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There Goes the Neighborhood
28:40 | Oct 17th, 2017
This was a good episode looking at "artwashing" by real estate developers and the role of artists in gentrification. Developers are no longer stopping at murals but putting live artists in buildings t...Show More
26:45 | Oct 24th, 2017
This is an interesting episode about gentrification. Talks of a tale about a old pizza shop and a new hipster pizza shop that takes its place...and its sign.
30:13 | Apr 6th, 2016
To the woman who persists and holds her ground despite all the attempts from the landlord to renovict her out 💪
25:12 | Nov 6th, 2018
I didn't know that the portmanteau "Renoviction" was from Vancouver, Canada! Also not surprised.
35:35 | Oct 11th, 2018
Good episode analyzing all the claims on gentrification from multiple angles based on available data. Appreciated the effort.
29:10 | Apr 17th, 2019
“We like your culture sometimes unless it inconveniences us” Even though whether the Go-Go music stayed on or not is not comparable to some of the larger issues of gentrification like affordability im...Show More
29:21 | Jan 5th, 2018
Interesting episode about company towns in today's context.
Priced Out: The Podcast
46:00 | Nov 29th, 2018
Sweet and Sour
32:29 | Jun 8th, 2017
Enjoyed this discussion about Asian food in mainstream culture - when is it appreciation vs appropriation? Is it okay?
21:03 | Nov 3rd, 2018
I talk about the success of Vancouver Chinatown activists' push back against a proposed gentrifier condo building.
Out of the Blocks
42:25 | Mar 13th, 2018
Hear from multiple gentrifications across different cultures on the changing face of Seattle's Chinatown International District.
Isn't That Spatial
25:51 | Jan 24th, 2019
A good 101 on gentrification -- history, what it is, signs, issues, and some solutions.
51:41 | Apr 6th, 2017
Power woman Dr. Diane Wong talks about the importance and power of oral histories and her experience collecting oral histories for Chinatowns across US and Canada. She also talks about the mobilizatio...Show More
New York, I Love You But You've Changed
0:00 | Jun 8th, 2018
Go Mei Lum of NYC's Chinatown! I admire her work on using culture to fight back against cultural appropriation and gentrification.
The Activist Hustle
11:00 | May 2nd, 2019
49:17 | Oct 29th, 2019
Wow wow wow. I thought I’ve been to enough dramatic city hall council meetings but this one takes the cake. Fascinating story about how how one strip club chain is resisting Reno’s transformation into...Show More