Tuesday, April 11, 2006

More on Sao Paulo

In keeping with the themes in Caldeira's book and in class regarding segregation, I found this article on a rather extreme example of how the upper class in Sao Paulo have further managed to separate themselves from the lower classes:


Blogger Jing Jing said...

Rosedale under siege

The NOW magazine this week features an article about "the poor [storming] the gates of Rosedale". The article refers to Rosedale as a "rich fortress" but without much defense, except if you count neatly trimmed hedges. And so it seems that an uprising by the poor against un-fortified enclaves is taking place in our very own city. Walls to follow? I hope not.

4/13/2006 3:30 PM  

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