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  1. Sep 2016
    1. Manny’s, this relationship is an understanding of outsiders’ reactions to urban places.

      This is related to our built environment project. It's similar to how we discuss the relationships between sentences and the meanings these connections have, as well as the events and people who have impacted an area.

    2. relationship between concentration on space and search for social justice.

      This makes me think of both the relationship between sentences and how those relationships from meeting, and Schindler's paper on architecture.

    3. Paris riots of May 1968
    4. mages dictate what people desire to have

      This is a reflection of the power of advertisement. People decide what they need based on the portrayal of material objects in media.

    1. At the most general level, it is not controversial among planning and geography scholars to assert that the built environment often is constructed in a way that furthers political goals.

      This is similar to how politicians "gerrymander" districts. Gerrymandering is when politicians cut out their own districts to decide which residence get to vote for them.

    2. People used the law by passing ordinances saying that certain individuals could not access certain locations.

      This is a reference to the Supreme Court case Plessy v. Ferguson, in which an African American man was not allowed to sit in a train car that was designated for caucasians. This case created the phrase "separate but equal" which was later overturned by Brown v. Board of Education. Plessy v. Ferguson :https://www.oyez.org/cases/1850-1900/163us537