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2009 SUMMER LEGAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
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I just moved to New York City. I never thought I would be saying those words but that's the truth- I did just move to New York City, the Big Apple, the home of about 16 million people, the city with the most languages being spoken at any given moment in the U.S. I was about to call one of the trains I was getting on recently the yellow line, and someone said whatever you do- don't call it the yellow line because you're from DC and that's what they do there. I heard that and I thought about the last conversation I had about the train lines in DC.
Here is a repost of an article I wrote that was just published for WireTap Magazine about gentrification, race, young adults, and activism.
I'm currently working on an audio documentary about young folks & gentrification -- so if anybody wants to talk, shoot me an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or take part in the poll after the jump.
Strapped: Why America's 20 and 30 somethings can't get ahead.
Great book; I read it in about 3 days. And I'd recommend it to anyone, so for this blog post, it is my recommendation to you.
Read a free excerpt over at www.StrappedTheBook.com and then go buy it.