How Discrimination Shapes What Your City Looks Like

Lucy Tiven describes five ways racism crops up in a city’s landscape: 1) pollution, 2) construction of Chinatowns, 3) hostile architecture, 4) lack of public transportation, and 5) highways as dividers.

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One Comment on “How Discrimination Shapes What Your City Looks Like

  1. Great article highlighting how discrimination and racism are built constructs of our daily lives and thus inform our perceptions of what’s ‘normal’ and accepted

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