A struggle to be heard

December 17, 2010

This video podcast from Public Health Law and Policy features local residents recalling the controversial history of redevelopment in west Oakland, where eminent domain abuse by public agencies in the 1950s and 60s resulted in the demolition of entire neighborhoods. The podcast also showcases a recent effort in Oakland in which the local redevelopment agency supported a community-led project to bring healthy food to the neighborhood.

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