What can an ordinary street tell us about modern diversity?
In the video What can an ordinary street tell us about modern diversity? produced by a partnership between the London School of Economics (LSE) and Migration Matters, Suzi Hall, an architect-ethnographer and director of the LSE Cities program – who studies the inner workings of multiethnic streets in five British cities – talks about how a super diverse street in South London, Peckham’s Rye Lane, where owners from more than 20 countries manage their businesses, shapes a city.
Ordinary places, situations, people and lives, and how they can produce/maintenance cultural and urban diversity, are some of the topics covered throughout the video.
LSE & Migration Matters