Green or Red: Thriving or Declining Neighborhoods / Dr. Jason Reece
What factors helped Bexley become a prosperous inner-ring suburb? How did Columbus's geography of opportunity change over time? Jason Reece, Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning at the Knowlton School of Architecture, discusses the history and impact of factors such as housing discrimination and credit access behind Bexley's development and the development of other Columbus neighborhoods.
Dr. Jason Reece, assistant professor of city and regional planning at the Knowlton School of Architecture at OSU, discusses the history of housing discrimination both in Columbus and the U.S. as a whole. Learn how factors such as redlining, restrictive covenants, and highway construction resulted in unequal development and shaped the neighborhoods we see today.
Health and City Design: A Conversation with Jason Reece
In this episode, Dan Skinner (@danielrskinner) talks with OSU/Knowlton School professor of city and regional planning, Jason Reece (@JasonReece18) about the relationship between city design and health, disparity, trauma, and exciting research that's seeking to move the needle in places that have historically been left behind. Plus, a news round up. Visit wcbe.org for show notes.
Jason Reece and I talk about life stuff and being an entrepreneur. Jason shares how he bounced back after almost losing everything. This is a powerful and worth listening to.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/headycoleman/support
Unwound - 'Fake Train' - 1993. Drawn to the artsy, do-it-yourself punk community growing in Olympia, Washington at the beginning of the 90s, Jason Reece would find himself sharing stages and values with many of the people that would go on to make the Pacific Northwest a cultural landmark in music. Out of this scene, one of the most distinctive bands to emerge was Unwound, whose 1993 'Fake Train' was the first album of music to appear on Kill Rock Stars, the label that would become archetypical of the creative, independent spirit of Olympia. Between swirling passages that roamed between discord and beauty, 'Fake Train' spoke of the boundaries that punk rock was ready to push at and then shatter: for Jason it sowed a seed that would later flower in Austin in the form of his band ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead.Music played: Unwound - 'Dragnalus', 'Kantina', 'Pure Pain Sugar'. About the record: Wikipedia - Spotify - iTunes - AV Club: Why Unwound is the best band of the 90s - The Unwound Archive / Podcast: Subscribe - Listen on iTunes - Listen on Stitcher