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Published since 2000, Dwell focuses primarily on architecture and product design, as exemplified by the magazine's tagline, "At home in the modern world." However, the magazine's editors calls themselves "nice Modernists", and often publish articles that explore the intersection of architecture and planning.
Canadian magazine explores the joys and obstacles of today's urban landscape, focusing on building healthy, sustainable, and vibrant cities. Each issue of Spacing presents ideas from the city's emerging city builders, writers, and public space advocates.
Self-described as a "collaboration of people, businesses and nonprofits pushing the world forward," Good's 'live well and do good' ethos comes through in the tone and selection of articles in the magazine.
Metropolis examines contemporary life through design - architecture, interior design, product design, graphic design, crafts, planning, and preservation. Subjects range from the sprawling urban environment to intimate living spaces to small objects of everyday use.
Progressive Planning is published by the Planners Network, an association of professionals, activists, academics, and students involved in physical, social, economic, and environmental planning, and who advocate change in political and economic systems.
Blogs and Sites
An urbanist explains gentrification. Make sure to also check out the links and books, videos, roundtables and interactive maps.
Center for Community Change
This private, non-profit organization is committed to reducing poverty and rebuilding low-income communities. Visit their website to find out more about their programs and initiatives to help grassroots organizations and other community-based organizations around the country.
In an effort to counter the polarizing effects of debates over gentrification, PolicyLink expands the discussion to focus on equitable development, examining the most successful strategies developed in communities around the country.
Use the search function to find articles about gentrification, urban planning, urban modernity and much more.
National housing Institute
NHI examines the issues causing the crisis in housing and community in America and publishes their findings in their bi-monthly magazine, Shelterforce, which is available on their website.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
HUD is the primary government agency responsible for creating opportunities for homeownership, providing assistance for low-income persons and communities. Their website provides a wealth of resources for citizens including houses-for-sale listings (their most popular page), streaming training videos and many other resources in English and Spanish.
Art Activism on Cultural Politics
Resources and links on art activism.