• A public space is a place that’s open to the public. People are allowed to use and access these public places such as parks, roads, malls, beaches, etc. New York City has public spaces all around. We have c […]

  • New York City is in very high demand for a place to be living. Everyone who lives in New York City knows the struggle of paying for rent, and some can’t even make rent. People are moving out and getting r […]

  • Housing affordability is housing that meets the needs for families with low or moderate income. These families can meet the needs for food, clothes, entertainment, etc. Living in New York City, you can see so […]

    • So do you feel the comfortability of living around the same race has given the government better leverage to keep these people in the same race?

    • I love the points you are making in this post, and how you are relating to the crisis going on today in comparison to the past when Jim Crow laws were thriving. When it comes to your points about the Bronx, I see what you are saying because I am from the Bronx and the areas with more projects seem to be a certain race and only more diverse in the sense that there are more hispanics, and blacks. I believe that housing availability and affordability will still be a tough situation to fight through. How can we stop a divide if the country only continues to gentrify neighborhoods?

  • svoxakis commented on the page, on the site The Urban Inquirer 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    Globalization in my opinion is good for the world. it allows people and companies to come together and communicate for the goods that they need. When one country works alone, not a lot of work gets done within that country compared to working with other countries and nations. With things in America being made from different countries, we do pay…[Read more]

  • svoxakis commented on the page, on the site The Urban Inquirer 1 month, 3 weeks ago

    New York city is one of the cities that had such a vast growth rate in population. No one gives immigrants enough credit for “starting” the land that people live on today, and people should. Immigrants go through a lot to get where they want to be and settle with their hopes and dreams. With Ellis Island, it rally helped start New York because of…[Read more]

  • svoxakis commented on the page, on the site The Urban Inquirer 2 months, 1 week ago

    I agree with this post because if more people came together to hire more people at wealthy companies, then we have room to spend money on things to build the economy. I’m shocked that 1% of the US population is making 20% of the income out of all the people living. What about the other 99%? I hate how poverty is such a big factor and that 1& of…[Read more]

  • Walking all over Astoria wasnt as tiring as I thought since I had so many thoughts running through my mind.  I walked through Ditmars Blvd and Steinway street. They are both very busy streets with a lot of […]