Changing Suburbs Drive Social Justice Movements
The leafy suburbs are changing on the outside, with shifting demographics of residents, and on the inside, with changing attitudes driving social justice movements.
Demonstrations this summer spread from downtown streets to otherwise tranquil town squares in Ohio and across the U.S.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we discuss shifting demographics at the root of social justice movements.
- Jennifer Clark, professor and head of the city and regional planning department, Ohio State University
- Dana McDaniel, city manager, Dublin
- Chris Shook, city attorney, Reynoldsburg
- Jasmine Ayres, community organizer, People’s Justice Project
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