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BUILDING EQUITY: SPACE, PLACE, AND RACE
Right now our cities and the way we perceive them are being altered by two pandemics: Covid-19 and systemic racism.

Building Equity: Space, Place, and Race, hosted by Cal Poly L.A. Metro Program in Architecture and Urban Design, takes place this Thursday afternoon. DnA’s Frances Anderton and NOMA's (National Organization of Minority Architects) Eletrice Harris will moderate a conversation.

Topics include: How Covid-19 is reshaping the future of home, office and urban form; and how the coronavirus and the murder of George Floyd -- and the subsequent global protests -- expose the unequal access experienced by African-Americans to justice, jobs, healthcare -- and healthful environments.

Panel discussion with Angela Brooks (Brooks + Scarpa); Lance Collins (President SoCalNOMA (National Organization of Minority Architects), Partner Energy); Alvin Huang (Graduate Chair/USC, SDA, NOMA); Roger Sherman (Gensler); Lance Simon (Egan/Simon, NOMA).

Organized by Frances Anderton (KCRW DnA); Eletrice Harris (Vice President, SoCalNOMA); and Stephen Phillips (Cal Poly LA Metro Program).

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