Lethal Projectiles: Car Culture, Gun Violence, and Police Shootings

Matthew Lewis points out that departments of transportation and police departments are two of the least democratic institutions in American society right now– and are two of the biggest threats to public health.

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Best Nerds Studio, the UIC SISE Podcast, Launches After Six Years

On Sunday, I had the opportunity and privilege to co-host the inaugural podcast of the Summer Institute on Sustainability and

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Cadastral Projection: Exploration In The Time of the Rona

Cadastral Projection is a new series using the Matterport platform to catalogue and explore spaces.

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Dubuque’s Eagle Point Park: Alfred Caldwell’s Unsung Masterpiece

Nat tours Eagle Point Park with Dubuque city planner Chris Olson and Heritage Works’ Duane Hagerty.

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Blood on the Louis Vuitton: Is Looting In Chicago A Referendum On The Zeitgeist?

As Chicago struggles with an epidemic of gun violence, one Gold Coast resident is worried that a looting spree last night on the Magnificent Mile will be used as a pretext for violent crackdowns on the Black Lives Matter movement. This is clearly unrelated to Black Lives Matter. But are not both the looting and the civil rights movement loud referenda on the current state of class relations in America?

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