How do you do you think we can heal and unify inner cities?
What common issues do you see in inner cities?
> What common issues do you see in inner cities?
Bureaucracy and underfunded infrastructure.
Highways being built around low income cities really fucked niggas up, NPR had a good talk on it, I'll fetch it asap.
please do. I heard something about this in school, specifically regarding chicago areas where black people live in heights
Urban planner here, this is correct. Many cities intentionally ran highway through low income minority areas to break them up.
need to stop having the women being married to the government
its starts at the home
need to build a new culture
As long as the new left and their derivatives have a vicegrip on our leadership and the vast majority of our intelligentsia, that's not happening.
I always thought inner city communities would benefit from things like urban gardens, vibrant community centers and the like. However in my experience these things are reserved for gentrified/white areas, We need to make conscious efforts to change that.
The first thing that must be overcome is red tape. Thing is that the state tends to attempt regulate the hell out of everything, including what people do on their own properties.