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Advancing equity planning now

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Abstract "Written by planning researchers and practitioners, this book is a resource for those interested in shaping public policy and the built environment for the benefit of all"--
Table of Contents Growth without displacement : a test for equity planning in Portland
Lisa K. Bates
The evolution of the community development industry : a practitioner's perspective
Mark McDermott
Economic diversity in low-status communities
Majora Carter
Can we talk? : conversation, collaboration, and conflict for a just metro
Chris Benner and Manuel Paster
Equity planning in a fragmented suburban setting : the case of St. Louis
Todd Swanstrom
On the way there but not there yet : making accessibility the core of equity planning in transportation
Joe Grengs
The opportunity challenge : jobs and economic development
Robert Giloth
Equity policy and practice at the federal level : HUD's rental assistance demonstration
Patrick Costigan
Planning for aging : addressing issues of equity
Deborah Howe
The future of equity planning education in the United States
Ken Reardon and John Forester
Public participation geographic information systems : a model of citizen science to promote equitable public engagement
Michelle M. Thompson and Brittany N. Arcenaux
Conclusion : the future of equity planning practice
Norman Krumholz and Kathryn Wertheim Hexter.
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Created Date 2019.10.02
Modified Date 2019.10.02