All things urban, from The Atlantic.
Big Van Gogh has emerged as a multi-million-dollar live event opportunity. But do the exhibitions live up to the hype?
We only know many of the lurid details about the massive tragedy in Tulsa because of a Black woman named Mary E. Jones Parrish. Her book, "Events of the Tulsa Disaster," published in 1922, tells her own story along with eyewitness accounts
“To say that a rule that requires cities to analyze segregation would ‘destroy the suburbs’ is as close as you can get to an endorsement of racial segregation without actually saying the words, " said @ShamusRoller , executive director of the @NHLP
This election is like no other — and cities are preparing for the worst. A number of major U.S. cities are taking steps to avoid widespread voter intimidation and civil unrest ahead of Election Day.
1/ Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has unveiled legislation that offers billions in federal dollars for cities willing to demolish urban highways that razed or divided neighborhoods decades ago.
The Minneapolis police department has been making an average of 80% fewer traffic stops each week since May 25, the day of George Floyd’s death.