City of Segregation: One Hundred Years of Struggle For Housing in Los Angeles
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ISBN : 9781786632708
Category : North America
Format : Paperback
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"In the nation's capital of homelessness, housing has always been at the center of the fight for social justice. In this landmark study, Gibbons arms today's activists with a rich understanding of past movements for fair and affordable housing."
--Mike Davis, author of City of Quartz

"A much-needed corrective to dominant narratives of segregation and an alternative geography of Los Angeles racism."
--Laura Pulido, coauthor of Black, Brown, Yellow, and Left

Andrea Gibbons is a reseacher at the Sustainable Housing and Urban Studies Unit (SHUSU) at the University of Salford. She completed her doctorate in geography at the London School of Economics and holds a Masters from UCLA in Urban Planning. She is a writer, editor and educator with ten years of organizing experience in Central and South Central L.A. working on issues of community planning and civic participation, immigration rights, development and regeneration, slum housing and public health. She sits on the editorial board of the academic journal City.



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