Kojo speaks with Arlington Board Chair Katie Cristol about the Amazon HQ2 effect and D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine about his probe into the local Catholic Church and his office's legal challenges against the Trump administration.
Has Washington gone from “Chocolate City” to “Cappuccino City?” American University professor spent more than half a decade studying the neighborhood changes along the U St. NW corridor and in Shaw – places that are emblematic of the rapid transformation that’s swept through so much of Washington during the past two decades. Kojo chats with Hyra in front of an audience right in the middle of one of the neighborhoods he spent so much time studying for his new book, “Race, Class And Politics In The Cappuccino City.”
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- Derek Hyra Associate Professor, Department of Public Administration and Policy, American University; Director, Metropolitan Policy Center, American University; Author, " Capital Dilemma: Growth and Inequality in Washington, D.C.;" "Race, Class, and Politics in the Cappuccino City"; @DerekHyra
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