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Your Call: How can a city develop without displacing longtime residents?
On today's Your Call we’ll have a conversation about how development is changing the socioeconomic makeup of cities across Northern California. This topic is the subject of a recent report that tells the stories of a changing Oakland where lower income residents are being pushed out. How can cities grow and thrive without squeezing out many of the people who live there? And how is your city changing? Join the conversation on the next Your Call with Rose Aguilar and You.
Sarah Karlinsky, deputy director at SPUR
Maria Zamudio, San Francisco housing rights organizer with Causa Justa :: Just Cause
David Chiu, San Francisco city supervisor
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