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Betty Yu from the Chinatown Art Brigade writes about displacement in Chinatown. [Hyperallergic] Speaking of gentrification issues, this Phineas Harper column for Deezen is so insightful. "Gentrification in the case of Williamsburg was in direct opposition to the interests of the businesses based there. It replaced economically and socially productive workplaces with unproductive capital stores.
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