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Listening to Harlem: Tenants, Activists, Experts

  • Brigitte ZamzowEmail author
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Abstract

This chapter shows empirical evidence in support of the claim that a third razing of a black community due to gentrification pressure and lacking public policy might be forthcoming. The interviews suggest that the privatization of NYCHA housing stock affects its tenants not so much by direct displacement, but has indirect long-term effects.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Urban Studies and Social ResearchBauhaus-Universität, WeimarWeimarGermany

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