Guest blogger Allison Guess uses her personal history and observations of the East Liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh to illustrate the need for more inclusive planning and development.
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ShareDuring a conversation at the recent Streetsblog training in Kansas City, I was asked about the name of this site. I stated that often in the media, the word urban has been equated with the word black. Likewise, but not as much, other ethnicities have been tied to areas where they are very populous. With [...]
Transit + Roof + Food + Education + Job + Proximity + Sense of Place = Good Life. A Broken Equation?
It shoudln’t be, but sadly, in many cities, it is.
Graham Sheridan, masters candidate in public administration at Brown University, takes my civic-infereiorty complex to task and demands that a city can and should have it all.