6 edition of Racial politics and urban planning found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -229) and index.
|Statement||Robert A. Catlin.|
|LC Classifications||HT168.G37 C38 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 241 p. :|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||92043016|
A American Planning Association task force found that fewer than 10 percent of the organization's members are racial minorities, compared to more than 30 percent of the U.S. population. June Thomas, an urban planning professor at University of Michigan, echoed those sentiments on . This book tells of the other revolt, Chicano studies, and urban planning at UCLA. He is the author of Popular Culture in the Age of White Flight: Jim Crow Nostalgia Reconstructing Race in Bronzeville An incisive analysis of racial identity in urban politics. Political coalitions between communities of color: implications for a new politics / James Jennings The national census and its implications for American cities / John A. Garcia The disappearance of urban policy as a legacy of the Clinton administration's posture on race / Robert C. Smith.
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"Many older, industrial cities with racial tensions have much to learn from Catlin's book in negotiating the transition to a postindustrial economy."―The Pennsylvania Geographer "Presents a vivid description of the dynamics of racial politics in the process of urban planning."―Social & Behavioral SciencesCited by: 9.
Racial Politics and Urban Planning is required reading for citizens interested in urban affairs. Leaders in cities such as Albany and Macon, Georgia; Monroe, Louisiana; Mount Vernon, New York; and Pine Bluff, Arkansas, should also take by: 9.
In Noxious New York, Julie Sze analyzes the culture, politics, and history of environmental justice activism in New York City within the larger context of privatization, deregulation, and globalization. She tracks urban planning and environmental health activism in four gritty New York neighborhoods: Brooklyn's Sunset Park and Williamsburg Cited by: Unfortunately in Gary's case, black politicians and white executives fell victim to pettiness and mistrust, and, as a result, Gary and the entire northwest Indiana region suffered.
Racial Politics and Urban Planning is required reading for citizens interested in urban affairs. Racial Politics and Urban Planning is required reading for citizens interested in urban affairs. Leaders in cities such as Albany and Macon, Georgia; Monroe, Louisiana; Mount Vernon, New York; and Pine Bluff, Arkansas, should also take note.
InJune Manning Thomas, then a professor of urban planning at Michigan State University, produced a report titled Race, Racism, and Race Relations: Linkage with Urban and Regional Planning report, commissioned by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, responded to a request by the White House for information on racial segregation in the United States.
Get this from a library. Racial politics and urban planning: Gary, Indiana, [Robert A Catlin] -- When Richard G. Hatcher became the first black mayor of Gary, Indiana inthe response of Gary's white businessmen was to move the entire downtown to the suburbs, thereby weakening the city.
She tracks urban planning and environmental health activism in four gritty New York neighborhoods: Brooklyn's Sunset Park and Williamsburg sections, West Harlem, and the South Bronx. In these communities, activism flourished in the s and s in response to economic decay and a concentration of noxious incinerators, solid waste transfer.
Examines the culture, politics, and history of the movement for environmental justice in New York City, tracking activism in four neighborhoods on issues of public health, garbage, and energy systems in the context of privatization, deregulation, and globalization.
Racial minority and low-income communities often suffer disproportionate effects of urban environmental problems. When Richard G. Hatcher became the first black mayor of Gary, Indiana inthe response of Gary's white businessmen was to move the entire downtown to the suburbs, thereby weakening the city core.
Meanwhile, white business and institutional leaders in Atlanta, Detroit, and Newark worked with black mayors heading those majority-black cities to rebuild their downtowns and neigh¬ by: 9. Examines the culture, politics, and history of the movement for environmental justice in New York City, tracking activism in four neighborhoods on issues of public health, garbage, and energy systems in the context of privatization, deregulation, and globalization/5.
"Black Mayors and the Politics of Racial Economic Advancement," in Harlan Hahn and Charles Levine, eds., Readings in Urban Politics: Past, Present, and Future (London: Longman, ). I choose to define racism as "the notion that because one's own race is superior, the inferior race deserves to be subordinated by any and all possible Cited by: 9.
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In a groundbreaking new book, “Race for Profit,” Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, a professor of African-American studies at Princeton, shows how the post-urban renewal-planning regime came to Author: Nikil Saval. A serious but often overlooked impact of the random, unplanned growth commonly known as sprawl is its effect on economic and racial polarization.
Sprawl-fueled growth pushes people further apart geographically, politically, economically, and socially.
Atlanta, Georgia, one of the fastest-growing areas in the country, offers a striking example of sprawl-induced City uses a. The racial zoning movement in the urban South demonstrates clearly how certain social objectives were central to the early planning movement.
While scholars have examined the racial zoning movement leading up to Buchanan v. Warley,6 they have given relatively little attention to important racial zoning initiatives after It is in this post.
Clarifying the historical connections between the African-American population in the United States and the urban planning profession, this book suggests means by which cooperation and justice may be increased. Chapters examine: the racial origins of zoning in US cities; how Eurocentric family models have shaped planning processes of cities such as Los Angeles; and diversifying planning.
Cedric J. Robinson’s passing this summer at the age of seventy-five went virtually unnoticed. Professor emeritus of political science and black studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and arguably one of the most original political theorists of his generation, no major U.S. newspaper determined that Robinson’s passing merited even a single paragraph.
Race, Racism, and Race Relations: Linkage with Urban and Regional Planning Literature. The report, commissioned by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, responded to a request by the White House for information on racial segregation in the United States.
Thomas’s report covered areas such as equity and discrimination,File Size: KB. Poor planning and decision making When politics intervene in urban planning process the plans that will be generated by the planners will lose their vision due to the frequent changes that the politicians will require in order to achieve their personal objective or their constituencies/parties interest.
In Building Character:The Racial Politics of Modern Architectural Style (University of Pittsburgh Press, ), Davis traces the racial charge of the architectural writings of five modern theorists—Eugene Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc, Gottfried Semper, Louis Sullivan, Frank Lloyd Wright, and William Lescaze—to highlight the social, political, and historical significance of the spatial.
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