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Program Information
From the Margins
Gentrification and housing struggles
Regular Show
Ted Rutland
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The show features and interview with Concordia University professor Ted Rutland, who spent the day before the show at a conference on gentrification. We ask him to talk about what is gentrification and its effects; about “affordable housing” vs social housing; and bringing about better conditions directly and better government laws and policy on housing.

Ted's research is concerned primarily with the racial politics of urban planning and policing in Canadian cities.

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00:57:31 1 March 19, 2017
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