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

John E. Peterson, AICP

Dr. Rubin and Ms Hairston did a good job of explaining a fairly nebulous Federally mandated concept through examples and case studies. It is clear that there are still lots of areas where this concept has not been grasped and the mandated policies have yet to be implemented.
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Stacy Ellis Hewitt, AICP

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

Philip Banea, AICP

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

Cory W. Wright, AICP

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

John H. Palm, AICP

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

Carmen G. Zappile, AICP

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

Jim Flesher, AICP

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

Heidi Shea Springer, AICP

I really enjoyed the case studies presented.
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Richard A. Viola, AICP

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

Jenny A. Brekhus, AICP

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

Scott R. Noel, AICP

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

Diane B. Xu, AICP

Often small and unincorporated communities are neglected by planning policies. This presentation brings this issue onto the table and addresses it based on the argument of providing equity and social justice. These communities may not be the places for planned and concentrated growth, but they need service and infrastructure that meet basic standards.
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Scott Smizik, AICP

Helpful that some chapters make the law and ethics credits available to those of us that are unable to travel to major cities to attend conferences.
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Jeffrey S. Raykes, AICP

As a planner that argues the importance of involving everyone as early and as often as possible, this session helped me form these arguments in better, more relevant ways for decision-makers responsible for planning processes.
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Charles G. Warnken, AICP

Good use of case studies with different but universal context and lessons. Interesting and instructive stories that illustrate ethics issues, the Green Line case study is a classic example of how grassroots action can alter, and fundamentally change, federal policy. The "lessons learned" sections are great.
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Burl E. Self, AICP

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

William Palmquist, AICP

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

Michael Segroves, AICP

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

Lara E. Bold, AICP

Really enjoyed this ethics presentation.
Ethics, Equity and Social Justice: Roles and Implications of Planners

Danielle A. Hautaniemi, AICP

I enjoyed the equity and social justice lens for the AICP ethics statement and planing practice. The speakers are engaging and very knowledgeable. I would have preferred more in-depth and place specific examples for the CA unincorporated places discussion. It had potential, but I didn't feel like I learned as much as I wanted to during that portion of the presentation.