Best gentrification podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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This is a channel for discussions about gentrification in Portland, Oregon and around the country. You'll find the Priced Out Podcast as well as trailers, deleted scenes and production extras from the feature documentary Priced Out. Gentrification is when wealthy (usually white) residents move back to the city center and massive corporations start to redevelop neighborhoods. Gentrification fixes things up but also raises rents. As that happens people across American are finding themselves PR ...
 
A podcast that explores our changing cities. One street corner at a time.Produced by David Boyer with KALW.Find us online at www.theintersection.fm and on Twitter @IntersectionFM
 
There Goes the Neighborhood: Los Angeles is a podcast about how LA has gone from the place to chase your dreams to the least affordable cities in the country. Housing prices are soaring, developers and landlords see opportunity, and many longtime Angelenos are getting squeezed out. Is there a place for you here? Produced by KCRW and WNYC Studios. Plus, catch up on the award-winning first season of There Goes the Neighborhood, which looked at the gentrification of Brooklyn, including the inte ...
 
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Black Pill Radio
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Delivering conscious commentary on issues affecting our community and businesses, as well as events happening on a social, political and global scale. Broadcasting live every 1st and 3rd Sunday morning of each month from 10am to 11am eastern standard time. www.BlackPillRadio.com
 
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Bellwether
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Lead by Listening
 
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Upside Down Podcast
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Upside Down Podcast features unscripted conversations on life and faith. Join us as we gather women from different perspectives around the table to discuss life in God's upside down kingdom. We dive into justice, spirituality, and Christian culture. No topic is off limits as we learn how Jesus changes everything. Upside Down Podcast is a collaborative, Christian podcast. Some of our most popular episodes include Hashtag Blessed, Downward Mobility, Gentrification, and a special interview with ...
 
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American Suburb
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Gentrification is changing cities across America, forcing people from neighborhoods they have long called home. Call them the displaced. Now those priced out of the Bay Area are looking for a better life in an unlikely place. American Suburb follows this migration to one California town along the Delta, 45 miles from San Francisco. But is this once sleepy suburb ready for them? KQED’s Devin Katayama and Sandhya Dirks explore that question, taking us into the ordinary spaces of suburban life ...
 
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CiTR -- The City
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Each week host and producer Andrew Longhurst provides listeners with an alternative look at our changing urban spaces in this weekly urban affairs show. The program includes news, interviews, discussions, documentaries, and music. You'll find critical discussions of the people, politics, policies, and processes shaping urban geographies on issues ranging from gentrification to food security to urban economic change.
 
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HOOD 2 HEALTH
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DISRUPTING the Popular Narrative that Veganism is an Elitist White Person Diet. Learn How to FLOURISH Despite Food Deserts🐪 Gentrification 🏬& Stigma💭
 
Gentrification is a concept that everyone has an opinion about and no one has a good definition for. This podcast series follows Ajey Pandey as he tries to answer: What is gentrification? How does it happen? And can it be stopped?
 
Welcome! In this podcast we will be erratically tackling all the problems of the day. From genocide to gentrification, from alcoholism to arcane mythology, and from religion to recreational drugs. We might also talk about Taylor Swift. We will be periodically funny, occasionally sinister, typically sarcastic, and we will always try to be clever.
 
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That Girl W/ Locs
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Spread love it's the Brooklyn way! We'll Biggie said it best. Welcome to my podcast, a queen from Brooklyn raised in the Virgin Islands who is figuring this gentrification life one chai tea latte at a time. Embracing your queendom is what I stand for, which seg-ways into convos of sex, money, dating, society(eye roll), life, and MEN etc. Listen, Comment and Share.
 
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Urban Consciousness
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The focus of Urban Consciousness looks at current and historical issues that divide and separate people. Our primary focus is social and economic justice, education, dismantling White Supremacy, voting rights, financial literacy, gentrification, healthcare, affordable housing, and economics.
 
