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GOD BE LIKE: HOE

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HOES BE LIKE: ONLY GOD CAN JUDGE ME

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1 week ago
Ballad of the Middle Child

Mom: Who did this?!

Oldest: I didn’t do it.

Youngest: I didn’t do it.

Middle: I didn’t do it, but I’ll probably get blamed since one of my siblings forgot they did this (or is lying) and they’ll collectively decide it was me. But if you guys can forget, maybe there’s a .001% chance I forgot since we’re all flawed as humans. Let me try and fix this though. I should probably be more careful. Sorry guys.

1 week ago
Lucifer Swag.

Lucifer Swag.

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It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.

Jiddu Krishnamurti

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Gentrifiers focus on aesthetics, not people. Because people, to them, are aesthetics.

Proponents of gentrification will vouch for its benevolence by noting it “cleaned up the neighbourhood”. This is often code for a literal white-washing. The problems that existed in the neighbourhood - poverty, lack of opportunity, struggling populations denied city services - did not go away. They were simply priced out to a new location.

That new location is often an impoverished suburb, which lacks the glamour to make it the object of future renewal efforts. There is no history to attract preservationists because there is nothing in poor suburbs viewed as worth preserving, including the futures of the people forced to live in them. This is blight without beauty, ruin without romance: payday loan stores, dollar stores, unassuming homes and unpaid bills. In the suburbs, poverty looks banal and is overlooked.

In cities, gentrifiers have the political clout - and accompanying racial privilege - to reallocate resources and repair infrastructure. The neighbourhood is “cleaned up” through the removal of its residents. Gentrifiers can then bask in “urban life” - the storied history, the selective nostalgia, the carefully sprinkled grit - while avoiding responsibility to those they displaced.

Sarah Kendzior - The peril of hipster economics (x)

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