Israel Bayer and Street Roots: A Snowstorm, a tent city….

Here in US we have been struggling through the coldest winter in a lifetime. What is invisible to most of us while we scrape our cars, pay outrageous heat bills, and hope for summer is a that snow day for the school kids means potential deaths for those on the streets.
This is a pointed institutional analysis of the battle in downtown Portland around compassion, “livability” and the “rejuvenation” of downtown areas.

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3 thoughts on “Israel Bayer and Street Roots: A Snowstorm, a tent city….

  1. one of, if not the poorest counties in NY, and than the mother of all endowments sitting up above it all, that said come Spring would be worth a trip to see the gardens, gorges, and some world class asian art at their museum, plus ya know some classic sts folks kicking around.


  2. I have only been to Ithaca once since we moved here, but yes it does strike as a shi-shi place that doesn’t like to be challenged by the Real.


  3. do you know if there is still a tent-city squat down in Ithaca, Cornell is a castle on the hill if there ever was one…


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