Friday September 27 @ 7PM
San Jose Peace & Justice Center
As cities become more interconnected, and less dependent on localized economic models, domestic issues of increased class inequality and sustainability have emerged as central components to city planning debates. These trends are perhaps best exemplified in the city of New York.
Although the tactics are different, the content is the same as what is happening in SF Bay Area cities. It is also an example of the process described in the book Rebel Cities, by David Harvey.
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