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In October's issue of Planning, learn how AI can help planners digitize the built environment, reimagine urban observations, and evaluate potential changes. Hispanic, Latino, Latina, or Latinx? An urban planning scholar offers eight ways to be more accurate and intentional in our language. A Detroit neighborhood continues to suffer from a century of land-use decisions that put economic development before public health — a researcher tracks the history of heavy industry wins and a Black community's losses.
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Cover: Memo Akten and Nexus Studios.