Des villes plus égalitaires après la pandémie

Emergency responses to coronavirus have shown that rapid change is possible. In neighbourhoods across the world, mutual aid networks have sprung up to coordinate everything from grocery shopping to rent strikes. Some cities acted swiftly to house the homeless, halt evictions, adjust traffic patterns and provide necessary health care. The reaction to the pandemic shows that the structures sustaining the unequal city are movable – and can be altered faster than had been assumed.

Source: Our cities only serve the wealthy. Coronavirus could change that | David Madden | Opinion | The Guardian

15 juin 2020

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