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“Gentrification is one of those words in constant circulation these days, not only in DC but also in New York and Im sure many other cities throughout the country.”
“The song, "Gentrification," is in part about how high rents in Washington, D.C. have pushed out more and more poor and middle-class residents into the suburbs.”
“(Soundbite of song, "Gentrification") ODDISEE: (Singing) Starbucks here and a Starbucks there.”
“Gentrification" is just a term racist haters like Nate use for the expression: "we don't want no white folks with jobs living in our slum reminding us about what a lazy bunch of alcohol and drug addicted no accounts we are.”
“Andrej Holm, author of a blog entitled "Gentrification", believes a substantial number are from the so-called "inheritance generation" and can buy into Berlin's new chi-chi neighbourhoods by selling family property in the affluent south west.”
“His feelings about the changes are the subject of his track, "Gentrification," which includes rappers X.O. and YU, his Diamond”
“Gentrification," Baver says with Rinaldi lingering in the background.”
“( "'Gentrification' is a current word," he told me.”
“Gentrification and foreign businesses are muscling in, and these newcomers don't cotton to having street toughs hanging around their fancy new amusement parks, even if they're only 10 years old and can scramble around buildings like Cow Yun-Fat in Crouching Tiger.”
“Gentrification, for example, has made its mark in Cafe Havana which entertains a buoyant crowd into the early hours.”
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