Events 1

  Teach-in: Capitalism & The City
WHERE:
NYU Gallatin
1 Washington Place
5th Floor Student Lounge, New York , NY 10003
WHEN:
Nov 28, 2018 | 6:30pm8:30pm
 

Articles & Media 26

  Angela Davis: Making ‘Radical’ Imaginable
  Shaping Sustainable Urban Landscapes in Punggol Eco-town, Singapore
  Evicted LES Community Center is part of a trend in New York City
  The Story of the Bronx’s Spofford Juvenile Detention Center
  Plazas, Bikes, and Public Art: A ‘Streetfight’ Panel Discussion
  Migrant Squatters in Berlin Fighting for the Right to the City
  Thinking Beyond the Market: Housing Alternatives from the People
  You Can Teach a Man to Farm: Interview with Connor Vaughn, Farm School NYC
  Zoning, Academia, and UDL Teach-Ins
  RAT FILM Screening and Discussion
  Populism, Gender and Language: Lessons from Latin America and Beyond
  What is a Model City? Screening and Discussion
  Coding While Black: Artificial Intelligence, Computing, and Data in a Racialized World
  Resilient Organization/Resilient Community
  Chinatown Hunger Strike: The Crisis of 83-85 Bowery
  REVIEW: The City is the Factory Panel Discussion
  Capital City of Contraband: How a Railroad Made and Unmade an Ethiopian City
  Capital Sinks: Urban Eco-Resilience In the Face of Capitalist Power Structures
  Review: After-Effects of the High Line
  Criminalizing Dance & Movements Against Police Brutality On Screen: GET LITE and WHOSE STREETS at City Lore
  Review: Peter Moskowitz discusses How to Kill a City
  Review: Michael Hardt speaks on Assembly
  "Dadaab is a Place on Earth" and African Cities Week
  Review: Welcome to the Occupation: Squatting and Resistance from Berlin to New York
  Review: Economic Crisis and Democracy in Brazil – A Talk by Dilma Rousseff
  Arts & Democracy Workshops: Cultural Organizing for Community Change