Parish, Stevie and Charles invite you to their pointless conversations about hip-hop, sports, black twitter, bodega gentrification, and whatever else we make up on our project staircase @checkkmyfrench @tacosoverpeople @_uptwnpolo
 
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The first episode in a new series about life in Berlin -- not just Berlin, but the new urban age. We'll be speaking with academics, journalists, writers, and other figures about housing issues and income inequality, how to create networks when we're all increasingly mobile, issues of gentrification and community, and the myth a city builds for ...…
 
Duchampian? Dali traffic cones outside the Dali/Duchamp exhibit. Back at the studio complex, Matthew shares highlights from a trip through Florida. The conversation winds its way across topics ranging from the ties between Dalí and Duchamp to this century’s wave of Edison bulbs and reclaimed wood. Several museums and studio spaces are recommend ...…
 
Join Erica and Judy on this week’s episode as they discuss playing loud music, On My Block, gentrification, Cardi B, older Latino guy, crazy work projects, It’s been hot, big hands over big feet, comb overs, Donald Trump his ass...
 
This week the crew discuss Michael Blackson, pointless shootings, Youtube Shooting, Safaree getting robbed, Amazon Trump Saga, etc. “Lets say you have 2 baby mothers and one of them tells you, you cant bring your other child to her childs birthday party. Are you still bringing that child?!”https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/defeat-the-norm-pod ...…
 
This week on the pod is a very special guest. Jarel, Kev, and Sal welcome musician/hip hop artist Brooklyn MO (@mogotbars). First, the guys and Mo discuss what he doesn’t like about the music industry currently (2:00), growing up in Crown Heights (4:00), taking a break from music (8:00), creation of “Excellence” from his Executive Orders EP (14 ...…
 
Paul Madonna's popular comic, "All Over Coffee" had been running for twelve years in the San Francisco Chronicle when he was evicted from his longtime home and studio in the Mission District, ground-zero in the "tech wars" transforming the city. Suddenly finding himself yet another victim of San Francisco's overheated boomtown housing market, w ...…
 
After Yevgeny took care of himself as well as two Delta Green agents. Edward and Rose find themselves restrained and possibly en route to a black site. Lando and Carlita have no other recourse but to confront the owner of Transism to get down to the bottom of the strange metal that seems to be taking over Bayshore. What will they find in the ou ...…
 
The Ward. It's so ubiquitous to the city that you don't even need to identify it by its full name. It's just the Ward. In the (not literal) shadow of downtown, the Ward is one of the oldest parts of Guelph, and it's seen a lot of changes over the decades, but perhaps none so pronounced as what's happening now. The question: might there be some ...…
 
David Delmar is looking for a fight. Not in the pugilistic sense, but rather the fight for social progress and income equality for those who just need an opportunity. His original plan coming out of the Boston University College of Fine Arts was to be a comic book illustrator, which seems appropriate since you get the impression he’s doing supe ...…
 
Many cities around the world pride themselves on their live music scenes. But music cities don’t generally happen by accident - they are planned for, organised, marketed and protected. In this episode of the The Urban Squeeze, Tony and Jason examine how music cities are regulated and what good and bad regulations involve. They discuss the role ...…
 
In this episode of Radio Reversal, Anna (@annajcarlson), Jo (@joanna_horton) & Nat (@DrNatOsborne) talk about privacy, particularly philosophies, politics, and technologies of privacy. They explore questions of digital and spatial forms of privacy and ‘publicness’ & of surveillance and facial recognition & how these intersect with race, gender, ...…
 
I met Deborah Garcia at Yollocalli Arts Reach, an organization dedicated to providing after-school arts programming to teens in the Pilsen and Little Village neighborhoods of Chicago. First at Yollocalli and now at Enlace, another local non-profit, Deborah has dedicated a large part of her life to making sure that kids in the community have the ...…
 
Lea and Karen talk with Gabrielle Bryant, the hustler-in-chief of Gabby's World Media. Gabby talked about leadership, gentrification, journalism, Oprah and her Jesus Year.Gaby's twitter: https://twitter.com/GyftofGABBGaby's insta: https://www.instagram.com/gyftofgabb/Gaby's website: https://gabbysworldmedia.com/Her writing in Denverite: https:/ ...…
 
All I need is one mic! Get to know your cipher Sherpa, Efi Green, in this one man cipher. Why the podcast? Who’s the Gang? Gentrification?!?!
 
