How the future ‘Living Single’ reboot can reclaim the urban narrative ‘Friends’ ran off with.
The structures both define and devalue a fabled Pittsburgh neighborhood.
To resist the current political peril, just boost the urban voter turnout, right? Unfortunately, it’s not that simple.
Supporters of the Department of Justice’s efforts to address discriminatory practices in urban policing may be watching the end of an era as prospective Attorney General Jeff Sessions prepares for his confirmation hearing.
Harvard urban planning professor Daniel D’Oca took his design grad students to Ferguson to see the impacts of racial zoning ordinances. They came back with some novel solutions.
Pittsburgh created a trust fund for affordable housing. Now it just has to find the funds to fill it, and the places to build new housing.
Filmmaker Jeremy Meek showcases the human side of D.C.’s controversial dirt-bike scene.
In their rhetoric, the convicted mass murderer and the president-elect tapped the same deep strain of American racism.
From Flint to Standing Rock, a movement built to address the racial inequities in environmental issues emerged on the national stage during the Obama years. But the winds are about to change.
Pittsburgh’s Chief of Innovation and Performance, Debra Lam, is resigning this month after two years of steering the city towards the future. Here are her parting thoughts.
Maybe Dr. Ben Carson is not the best choice for HUD secretary, but the link between housing and health makes a medical professional a good pick for this Cabinet position.
The algorithms that power the online marketplace just reflect the racial discrimination found in society itself.
Author Jeff Chang talks about why gentrification isn’t the perfect lens for looking at the geography of race in the U.S., but Beyoncé is.
The American Institute of Architects’ CEO apologized for issuing a congratulatory message to Donald Trump. But AIA member Bryan C. Lee Jr. wants more than that: He’s issued “a call to action around designing for justice.”
A new report from the Equal Justice Initiative reminds us how racial violence and exclusion paved the way for today’s polarized America.
Cameron McLay just resigned from his post as Pittsburgh’s police chief—right when urban policing is about to get a lot more interesting.
It’s not easy, but we need to accept that one candidate’s dark vision of American cities holds certain truths.
A new report on the affordable housing crisis warns that there’s no one single strategy that has yet proven effective in stemming the displacement of lower-income families.