Tag: Social Justice

Learning the City: Developing New Networks of Understanding

Jonathan Banfill Angélica Becerra Jeannette Mundy In 2016, the borders that divide cities in California and Mexico (and even internally […]

Seeking Literary Justice: La Caja Mágica in Boyle Heights

Maricela Becerra Cat Callaghan Will Davis Grace Ko Benjamin Kolder Alejandro Ramirez Mendez It is two-thirty in the afternoon on […]

Hanging Out with Cyclists

Noam Shoked Editor’s Note: In 2014, architecture Professor Margaret Crawford and Associate Professor of Art Practice Anne Walsh taught the […]

The 43: Remembering Ayotzinapa

Maricela Becerra Lucy Seena K. Lin Gus Wendel Tragedy does strange things to our conception of proximity. Sometimes we can […]

Vol. 6, No. 3, Fall 2016

URBAN HUMANITY Read the latest from Boom California, Volume 6, Number 3, Fall 2016.  All articles from this issue are free […]

The Other LAPD

by Catherine Gudis Homeless and formerly incarcerated people making art in LA’s Skid Row From Boom Summer 2016, Vol 6, No 2 Based […]

Justice and Time

Before and after Oscar Grant. “The arc of the moral universe is long but it does not necessarily bend toward justice…”

The People’s Sidewalks

The movement to design wheelchair routes on the streets of Berkeley echoed the larger political spirit of the time. Bess Williamson discusses.

Architecture and Social Justice

David Serlin on bridging disability rights with the egalitarian and modernist principles of Universal Design.