Listen to the panel talk about the cause, effects and differences between gentrification and regeneration .
 
We have our first guest! This episode is all over the place. From our origins to Kapernick, political parties, gentrification, the prison system and Madea!!!
 
Erin talks about how much she adores Connie Walker's latest podcast for CBC, Missing and Murdered: Finding Cleo. Check it out. Then Erin talks with Sarah Adjekum, a Hamiltonian and social worker, about the complexities of responding to the recent Locke Street mob vandalism incident. Sarah challenges us to think about violence as more than a spe ...…
 
On my last day in New York I was very fortunate to be able to interview Mei Lum, who generously made time out of what I imagine is her particularly busy schedule running both the Wing on Wo & Co store in Chinatown and the associated W.O.W Project which through localised arts and culturally based activity aims to reclaim the area against the ons ...…
 
About Our Guest: Jerrod Delaine has worked in real estate private equity, consulting, not-for-profit advising and project managing. His efforts have included asset management, acquisitions, construction and development due diligence. He is currently the Director of Development for Carthage Real Estate Advisors LLC. Carthage is a Harlem based de ...…
 
This episode we bring you two roundups: one for women’s strike actions on International Women’s Day, and another for #DefendAfrin actions across Europe. We also share a call for and international day of solidarity to #DefendAfrin on March 24. The West Virginia teachers’ strike has ended, and we share our complicated takeaways from the longest s ...…
 
This Must Be The PlaceIn this installment of This Must Be the Place Elizabeth and David give a post-film review, along with Rebecca Clements (and also a bit of help from Trent and Casper), of the Jane Jacobs documentary “Citizen Jane: Battle for the City”. As is discussed, the film features a fantastic variety of archival footage and also has v ...…
 
On Tuesday, January 30th, Congressional candidate Ken Russell sat down with co-hosts Juan Cuba and Matt Mawhinney for a discussion about his values, his vision, and why he thinks he's the best candidate in District 27. We talk about Ken's story, Amazon HQ2 and its implications for South Florida, climate gentrification, and more. As part of Drin ...…
 
Welcome to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective. I’m Glen Ford, along with my co-host Nellie Bailey. Coming up: Activists in New York held a tribunal on ethnic cleansing, another term for the gentrification that is destabilizing Black neighborhoods across the country; and, the organizati ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: If I Knew You Were Going to Be This Beautiful, I Never Would Have Let You GoAuthor: Judy ChicurelNarrator: Emily Woo ZellerFormat: UnabridgedLength: 9 hrs and 10 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 10-30-14Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.Ratings: 4.5 ...…
 
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Simone Chun, a fellow at the Korea Policy Institute and a member of the Korean Peace Network, and Tim Shorrock, a Washington-based investigative journalist who grew up in Japan and South Korea, who wrote “Spies for Hire: The Secret World of Outsourced Intelligence, ...…
 
The Los Angeles River in downtown is getting new bridges and parks. But with the greening of the river may come “green gentrification.” DnA tours a disused railyard that will be turned into a park, hears about dreams for changes in the Lower LA River and talks to architect Frank Gehry and other stakeholders about LA County’s updated masterplan ...…
 
Gentrification, kids growing up soft, vegan delis, Mormon neighbors. New York City has changed quite a bit since I first visited in the 90's and especially since moving here 5 years ago. But what does it sound like from the perspective of someone born and raised in Brooklyn? We get into it on the latest episode of "Derek Mansplains It All."Gast ...…
 
Gentrification is causing the working class to move out of Brooklyn and New York.
 
