SINK Episode 5::Radical Shift
In the final installment of our exploration of Subsidence and Evictions, we delve into economic and political strategies to address the realities facing the land and people of New Orleans.
Do we lift houses to mitigate flood damage? What could replace the current landlord/tenant system for rental housing? From the systemic to the practical, my guests challenge us to expand our sense of what is and is not possible.
Helping us bring this series home are Austin Feldbaum, the Hazard Mitigation Coordinator for the City of New Orleans; Kate Scott, a landlord and housing justice advocate; and Aron Chang, an urban planner and climate educator.
Music in this episode is by Circus Marcus.
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This series was produced by Marie Lovejoy for Antenna with editorial support by Shea Shackleford. Thank you for listening with us.