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Walkout 101: It’s been a long time since U.S. students mobilized like they did for Wednesday’s walkout against gun violence, but the scenes were drawing on a powerful history of student-led protest. Fifty years ago, for example, Los Angeles students staged a walkout to demand better treatment of Latino students in their school district. While students across the U.S. were commemorating the Parkland shooting, CityLab’s Teresa Mathew spoke with an activist who was just 17 years old when she helped organize a movement that spread across the city:
“Once the walkouts began, the so-called grownups realized we had taken on issues and actions that they should have been dealing with all along.”
Also: CityLab’s Alastair Boone was out on the scene yesterday to speak with the high school students who came to protest in front of U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
Cities make great settings for video games, from SimCity to Grand Theft Auto. And now Google wants to play. The search giant is integrating its Google Maps API with the video game engine Unity to bring games into the real world. It will turn the 100 million 3D buildings, roads, landmarks, and parks into game objects that developers can toy around with by adding texture, style, and customization. Now Pokemon Go won’t have a monopoly on games that stroll city blocks. (h/t Fast Company)
Philadelphia’s new top prosecutor is rolling out unprecedented reforms (Slate)
An avocado toast dream home Instagram for millennials (Curbed)
Tehran’s mayor watched a dance recital. Now he’s no longer mayor (New York Times)
The National Forests of the future need to be in cities (Fast Company)
TIGER grants are Trump’s program now; most go to highways (Streetsblog)
The case against jaywalking laws (New Republic)
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