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Does Planning Care About Black Lives

Aug 3
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Aug 3, 2020
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Taken directly from our general session at the recent Walk/Bike/Places 2020 Online conference, this panel features a discussion about the ways in which planning has contributed greatly to entrenching inequality, and how often public process has only served to reinforce existing power structures.

Presenters

Olatunji Oboi Reed, CEO, Equiticity & Co-Founder, Slow Roll Chicago
Dr. Destiny Thomas
, Founder and CEO, Thrivance Group
Commissioner Mitchell Silver
, NYC Parks Department

Moderated by: Robin Abad Ocubillo, Senior Planner/Urban Designer, San Francisco Planning Department

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