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By Sabiyha Prince

This booklet makes use of qualitative facts to discover the studies and concepts of African american citizens confronting and developing gentrification in Washington, D.C. It contextualizes Black Washingtonians’ views on belonging and attachment in the course of a marked interval of city restructuring and demographic swap within the Nation’s Capital and sheds gentle at the strategy of social hierarchies and standpoints unfolding through the years. African american citizens and Gentrification in Washington, D.C. emerges as a portrait of a heterogeneous African American inhabitants in which individuals outline their id and tradition as a humans trained through the influence of injustice at the city panorama. It offers oral background and ethnographic information on present and previous African American citizens of D.C. and combines those findings with analyses from institutional, statistical, and scholarly stories on wealth inequality, shortages in cheap housing, and charges of unemployment. Prince contends that gentrification seizes upon and fosters asymmetric improvement, vulnerability and alienation and contributes to classed and racialized tensions in affected groups in a booklet that may curiosity social scientists operating within the fields of serious city experiences and concrete ethnography. African americans and Gentrification in Washington, D.C. also will invigorate discussions of neoliberalism, serious whiteness experiences and race family members within the twenty first Century.

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