After tagging a literal piece of trash #FuckTrump a woman said it should really say Fuck Gentrification & then literally came at me with the "You white people" & I came back with the "Do you Know me" & the sidewalk argument ensued when i asked her where she was from with her Island accent. Apparently she didn't want to answer that question & tu ...…
 
Part 2: This discussion briefly covers the transit plan that has been proposed in Nashville and why we think it’s a terrible idea. As well as the continued forced gentrification by white liberals and conservatives, we also touch on our gun safety event March 10th here in Nashville
 
This discussion briefly covers the transit plan that has been proposed in Nashville and why we think it’s a terrible idea. As well as the continued forced gentrification by white liberals and conservatives, we also touch on our gun safety event March 10th here in Nashville.
 
The incredible guest list persists!This week we've got one of the most talented cats making music today, the incredible, indelible, SKYZOO. He was out here all the way from Brooklyn, continuing to tell people his thoughts on gentrification, validation, being black, raising a child, cultural appropriation and more in the dopest possible way. We ...…
 
NB local Nishad Datta from DUSTERS comes in to talk shop about the New Brunswick scene and its many pockets, race relations, the “white people police”, his Benghali and Tibetan heritage, gentrification, skinhead culture, getting rowdy at NY Redbull games, the current state of nerdery, recording the new DUSTERS LP at Trax East, and much more. We ...…
 
Within the United States, the wealth gap between black and white households continues to grow, and by 2053, the median wealth of Black Americans is expected to fall to zero. The goal for today’s episode is to discuss how we can harness Black economic buying power to close the racial wealth gap and create change within our communities. We interv ...…
 
The Green Bans and Gentrification by SoundMinds RadioIn this episode, we take to the streets of Sydney. We meet public housing resident Barney Gardner at his house in the suburb of Millers Point, which is just under Sydney Harbour Bridge. I’ve spent a bit of time with Barney over the last couple of years, interviewing him for various research p ...…
 
“You can live in a place and really not know it as well as you think you might,” Steve Koepp mused about Brooklyn as he recalled the founding, the present and the future of The Bridge. The site is one year old today, so we figured it was time to feature the founder of the site that hosts our podcast. The Bridge focuses on the borough’s business ...…
 
This week we are so honored to have Sophia, the creator of the @osothebosso Instagram bi-lingual tenants rights novela, to educate us on tenants rights in Los Angeles. We also have long discussions surrounding grassroots organizing, gentrification, gentefication, homeownership, and homeslessness. Sophia is so amazing and y'all should keep up wi ...…
 
What is gentrification and how is this global phenomenon affecting our local community in Muizenberg? In this episode we chat about our Muizenberg water task team and developments taking place specifically in identifying people at risk who would need water if Day Zero arrives. We also chat to Etienne who is from France, about the worldwide phen ...…
 
Happy Black History Month! On this episode, E*Dreezy sends a message to everyone snifflin' around town, highlights a brilliant Black woman in STEM, makes some low brow puns while learning about one of those random square states, and covers some heavier topics about life itself.CW/TW: family, death, gentrification…
 
Episode #364 French Reggy is back and Jaye Smooth pretends like he missed him. Then he immediately tried to rectify a Slack beef that happened during the week. Did I say resolve? I meant heighten. This guy goes on and on about Family Dollar. And if you aren’t in the Slack, you need to be. Jamie Mack wants to argue that gentrification has gotten ...…
 
In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast host Rahiem Shabazz interviews Thomas “TJ” Loftin (Wealth Coach and Speaker) during his stop in Atlanta for the “Monetizing Gentrification” tour. TJ discusses creative financing and interest-based negotiation skills as well as why its important to preserve wealth in your business and community. The ...…
 
To whine about gentrification and call it genocide is to be a giant cry baby that turns crime and degradation into some kind of sacred culture that must be preserved. That being said, living with yuppies is extremely irritating. They are spoiled brats who would rather watch a black handicapped woman die, than be seen as racist.…
 
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