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Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

John Joseph Guenther, AICP

Presents robust challenges for the planning profession and the need to anticipate the underserved, and some planning practices that can lead to marginalization.
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Reed Huegerich, AICP

The presentation was a little dry and dragged on a bit longer than necessary, but the examples were interesting, especially in California. The YouTube recording of the presentation was very low quality.
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Albert W. Ricciardi

Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Laurence F. Fronk, Jr., AICP

Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Micah Gilliom, AICP

The session was very informative and was a more interesting subject matter than most usual ethics topics.
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

J. Antonio Fabre, AICP

Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Louis A. Merlin, AICP

Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Alaina D. Ray, AICP

Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Daniel Lewis Olson, AICP

Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Danna M. Widmar, AICP

Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Jessica Sisco, AICP

Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Gary G. Hamer, AICP

Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Geoffrey Baskir, AICP

The case studies, involving the influence of plans for transit in Minneapolis and the efforts to get policymakers to focus attention on neglected unincorporated communities that are often pockets of poverty in California, provide a good introduction to the PolicyLink initiative. "Stops for us" was able to convince transit planners to provide stops that served traditionally underserved neighborhoods through its efforts to gain attention to the community. Comunity advocates in California are using their influence at a local level to initiate policy changes that can spread nationwide. The end result benefits communities that are often overlooked.
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Christina M. Hummel, AICP

Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Frank O. Miller, AICP

I enjoyed this session. I appreciated the two case studies, because they brought real life examples of the issues to the discussion.
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Mark A. Mourey, AICP

Very good.
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Tony Sylvester, AICP

Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Brandy Howe, AICP

I viewed this webcast via this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ka5eDMv0W4g&feature=youtu.be
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Britton N. Wilson, AICP

good quality youtube video
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Douglas K. Zang, AICP

Not a whole lot of "ethics" in this presentation. Presentations not very interesting. Technical glitches.