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Article: Centring race: Why we need to think about gentrification differently

March 28, 2023
By Mieko Tarrius

Gentrification is responsible for the physical and socio-cultural restructuration of cities. Gentrification often results in the dislocation of marginalized communities who can no longer afford to live in their communities. | Credit: Miguel A. Amutio (Unsplash).

This article by Mieko Tarrius, doctoral candidate in geography and Public Scholar, explores the socio-cultural impact of gentrification on communities of color in Montreal and Brooklyn (New York). This article was published in The Conversation Canada on March 22 as part of the Public Scholars program.

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