Ingrid Sibley discusses the signifigance of space to the African-American experience and the cost of gentrification.
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Atlanta Coffee Culture: Your Latte is the Tip of the Iceberg
BY KEELAN LYONS
@ VOL 26
ON SEP 20, 2015
Keelan Lyons is a coffee aficionado and brings us something of the history of the rise of the specialty coffee industry here in Atlanta and abroad.
Criminal Justice -OR- Sustainability?
BY JOSHUA BYRD
@ VOL 29
ON MAY 22, 2016
Joshua Byrd has been on a criminal justice journey his whole life. Quite a bit of it was spent on one side of that journey: US Marines, Dept. of Defense, Georgia Sheriff Deputy, Superior Court of Fulton County (GA), North Carolina Dept. of Justice, United States EPA... The man knows what he talks about when he says there is a better way to approach crime in our country and in our cities. Listen in as Joshua talks "4-D" involvement and sustainability as a road to better criminal justice pratices.
Shoreditch gentrification as a print! How!?
BY MASSIMO CASAGRANDE
@ VOL 13
ON APR 27, 2017
Massimo Casagrande gave this wonderful PechaKucha talk at the Geffrye Museum in April 2017 (vol 13 of the London series) and showcased his teams design for the London Design Festival which encapsulated the gentrification of Shoreditch in a print - how? / what? / who? ---- JUST WATCH!
Cabbagetown: Changing Atlanta by Preserving History
BY JACOB ELSAS
@ VOL 38
ON DEC 09, 2018
Jacob Elsas, founder of The Patch Works History Center, describes the origins and gentrification of Cabbagetown, an old mill village in the heart of Atlanta.