Community Organizing for Equitable Redevelopment: The Barrio Logan and San Ysidro Struggle

submitted by: d4gonzal
Before gentrification was used to revitalize inner-city neighborhoods, the federal government destroyed and rebuilt to address blight, causing extreme displacement. Extensive criticism of ‘urban renewal’, a U.S. program of land redevelopment in urban areas involving the destruction of slum housing, businesses, the relocation of people, and the use of eminent domain, transformed that program into an ‘urban revitalization’ process following two themes: historic preservation and a...

How to Manage Your Stress

submitted by: knowledgeocity

Knowledgeocity.com presents Stress Management as a part of the Lifestyle Learning Series. This lesson covers how to bring down your stress level at work and in life. For the full training video course and much more, visit Knowledgeocity.com

Agriculture in the City?

submitted by: tigeiger

Senior research project on the viability of dedicating publicly-owned urban land to agriculture in the City of San Diego. Presents a modified cost-benefit analysis to determine the true value of gardens as a land use.

The "Bungalow-Effect" on Redevelopment Policy in North Park

submitted by: DirtyDave

North Park's 1907 blueprint sustained itself a full century, even fighting off the Modernist-Era's project-like apartment invasion between the 60s and the 80s. This poster outlines the research discovering how and why this was possible.