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Henry Louis Taylor, Jr.

Director- Center for Urban Studies, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University at Buffalo SUNY

Henry Taylor received his Ph.D. in urban history from the University at Buffalo. His research and teaching areas include urban management, neighborhood planning and regional development, race class and gender issues in planning, community development, American urban history, and African-American history. Publications include: Race and the City: Work, Community, and Protest in Cincinnati, 1820-1970; and African Americans and the Rise of Buffalo’s Post Industrial City.

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