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Urban Planning and the African-American Community

In the Shadows
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Sage Publications, Inc
Central government policies, Human geography, Urban communities, Public Policy - City Planning & Urban Dev., City planning, Architecture, Urban renewal, Social conditions, Ethnic Studies - African American Studies - General, Planning, Architecture / Planning, Political Science-Public Policy - City Planning & Urban Dev., Race relations, Science / Environmental Science, Social Science-Ethnic Studies - African American Studies - General, African Americans, United S
ContributionsJune Manning Thomas (Editor), Marsha Ritzdorf (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7909117M
ISBN 100803972342
ISBN 139780803972346

Historically, race and city design are linked, and Urban Planning and the African American Community aims to clarify the historical connections between the African American population and the urban planning profession and to suggest means by.

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Clarifying the historical connections between the African-American population in the United States and the urban planning profession, this book suggests means by which cooperation and justice may be increased/5.

The second ghetto and the 'infiltration theory' in urban real estate, / Raymond Mohl; Family values, municipal zoning, and African-American family life / Marsha Ritzdorf; The persistence of racial isolation: the Urban Planning and the African-American Community book of government action and inaction / Yale Rabin; Urban planning, equity planning, and racial justice / Norman Krumholz.

Clarifying the historical connections between the African-American population in the United States and the urban planning profession, this book suggests means by which cooperation and justice may be increased.

Chapters examine: the racial origins of zoning in US cities; how Eurocentric family models have shaped planning processes of cities such as Los Angeles; and diversifying. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Urban Planning and the African American Community: also be of real interest to the general public who would profit from the vital information and sagas described in the book.

One of the best planning volumes to be published recently. 12 people found this helpful.5/5. The book explores four major topics: zoning and real estate, planning and public policy, African American initiatives and responses, and planning education.

In addition, it includes key race-related excerpts from many essential planning-related documents, such as pivotal court cases and federal housing manuals.

Urban planning and the African American community: in the shadows and the 'Infiltration Theory' in Urban Real Estate, - Raymond A Mohl Family Values, Municipal Zoning, and African-American Family Life - Marsha Ritzdorf PART TWO: PLANNING AND PUBLIC POLICY The Persistence of Racial Isolation - Yale Rabin The Role of Government.

The roots and origins of African-American planning in Birmingham, Alabama / Charles Connerly and Bobby Wilson Urban environmentalism and race / Robert W. Collin and Robin M. Collin The status of planning education at historically black colleges and universities: the case of Morgan State University / Siddhartha Sen.

Clarifying the historical connections between the African-American population in the United States and the urban planning profession, this book suggests means by which cooperation and justice may be increased.

Chapters examine: the racial origins of Price: $ Her book Redevelopment and Race: Planning a Finer City in Postwar Detroit remains one of the most important studies, still required reading for anyone beginning their studies in this field. Her edited collection with Marsha Ritzdorf, Urban Planning and the African-American Community: In the Shadows, jump-started a new wave of scholarship in the File Size: KB.

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Introduction / June Manning Thomas and Marsha Ritzdorf --The racial origins of zoning in American cities / Christopher Silver --Locked out of paradise: contemporary exclusionary zoning, the Supreme Court, and African-Americans: present / Marsha Ritzdorf --The second ghetto and the 'infiltration theory' in urban real estate, African American Initiatives and Responses.

Unfortunately, much of the writing about the relationship between the African American community and urban planning has focused on victimization.

Of course, victimization, injustice, and oppression are important parts of the story.

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From: Manning Thomas, June and Marsha Ritzdorf eds. Urban Planning and the African American Community: In the Shadows. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, The introduction of zoning in the early s launched a revolution in American land use regulation and planning.

Beginning with height regulations in Washington, D.C., in ,File Size: KB. Planning History Timeline: a Selected Chronology of Events. Prof. Scott Campbell (Urban & Regional Planning Program, University Of Michigan).

See also these related sites: Remembrances & Obituaries of Planning Scholars & "Urban theorist timeline" Do you have a suggestion for a new entry (especially entries to broaden, enrich, diversify how we conceive of. Her edited collection with Marsha Ritzdorf, Urban Planning and the African-American Community: In the Shadows, jump-started a new wave of scholarship in the field.

That same year, Raymond A. Mohl and Kenneth W. Goings published their highly influential volume on The New African American Urban History.

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This includes studying the history of city development from an architectural point of view, to the impact of urban design on community development efforts. The core theoretical and methodological concerns of the urban studies field come from the social science disciplines of history, economics, sociology.

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