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Five Things White Urban Planners Should, but Likely Won’t, Do During COVID

The past weeks have already brought on a wave of “listicles” of tips for making sense of the COVID crisis and envisioning its…

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A Night of Social Good Action at the Field Museum

Recently, I was asked to take part in “Night of Ideas,” an event sponsored by the French Consulate at the Field Museum, for…

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Jane’s Walk Chicago 2019: Twelve Walking Tours in Six Neighborhoods!

For a second year, I was in charge of Jane’s Walk Chicago, the local iteration of a global project that honors the work…

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Teaching Fifth Graders “Social Justice”

For a third year, I took part in a “career week” at Edgewater’s Hayt Elementary, where I got to speak on any subject…

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Zine Making 101 Workshop with City Open

Earlier this week, the folks at City Open Workshop invited me to speak about my zine-making process, which we used as a chance…

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Exploring Chicago with the University of Utrecht

For a second year, I spent a cold and rainy week with a group of Urban Geography graduate students from the University of…

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“Why is Chicago Racist?” Zine

Later this month, for the second year, I will be spending a week touring parts of Chicago with a group of Urban Geography…

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Online Troll Inspires an anti-Segregation Zine

The other day, I was scrolling through my Facebook feed, idly scrolling through various headlines, when I made a grave mistake: I began…

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Talk on Uptown Housing & History at the Latin School

Earlier this week, for the second year, I gave a presentation to some very attentive and curious Latin School third graders about the…

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