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Thursday, April 9 • 1:30pm - 2:55pm
TH1.30.14 Internal Structural Inequality in Cities

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Moderator: Elizabeth J. Mueller, University of Texas at Austin

Medellín Urban Forums: Transnational assemblages of hegemonic and counter-hegemonic narratives

John Betancur, University of Illinois at Chicago, Catalina Ortiz, National University of Colombia
Greenwashing: Throwing Sustainability Out With the Bathwater? The Displacement of Informal Settlements Through Green Development in Fortaleza, Brazil
Annie Contractor, University of Illinois; Andrew Greenlee, University of Illinois

Cradle of Crime: the deterioration of inner Mexico City and its surrounding areas
Gabriel Morales Sod, New York University

Presenters
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John J Betancur

Department of Urban Planning and Policy (UPP), University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)
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Annie Contractor

Graduate Student, University of Illinois
I will complete my master's degree in urban planning in May for which I have focused on social justice in an international context. I am especially interested in gender and racial equity in urban planning, and how those issues play out in small urban settings. Planning with and for alternatives to continuous growth is a way forward I would like to explore with others. | | Link to my full paper... Read More →
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Gabriel Morales Sod

New York University, department of sociology

Moderators
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Elizabeth J. Mueller

University of Texas

Thursday April 9, 2015 1:30pm - 2:55pm
Hibiscus (lobby level)