Tenant Organizing and Gentrification with Fred Burrill

Episode 8 April 21, 2022 00:44:48
Tenant Organizing and Gentrification with Fred Burrill
DéPOT: Deindustrialization and the Politics of Our Time
Tenant Organizing and Gentrification with Fred Burrill
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Show Notes

Fred Burrill joins host Amanda Marie Whitt to discuss his recently-submitted PhD dissertation, and his work engaging with tenant rights and gentrification through the lens of deindustrialization. This episode was recorded live at Concordia's 4th Space, and a video recording of Amanda and Fred's conversation can be viewed here

Find out more about the 4th Space on their website or follow them on twitter @cu4thspace. Thank you to Kari and the rest of the 4th Space team for hosting us.

Follow Deindustrialization and the Politics Of Our Time on twitter @deindustrialpol or on our website deindustrialization.org."

Music: "Never Give Up" by Ketsa. Used under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0; https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ketsa/summer-with-sound/never-give-up.

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