(Safe Space) [PDF DOWNLOAD] ê Christina B. Hanhardt

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Safe Space review ✓ 103 Ifty years She highlights the formation of a mainstream LGBT movement as well as the very different trajectories followed by radical LGBT and ueer grassroots organizations Placing LGBT activism in the context of shifting liberal and neoliberal policies Safe Space is a groundbreaking exploration of the contradictory legacies of the LGBT struggle for safety in the city. like 2 winread this book Kings Warrior (Renegade Lords #1) radical LGBT and ueer grassroots organizations Placing LGBT activism in the context of shifting liberal and neoliberal policies Safe Space is a groundbreaking exploration of the contradictory legacies of the LGBT struggle for safety in the city. like 2 winread this book

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Safe Space review ✓ 103 Since the 1970s a key goal of lesbian and gay activists has been protection against street violence especially in gay neighborhoods During the same time policymakers and private developers have declared the containment of urban violence to be a top priority In this important book Christina B Hanhardt examines how LGBT calls for safe space have been shaped by broader. Hanhardt argued that anti violence neighborhood organizing by white LGBT activists using politics of respectability to gain visibility helped push gentrification and backlash by ueer POC She looks to gay neighborhoods of Castro Center City and Tenderloin in San Francisco and West Village Piers and Greenwich Village in NYC in the years proceeding Stonewall and the decades since while concentrating on the safe street patrols antiviolence programs and access to privatepublic money and activism to recognize hate crimes in order to transform homosexuals from a criminal class to the perpetrators of violence being criminals These movements often targeted youth of color and attempted to clear out working class ueer people of color who lived within gay neighborhoods that had by the early 2000s achieved respectability While antigay law enforcement still occurred it tended to be against the most vulnerable uality of life campaigns tended to target sex workers and drug addicts calling for policing Key Themes and Concepts Militant gay liberalism put on the show of militant radicalism but often used regressive manners to achieve goals such as targeting youths of color FIERCE rose to argue against police capital and respectability Gay activists argued for visibility which put them at risk for violence However it also defined gayness as a white category and often erased working class people of color especially youth and sometimes lesbians and trans people Metronormative where standards of ideal neighborhood are applied to all places not eual in access Spatial fixes are gentrification and mass incarceration Threat of violence tends to be a moral bookend for struggles of upper middle class gay men as opposed to continuing existence for disclosed ueer poc Очаг на башне respectability to gain visibility helped push gentrification and backlash by ueer POC She looks to gay neighborhoods of Castro Center City and Tenderloin in San Francisco and West Village Piers and Greenwich Village in NYC in the years proceeding Stonewall and the decades since while concentrating on the safe street patrols antiviolence programs and access to privatepublic money and activism to Druids A History recognize hate crimes in order to transform homosexuals from a criminal class to the perpetrators of violence being criminals These movements often targeted youth of color and attempted to clear out working class ueer people of color who lived within gay neighborhoods that had by the early 2000s achieved The Mechanics' Institute Review: Issue 5 respectability While antigay law enforcement still occurred it tended to be against the most vulnerable uality of life campaigns tended to target sex workers and drug addicts calling for policing Key Themes and Concepts Militant gay liberalism put on the show of militant White Nights radicalism but often used Sammy Keyes and the Cold Hard Cash Sammy Keyes regressive manners to achieve goals such as targeting youths of color FIERCE The Weight of Ink rose to argue against police capital and The Unicorn in the Barn respectability Gay activists argued for visibility which put them at Fetch risk for violence However it also defined gayness as a white category and often erased working class people of color especially youth and sometimes lesbians and trans people Metronormative where standards of ideal neighborhood are applied to all places not eual in access Spatial fixes are gentrification and mass incarceration Threat of violence tends to be a moral bookend for struggles of upper middle class gay men as opposed to continuing existence for disclosed ueer poc

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Safe Space review ✓ 103 Public safety initiatives that have sought solutions in policing and privatization and have had devastating effects along race and class linesDrawing on extensive archival and ethnographic research in New York City and San Francisco Hanhardt traces the entwined histories of LGBT activism urban development and US policy in relation to poverty and crime over the past f. Solid scholarship with deeply perceptive insights Hanhardt deftly entangles strands often contradicting of ueer history urban studies and economic change Students in these areas will find her approach instructive That said the book was less compelling than I had hoped perhaps because I read it after I finished some personality driven narrative histories Hanhardt emphasizes the role of movements not individuals and while this approach give rewarding insights and combats unhelpful great men tendencies in historical scholarship it sometimes reads a bit dowdy


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  • Paperback
  • 344
  • Safe Space
  • Christina B. Hanhardt
  • English
  • 05 August 2018
  • 9780822354703