In this episode, Daily Chela founder Brandon Loran Maxwell speaks with Chicano Studies professor Erualdo R. González, who specializes in Urban and Regional Planning. In addition, Kimberly Miranda, who is currently researching gentrification and rent control, also joins the show. Topics include gentrification, transportation, urban planning, Chicano murals, lowriding, and working class culture, among other things.
About the author
Brandon Loran Maxwell
Brandon Loran Maxwell is a writer, speaker, and prize winning essayist. His writings have been cited at the U.S. Supreme Court, The Los Angeles Times, Vox, and The Washington Post. In addition, his writings have been published at The Hill, Salon, Townhall, The Washington Examiner, The Oregonian, and the Foundation For Economic Education, among others. He regularly speaks on various social topics. His personal essay "Notes From An American Prisoner" was awarded a Writer's Digest prize in 2014. He holds a B.S. in political science, and writes about politics and culture.