Looks like EDC has decided that the best way to address the controversy over how BQX would be paid for and whether it would accelerate gentrification is to distract us with cartoon owls. ... See MoreSee Less
Brooklyn and Queens have some great public transportation options, including subways, Citi Bike, ferries, and more. People living and working along the water...
Brooklyn Wars shared their event.
Extremely excited to announce that Catherine Green (Coalition for Community Advancement, East New York) and Bruno Daniel (Rheingold Community Coalition, Bushwick) will be joining Tom and I on this February 27 panel! With firepower like this, we should solve gentrification and displacement in 45 minutes, an hour tops. ... See MoreSee Less
Gentrification, Race, & Displacement in NYC: Who's at Fault?
Brooklyn Public Library
Gentrification, Race, and Displacement in New York City: Who's at Fault, Where Do We Go from Here? New York’s neighborhoods are caught in an escalating battle over what they will look like, and who will get to live in them. In this special evening, Brooklyn authors Tom Angotti and Neil deMause join with community activists Catherine Green of the Coalition for Community Advancement (East New York) and Bruno Daniel of the Rheingold Community Coalition (Bushwick) to discuss the city’s present and future. Signed copies of the following new books will be available for purchase: Zoned Out: Race, Displacement and City Planning in NYC, edited by Tom Angotti & Sylvia Morse The Brooklyn Wars: The Stories Behind the Remaking of New York’s Most Celebrated Borough, by Neil deMause
Though that amNY article's generally perceptive concerns about Bronx gentrification were undercut by the likely impact of the front-page headline: ... See MoreSee Less
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How to Colonize a City Without Even Trying: The Brooklyn Wars
Bluestockings Bookstore, Café, & Activist Center
Brooklyn has undergone a remarkable transformation in recent years, making it an icon of hipness worldwide while running roughshod over the residents who, in many cases, helped rebuild the borough in the first place. Author and journalist Neil deMause discusses The Brooklyn Wars, which details the winners and losers of battles between communities, developers, and city planners — and what, if anything, can be done to change the borough’s future.