Volume 23, Issue 1 (2016) A Place in the Neighborhood: Pushed Out, Pushing Back
In this issue of the Trotter Review, we explore gentrification and its alternate, dispossession, through the lens of housing policy focused on increasing opportunity; as a strategy of neighborhood displacement; as possible collusion between developers, politicians, and members of an African heritage leadership class eager to keep their pockets jingling with gold; and as local examples of ouster and remake of a neighborhood to suit the tastes of a more moneyed population with a creamier complexion.
Communities of Opportunity: Pursuing a Housing Policy Agenda to Achieve Equity and Opportunity in the Face of Post-Recession Challenges
Kalima Rose and Teddy Kỳ-Nam Miller
“Separatist City”: The Mandela, Massachusetts (Roxbury) Movement and the Politics of Incorporation, Self-Determination, and Community Control, 1986–1988
Zebulon V. Miletsky and Tomás González
- Kenneth J. Cooper