Public Housing Residents Fight for their Homes Marcy Rein 02/04/2011
Who Takes Ownership of the City? Rick Cole 05/20/2010
Energy Policy and Inner City Abandonment Carl Anthony 05/20/2010
Space, Place, and Regionalism 05/20/2010
Sustainable Planning under SB 375 Urban Habitat 11/18/2009
Manufacturing Affordable Housing Kathryn Goulding 11/16/2009
Hobos to Street People 05/22/2009
Right of Return 05/22/2009
Richmond Residents are REDI for Housing Rights 05/22/2009
Mortgage Meltdown 05/22/2009
Organizing and Winning in Oakland Chinatown Chin Jurn Wor Ping (CJWP) 05/22/2009
From the Director's Desk 05/20/2009
Everyone Has the Right to... From the Editor B. Jesse Clarke 05/20/2009
A Place to Hang a Hat: Property Rights and the Law 05/18/2009
Rights Roundtable 03/19/2009
Predatory Lending and Foreclosure 01/07/2009
Recording of the roundtable interview "Regional Equity Goes National" 01/07/2009
In this Issue - From the Editor 12/31/2008
Traffic Causes Death and Disease in San Francisco Neighborhood 12/17/2008
Metrics of Regional Equity 12/17/2008
Race, Class, and Real Estate Sheryll Cashin 12/17/2008
On Race and Regionalism 12/12/2008
Breaking Through to Regional Equity 12/12/2008
Growing Smarter to Achieve Livable Communities and Regional Equity 12/12/2008
The New Majority: Yes We Can! 12/11/2008
From the Director's Desk 12/11/2008
Atchison Village: A cooperative in Richmond Changes with the Times Marcy Rein 06/20/2008
In this Issue, Who Owns Our Cities Jesse Clarke 04/24/2008
Turning Swords into Ploughshares 04/24/2008
Industrial Land Preservation: Key to Green Jobs Growth Margot Lederer Prado 04/24/2008
Building Schools and Community 04/24/2008
Community Planning for Power 04/24/2008
Community Benefits: New Movement for Equitable Urban Development Madeline Janis 04/24/2008
PlaNYC: EJ Group takes the Inside Track to Advocate Sustainability Peggy Shepard 04/24/2008
Saving Community Gardens in NYC: Land Trusts and Organizing 04/24/2008
People Power In San Francisco: The Mission Coalition Mike Miller 04/24/2008
Removing the Poor through Land Use and Planning Susana Almanza 04/24/2008
Coyote Valley: Building it Right 04/23/2008
Pay Dirt: State Tax Policies Drive Local Land Use Policies to Ground 04/23/2008
Without Housing, Without Rights 04/23/2008
Visions of Richmond, California Scott Braley, Sheryl Lane, B. Jesse Clarke 04/23/2008
Can Redevelopment Slow the Black Middle Class Exodus? 04/23/2008
Tenants Plus Land Trust Beat Gentrification 04/23/2008
Selling Our City To Lennar Corporation 04/23/2008
Privatizing Public Services Imperils Cities Amanda Witherell 04/23/2008
Hope VI Mixed-Income Housing Projects Displace Poor People 04/23/2008
New Orleans Black Diaspora: Will the Residents Come Back? Beverley Wright 04/23/2008
Tax Credits for Developers, Bulldozers for the Poor Bill Quigley 04/23/2008
Segregated Housing: Martin Luther King to Cabrini Green 04/23/2008
Gentrifying Downtown Miami Tony Roshan Samara and Grace Chang 04/23/2008
Claiming the Right to the City 04/23/2008
Livable Communities Carl Anthony 04/23/2008
Who Takes Ownership of the City? 04/23/2008
From The Director's Desk 04/23/2008
One-on-One Organizing for Affordable Housing Near Transit 09/28/2007
The Color of Election 2000: A Look at the Resurgence of Electoral Racism 06/13/2007
Transforming a Movement 06/13/2007
The Color of California Water Politics 06/06/2007
Discovering Columbus: Re-Reading the Past 06/06/2007
Struggles Unite Native Peoples Billy Redwing Tayac 06/06/2007
Metro Rail, Social Justice, and Urban Form Raymond Rhodes 06/06/2007
Why Migration? 06/06/2007
Optimum Human Population Size 06/06/2007
Notes from the Editors Luke Cole, Carl Anthony & Hannah Creighton 06/06/2007
An Indigenous Perspective on Feminism, Militarism, and the Environment 05/31/2007
Bringing It All Back Home 05/31/2007
Community Jobs in the Green Economy 05/17/2007
Place and Diverse Communities: The Search for a Perfect Fit 05/16/2007
Organizing for Justice on the Border 05/09/2007
A New Model: Participatory Planning for Sustainable Community Development 05/09/2007
Combating Gentrification Through Equitable Development 05/09/2007
Greening Affordable Housing 08/10/2006
Organizing for Green Industries in Los Angeles 08/10/2006
The Greening Economy Jackie Tsou 08/10/2006
Green is the New Black Majora Carter 08/04/2006
Equity and the Environment: Rebuilding Green - Rebuilding Black 08/04/2006
Fixin to Stay (Summer 2002) 08/02/2006
A Blueprint for Greener Buildings 03/03/2006
Creating Great Communities in the San Francisco Bay Area Jeff Hobson 12/15/2005
Transit Oriented Development Revitalizes Chicago Neighborhood 12/15/2005
Transportation Solutions Todd Litman 12/15/2005
Federal Money--Local Jobs 12/08/2005
LA Bus Riders' Union Rolls Over Transit Racism Geoff Ray 12/08/2005
Power and Accountability in Transit Governance 12/08/2005
Overcoming Roadblocks to Transportation Justice Jeff Hobson 12/08/2005
Highway Robbery in Boston: Bechtel 12/08/2005
BART, GM and Bechtel: Protecting Property Values in the San Francisco Financial District 12/08/2005
Power of Place and Space 10/04/2005
Subsidizing Sprawl 07/18/2005