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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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Stuart Schuffman, aka Broke-Ass Stuart, is a travel writer, poet, TV host, activist, and general shit-stirrer. His website BrokeAssStuart.com is one of the most influential arts & culture sites in the San Francisco Bay Area and his freelance writing has been featured in Lonely Planet, Conde Nast Traveler, The Bold Italic, Geek.com and too many other outlets to remember. His weekly column, Broke-Ass City, appears every other Thursday in the San Francisco Examiner. Stuart’s writing has been translated into four languages. In 2011 Stuart created and hosted the travel show Young, Broke, and Beautiful on IFC and in 2015 he ran for Mayor of San Francisco and got nearly 20k votes.

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