May 26, 2020

In 1960, the French ethnographic filmmaker Jean Rouch and sociologist Edgar Morin roamed the streets of Paris, asking citizens “How do you live?” and “Are you happy?” Their experiment, which became the classic cinema vérité documentary Chronique d’un Eté (Chronicle of...

July 2, 2018

Photo Credit: homesforall.org

During the 1990s, after decades of disinvestment, white flight and suburbanization, American cities once again became sites of large-scale capital investment. The resulting waves of gentrification[1] and displacement spurred the formation o...

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Planners Network and Progress City co-sponsored a live webinar about the PN book Transformative Planning: Radical Alternatives to Neoliberal Urbanism hosted by publisher Black Rose Books.  Featuring Annette Koh, Edwin Quiles-Rodriguez and Silky Shah, and moderated by Progressive City and book editor Tom Angotti

You can watch the webinar here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxUPaywiE2U&fbclid=IwAR34w2dVxlRIfQSwNSLItDzrUZTlcy7FkpOoqD3OdkjlG5aM9S1gDHAvrks

More info about the book:

U.S.A.: https://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/distributed/T/bo46055201.html

Canada: http://blackrosebooks.net/products/view/Transformative+Planning%3A+Radical+Alternatives+to+Neoliberal+Urbanism/84136

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