GEOGRAPHY & URBAN POLICY
If her neighborhood is going to gentrify, Tonetta Graham wants existing residents to be able to stay — and benefit.
PlanPhilly, March 2018
White Philadelphians received 10 times as many mortgage loans as black Philadelphians in 2015 and 2016, according to a Reveal investigation.
PlanPhilly, February 2018
Traditional explanations of segregation have failed to account for the ways people construct their mental maps of the city.
Next City, February 2018
In Oxford Circle, one in four residents was born outside the U.S. Many are children, prompting a new look at education needs.
Next City, November 2017
A housing ad in Indianapolis draws clear connections between race, class, and gentrification.
Next City, November 2017.
New Orleans removes four Confederate monuments — in dead of night.
Next City, May 2017
Should polluters be given financial incentives to clean up the air?
Next City, January 2017
One woman's quest to eat healthy in a Philadelphia food desert.
Next City, November 2016
Amid a booming, tech-driven growth spurt, a controversial approach to sheltering the homeless is gaining ground.
Next City, July 2016.
Reexamining cycling advocacy at the intersection of racism, over-policing, and gentrification.
Spoke Magazine, June 2016