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21 August 2016
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Over 3000 Words
In Philadelphia, Black Guns Matter encourages Black Americans to practice the second amendment right to own a gun, while at the simultaneously discouraging altercations with the police. This group provides resources t...
29 December 2015
New York, New York, United States
A new book chronicles each below-market subsidized housing project ever built in New York, highlighting in particular Co-op City, where residents have come to care for their city-subsidized homes.
1 September 2015
Exeter, United Kingdom
Under 800 Words
Larger green spaces may be critical to a city, as they can support more complete ecosystems. In contrast to smaller "parklets," large parks paired with high-density neighborhoods allow for healthier cities.
12 June 2015
Detroit, Michigan, United States
To develop new demolition standards, the Detroit Building Authority brought together a best practices working group that met biweekly. Under the new system, a pre-demolition review takes place to, among other things, ...
16 February 2015
Newark, New Jersey, United States
As a blight-reduction and urban-development effort, the city of Newark sold bare lots in a distressed area to families willing to build a house and live in it for five years.
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