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  1. #1 UCLA Professors Blame Number of Cars in Los Angeles for Social Injustices 
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    UCLA professors are now blaming the number of cars in Los Angeles for the “structures of privilege” that exist in American society.

    A summer course at UCLA taught by Professors Todd Presner and Dana Cuff will examine how “car culture” contributes to “spatial injustice.”

    Professor Presner refused to give a comment to online campus watchdog site Campus Reform but told reporter Toni Airaksinen to refer to Edward Soja’s definition of “spatial injustice.” According to Soja, “spatial injustice” is defined as the “production of unjust geographies and spatial structures of privilege” within urban cities, which he argues is often exacerbated “by racism, patriarchy, heterosexual bias.”

    According to the syllabus, the course will “address topics related to unequal representation in film, including whitewashing, problematic depictions of individuals of specific races and gender, and stereotyping
    http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/0...al-injustices/
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    More commie Da Vinci crap again.

    Edgar Chambless concocted the 'Roadtown' concept in England, about 107 years ago. It was on the drawing-board until 1936, when everybody gave-up on it.

    Talk about dividing cities from rural-communities. We'd physically have 2 America's. Ridiculous.
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