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Ujju Aggarwal and Donna Nevel |
School segregation is also blamed on residential patterns that are themselves seen as organic. In reality, the disparities of class and race profoundly and deliberately shape neighborhoods and schools.
In the past, neighborhoods like Gowanus have been rezoned to permit residential and industrial to exist in close proximity. Leaders of the ‘Bridging Gowanus’ effort now want to require it.
Hear an interview with Neil deMause, whose new book recounts the battles that reshaped Coney Island, Fulton Street, Atlantic Yards and the city around them.