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Chester Hartman Book Talk (fwd)

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  • asha.weinstein@sjsu.edu
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      ----- Forwarded by Asha Weinstein/SJSU on 09/23/2002 03:45 PM -----


      >Dear planning friends,
      >
      >Please join Chester Hartman for a conversation about his new book, CITY
      >FOR SALE:  THE TRANSFORMATION OF SAN FRANCISCO.  Chester Hartman is
      >Executive Director of the Poverty & Race Research Action Council in
      >Washington, DC.  He is author of Between Eminence and Notoriety:  Four
      >Decades of Radical Urban Planning (2002) and is editor of Challenges to
      >Equality: Poverty & Race in America (2001) and Housing Issues of the 1990s
      >(1989).  He holds a PhD in city and regional planning from Harvard
      >University and has served on the faculty there as well as at Yale,
      >University of North Carolina, Cornell, Columbia, and the University of
      >California at Berkeley.  Chester Hartman is also a founder of one of my
      >favorite organizations, Planners Network, a group of progressive and
      >radical city planners and community activists:
      >http://www.plannersnetwork.org/
      >
      >Fernando Marti
      >Urban Ecology / Community Design Program
      >
      >
      >--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      >
      >Sun., 9/29, 2pm, DIESEL BOOKSTORE
      >     5433 College Ave., Oakland
      >
      >Tues., 10/1, 7:30pm, MODERN TIMES BOOKSTORE
      >     888 Valencia (20th St.), San Francisco
      >
      >Wed., 10/2, 7:30pm, INSTITUTE FOR INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
      >     2521 Channing Way (Telegraph), Director's Rm.; Berkeley
      >
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