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The Politics of Gentrifying the Suburbs

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This time around we sit down with KQED’s Sandhya Dirks and discuss how the gentrification of cities have a ripple effect and lead to the gentrification of the surrounding suburbs well. In her podcast “American Suburb” Sandhya looks specifically at the East Bay’s Antioch as a prime example of this ripple effect. It’s fucking fascinating.

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