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City-Building in an Age of Hyper-Diversity

Subdivided by Jay Pitter
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Using Toronto as a case study, Subdivided asks how cities would function if decision-makers genuinely accounted for race, ethnicity, and class when confronting issues such as housing, policing, labor markets, and public space. With essays contributed by an array of city-builders, it proposes solutions for fully inclusive communities that respond to the complexities of a global city.

Jay Pitter is a writer and professor based in Toronto. She holds a Masters in Environmental Studies from York University.

John Lorinc is a Toronto-based journalist who writes about urban affairs, politics, and business. He co-edited The Ward: The Life and Loss of Toronto's First Immigrant Neighbourhood (Coach House, 2015).

Coach House Books; May 2016
200 pages; ISBN 9781770564435
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Title: Subdivided
Author: Jay Pitter; John Lorinc