“FIRST GENERATION AFRICAN AMERICAN PLANNERS AND THE CITY”
ARC SEMINAR PRESENTATION WITH
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR of URBAN PLANNING
and ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29
4:00 – 5:30
Urban Planning in the U.S. emerged during progressive era. However, it was decades later before the first African American earned the professional degree in the discipline. Since then, the number of African American planners has remained small relative to the percentage of the U.S. Black population. Based upon research in progress, this presentation highlights the experiences of the African American planner and their efforts towards racial inclusion, social justice, and diversity through affinity groups.
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