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Condos will go up in the area left devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
Actor calls his Bamboozled director a "s*** stain."
During a talk for Black History Month at Pratt Institute, a Brooklyn college, Tuesday night, Spike Lee went off on an audience member about gentrification in New York City.
Gentrification poses mental health consequences for residents of color, plus more health news.
Filmmaker pens open letter after NYT calls him a hypocrite.
Gentrification is changing America's most famous African-American community.
London, Boston, Berlin, Atlanta and Cape Town are a few of the major cities that have undergone major cultural and socioeconomic transformations due to gentrification.
But as modern dwellings crop up, there are fears that the city's dwindling population of African-Americans will not be able to afford the neighborhood that writer James Baldwin once called "the San Francisco America pretends does not exist."
The Cesar Chavez actress on prejudice, gentrification and her new film.
The Chi-Raq filmmaker makes us mad as hell.