On The Coast | Mar 20, 2013 | 8:18

Anti-gentrification protests legitimate but sometimes misplaced, says SFU Professor

Anti-gentrification vandals smashed the windows of Famoso Pizzeria on Commercial Drive for the third time in six months. CBC’s Matthew Lazin-Ryder speaks to SFU English professor Clint Burnham about the cultural aspects of gentrification.

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