The Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP) is a Brooklyn-based nonprofit organization that uses the power of art and visual culture to increase the quality of public participation in urban planning and community design. CUP collaborates with designers, educators, advocates, and community residents on educational projects to improve urban life in New York City and beyond. CUP projects begin with questions about how cities work: Who built public housing? Why are neighborhoods declared blighted? What are street vendors’ rights? Collaborators use a research-based, design driven process to create inventive tools for community participation and change.

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What Is Affordable Housing? NYC Edition

Copyright © 2009 The Center for Urban Pedagogy. All rights reserved Published by The Center for Urban Pedagogy, 232 Third Street #B402B, Brooklyn, NY 11215, “What Is Affordable Housing?” is a guidebook from the Envisioning Development Toolkit. Written and edited by Rosten Woo and John Mangin Developed by Rosten Woo, Margot Walker, and John Mangin, Designed by MTWTF, Glen Cummings, Aliza Dzik, Dylan Fracaretta, and Joshua Hearn Photographs by Anthony Hamboussi

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