Building a humane city should start from the premise that every person deserves a decent place to live. And the only way to accomplish that is through collective action, carried out by working-class movements.
Alexis Zanghi is a writer living in Minneapolis.
Amanda Huron’s new book grounds the romantic notion of urban commons in the everyday struggles of working people.
Tenants in Minneapolis are organizing for a practice with a long and varied history: rent control.