Built Environments Series

This is a list of the fourteen posts made by 0FemininEnergy0 on Built Environments and gentrification, listed so you can read from top to bottom instead of scrolling down to the end.

Built Environments: A Quick Introduction

Built Environments #2: Beltline Bus Tour

Built Environments #3: “I wish this was a…”

Built Environments #4: The Ghetto Waxes the Ghetto Wanes

Built Environments #5: The One Where I Argue With Someone Who May Be Dead About Gentrification

Built Environments #6: The O4W “For Rent”

Built Environments #7: A Presentation on Former Atlanta Public Housing Residents

Built Environments #8: “I wish this was a…” – Juliana, O4W resident

Built Environments #9: The Changing Face of the Old Fourth Ward

Built Environments #10: “I wish this was a…”

Built Environments #11: Sidewalks and Playscapes- Bike Trails of the Old 4th Ward

Built Environments #12: Sidewalks and Playscapes- Playgrounds and Parks in the Old Fourth Ward

Built Environments #13: Sidewalks and Playscapes- New and Old Sidewalks

Built Environments #14: A Tale of Two Meetings

Built Environments #15: Serial Displacement of Minorities for the Sake of Progress

Built Environments #16: Racial Segregation, Inequality, and Health 

Built Environments #17: Atlanta and “The Equality of Opportunity Project”

Built Environments #18: A Quick Guide to the Foreclosure Crisis in Atlanta

Built Environments #19: Occupy Atlanta and My Period of Personal Enlightenment

Built Environments #20: Occupy Our Homes Atlanta’s Housing Justice Academy- October 26-28, 2013

Built Environments #21: Occupy Our Homes Atlanta- Housing Justice Academy Direct Action

Built Environments #22: Community Land Trusts

Built Environments #23: Champlain Housing Trust, Lessons in Revitalization

Built Environments #24: “I wish this was a…”

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