2 Responses to “St. Peter Claver, Gentrification and Black History”


  1. Philadelphia’s Pay-to-Play Culture and Historic Preservation | Tracking Change - September 7, 2016

    […] preservationists fight to save historic buildings (and here), Global Philadelphia/World Heritage PHL’s silence speaks volumes that historic preservation is a […]

  2. Boycott Denver’s ink! Coffee | Tracking Change - November 27, 2017

    […] money to pay for the sins — and crimes — of its priests, the Archdiocese wants to sell St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, the Mother Church of Philadelphia’s black […]

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