Tag: inequality

WUF 7: Day Two — Are Economic Forces Conspiring Against Cities of Opportunity?

This is the third post in a series of blogs on the World Urban Forum 7 in Medellin, Colombia. While thousands of urbanists have gathered here in Medellin, Colombia to discuss ways to create “cities of opportunity,” there is increasing evidence that there may be decreasing hope of creating these places unless we are willing

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Let’s All Climb to the Mountaintop: NLC Commemorates the Birthday of Dr. King

Today, we celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who would be 85 years old if he were still alive today.  Across the country, businesses, governments, and schools are closed to allow people to celebrate the memory of one of history’s most important figures. Dr. King is a towering figure whose commitment to

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