Episode 77

Urban Renewal 2.0

March 28, 2017
  • Housing
  • Cities & Regions
  • Race & Ethnicity
Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration, Rutgers University-Camden

Development efforts in American cities often push out long-term residents and communities of color. Zeroing in on Baltimore, Professor Brandi Blessett breaks down the intentional and unintentional impacts of urban policy decisions.

For more on this topic
  • Read more of her work on the impact of public administration on communities of color in her two-page brief.
  • Check out Arnold Hirsch’s book on race and housing in Chicago, Making the Second Ghetto.