50 years on from Lefebvre's The Right to the City we ask, who is the city for? This free ebook report includes contributions from Anna Minton, Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi, David Adler, Huw Lemmey, and more.
In 1738, radical abolitionist and Quaker dwarf Benjamin Lay was disowned by the Quaker community. He was well known for his uncompromising and confrontational stance against slavery and his commitment to convince his fellow Quakers to completely denounce and abolish it. Nearly three hundred years later, history is finally looking up for Lay.