How Cities Use Design to Drive Homeless People Away
Robert Rosenberger, an assistant professor of philosophy in the School of Public Policy has written an opinion piece for The Atlantic about how cities develop unique ways to discourage the homeless from sleeping in public.
In London, metal spikes have been poured into concrete outside buildings. It didn't take long for protestors to complain. As Rosenberger explains, the spikes are just the latest tactic used in cities. Many of the others are very common, but you might not realize they are there.
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