10 thoughts on “New York City economic apartheid

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  6. Ah the “poor door” controversy…I know about this all too well, as its been in news recently. Ans some local legislatures are trying to pass a bill to make “rent status” a protected class like race or gender.


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  9. Human Rights.
    This caused quite an uproar on Fbook

    Worcester and elswhere, South Africa.
    (Restricted areas, ‘white zones’ like in old racist South Africa)
    [very much like the limitation of movement in Madison and Ferguson, USA].

    1) “We still use the ‘Dompas’ ”


    2) “Carrying Apartheid’s book.”(dompas)
    permission [ . . ] to be in a particular part of the country,




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