Work Cited

Gentrification Annotated Works Cited Beyer, Scott. “San Francisco NIMBYs Reach New Low With Anti-Arena Stance.” Forbes. Forbes Magazine, 1 May 2015. Web. 18 Jan. 2016. This article talked about the possibility of a new Warriors arena in San Francisco. it told us how many people opposed one location near pier 30 but when moved to…

It’s Not Gentrification, It’s Urban Development

By Nyah Herbert One of the more powerful arguments being made about modern gentrification is that by improving urban areas, everyone benefits. While some believe urban renewal can be described as “gentrification”  this is a more negative connotation for what others would describe as general improvement, calling it re-development. Overall there is compelling evidence that…

Gentrification or Fear of Change

By Stella Burke Whether you use the term “gentrification” or “urban renewal” many people are more than displeased by the idea of change. It does not matter the intention when one mentions an idea of change to people who are set in their ways, they will revolt– this itself is a common stance by someone…

Gentrification and its Negative Impacts

By Yesenia Ortega-Valencia Gentrification has been happening throughout the past century and is on the rise recently especially in highly coveted urban areas. A substantial group of people believe gentrification is a problem because of the displacement of longtime residents and the related ethical questions that arise when people are forced to move because of…

An Education In Gentrification

Artist’s Statement By Stella Burke, TJ Leon, Nyah Herbert, Yesenia Ortega-Valencia, Triroje Rathaloengsak This following project is focuses on Gentrification. While Gentrification is the process that happens when a neighborhood’s rent increases because the area becomes more ideal to the upper middle class who inflate the rent, leading to the displacement of people who can…