Thu, Feb 18 | Zoom

Building an Equitable Firm: Social Justice History in the American Built Environment

In recognition of Black History Month, the EDI Forum Series continues with a look at Social Justice History and how historic inequities in land use policies and practices have shaped our current world. 1 HSW.
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Building an Equitable Firm: Social Justice History in the American Built Environment

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Feb 18, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Zoom

About The Event

In recognition of Black History Month, the EDI Forum Series continues with a look at Social Justice History and how historic inequities in land use policies and practices have shaped our current world. Shan-Estelle Brown, PhD, assistant professor of anthropology and co-coordinator of the Global Health Program at Rollins College will provide an introduction to her work in community-engaged research. This will be followed by a discussion on historic government practices, policies such as black laws, Jim Crow laws, organized domestic terrorism, have impacted African-Americans. We will also explore the role of architects in furthering the cause of social justice through practice.

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