Can good street design really "protect" protesters — and the right to protest itself — from police brutality? No.
The creators of "tactical urbanism" sit down with Streetsblog to talk about where their quick-build methods are going in a historic moment that is finally centering real community engagement.
Two white homeowners threatened the lives of Black Lives Mater protesters in on a private street in St. Louis on Sunday, raising new questions about anti-Black racism in pseudo-public space.
Five visionary leaders shared their wisdom on how to take antiracist action in the built environment professions. Here are a few of the highlights for Streetsblog readers.
What does #defundthepolice really mean for road safety — in the broadest sense of that term?
Kristen Jeffers, the founder and editor-in-chief at the The Black Urbanist, talks to Streetsblog about how land use, planning and transportation systems don't often center black, queer, and feminist voices. And should.