UC Berkeley Study: Gentrification Crisis is "Not Yet Half Over"

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A team of University of California, Berkeley researchers has more bad news about rising prices in the Bay Area: We're not halfway through the gentrification and displacement we're likely to experience. That's according to the Urban Displacement Project, which released an interactive map showing the areas most vulnerable to forces that drive low-income residents out. We talk about the neighborhoods at the highest -- and lowest -- risk of continued gentrification.


Miriam Zuk, project director at the Urban Displacement Project and senior researcher at University of California, Berkeley

Dan Brekke, blogger and online editor, KQED