Introducing the Black Gentrifier: An Emerging Social Anomaly by M. Pitter

Streaming in popular discourse has been the phenomenon of gentrification in which it appears mostly that young, open-minded, aesthetic-seeking white people move into low-income neighborhoods eventually causing the rent prices of these neighborhoods to rise and the blacks and Latinos who had lived in these hitherto-low-income neighborhoods can no longer afford to live there. Soon,… Read More Introducing the Black Gentrifier: An Emerging Social Anomaly by M. Pitter

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Correlations between Heat and Hostility by M.Pitter

In Act I Scene I of William Shakespeare’s Henry IV, the Earl of Westmoreland reckoned that the cause of the recent violence was due to the hot climate of the summer season. In Shakespeare’s famously enigmatic syntax, Westmoreland reflects and reasons: “On Holy-rood day, the gallant Hotspur there, Young Harry Percy and brave Archibald, That… Read More Correlations between Heat and Hostility by M.Pitter

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