If these row homes could talk: W.E.B. DuBois, the Philadelphia Negro, and political agency -- A tale of two banks: economic collapse and neighborhood change -- The night the roof caved in: tragedy in the Black seventh ward and the rise of racialized public housing -- Philadelphia's Mason-Dixon line: urban renewal and the crosstown expressway battle -- Philadelphia's Black Belt: post-civil rights Philadelphia, Black politics, and urban change -- Flash (mobs) forward: Black citymakers and urban change
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