| By Kevin C. Brown |

Nov. 9, 2010 — Rhonda Williams, associate professor of history and director of the Social Justice Institute at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, as well as the author of “The Politics of Public Housing: Black Women’s Struggles Against Urban Inequality,” discusses public housing policy in Baltimore since the 1930s. Williams suggests that this urban space became a center of debate over the meaning of race, equality, and citizenship in the U.S.

Note: The above dateline refers to this interview’s original airdate on WRCT-Pittsburgh. It was uploaded unchanged to Remapping Debate in June 2013.

Author photograph credit: Aaron Cantrell Photography (Kalamazoo, Mich.).


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