To understand the role of culture and arts in equitable city planning, [people. power. media] spent months learning directly from San Francisco’s cultural districts about the efforts they are taking to claim space and resist erasure.
There is a long legacy of American violence against Asians that spans centuries, and these recent attacks only build on the long legacy of white supremacy, systemic racism, exploitation, and imperialism.
Richmond District Neighborhood Center hosted a forum on that addresses Asian Pacific Islander and Black solidarity featuring Dyan Ruiz, CoFounder of People Power Media
Special thanks to Anti-Eviction Mapping Project co-founder and postdoctor
DAPSS: A Revolutionary New Framework for Planning Cities that hinges on Desegregation, Affordability, Production, Stability and Sustainability
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