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Ethics, Equity and Social Justice Roles and Implications of PlannersPlanning Webcast Series, September 2014by: Victor Rubin, Anita Hairston, AICPThis recorded webinar examines the responsibility of planners to work towards economic and social equity as outlined in the AICP Code of Ethics.
Introducing the National Equity AtlasDecember 2014by: Sarah Treuhaft, Justin ScogginsThis recorded webinar tours the National Equity Atlas, a data and policy resource developed by PolicyLink and the Program for Environmental and Regional Equity at University of Southern California.
Environmental Justice: A New Model for Planning in Underserved CommunitiesNovember 2014by: Charles Lee, Marva King, Mildred McClainThis recorded webinar explains how to incorporate environmental justice into municipal planning processes.
Pursuing Inclusive Growth | Daniel Burnham Forum on Big IdeasSeptember 2015by: Paul Jorgowsky, Renee Lewis Glover, Shelley PotichaThis recorded session considers how to achieve inclusive growth that addresses social equity and economic mobility.
The Just City: Equality, Social Justice and Growth | The New SchoolFebruary 2011by: Susan Fainstein, Chung-Wha Hong, Kenneth KnucklesThis recorded session features a lecture by Susan Fainstein, author of The Just City, followed by a panel discussion with policy and planning leaders from New York City.
Building Cities of Opportunity for All: Policy Solutions for Equitable Economic DevelopmentJanuary 2016by: Nan Whaley, Sly James, Muriel BowserThis recorded session features four mayors describing how to encourage equitable economic development through policy.
Equitable Development: Connecting All Communities to OpportunityNovember 2017by: Majestic Lane, Anne McCulloch, Trinh Huu NguyenThis recorded session features speakers from public and private agencies discussing equitable development.
Building Equitable CitiesOctober 2017by: Henry Cisneros, Janis Bowdler, Jeffrey LubellThis recorded session features real estate leaders speaking about equitable urban development.
Creating Healthy Neighborhoods: Community Planning to Overcome Injustice2013This self-paced course features videos and other resources that aim to empower residents to become social and environmental justice advocates.
A Call to Courage: An Open Letter to Canadian UrbanistsJune 2020by: Jay PitterThis article and online training encourages urbanists working in the Canadian context to respond to discussions of systemic oppression and anti-Black racism occurring across North America.
Inclusive Planning: Centering Community Voice in Equitable DevelopmentJune 2018by: Vaughn Perry, Tony DeFalco, Tracey RossThis recorded webinar points out strategies that can help engage residents in an equitable development process.
What Does Gentrification and Displacement Mean for Equitable Economic Development?May 2017by: Anita Cozart, Kalima Rose, Victor RubinThis recorded webinar discusses the impact of gentrification on low-income residents and communities of color and asks how to prevent displacement from gentrification.
Understanding Gentrification and Displacement The Path to Equitable DevelopmentMay 2019by: Paulina Lopez, Robin Schwartz, Chris SchlindtThis recorded webinar takes on the topic of environmental gentrification and considers what urban water practitioners can do to prevent displacement.
Different Neighborhoods, Different Needs: Tailoring Economic Development StrategiesJanuary 2019by: Chris Schildt, Tony To, Ubax GardheereThis recorded webinar describes what Seattle is doing to center racial equity in their planning and economic development practices.
Building Healthy, Equitable Communities2019This online training is designed for government and community leaders that want to address health equity at the local level.
New Data Tools for Supporting Analysis of Equitable Development & Environmental JusticePlanning Webcast Series, March 2016by: Sarah Treuhaft, Kevin OlpThis recorded webinar introduces two analytical tools related to environmental justice, EJSCREEN and the National Equity Atlas.
Webinar - Equitable Arts-Based Community DevelopmentMarch 2016by: Dee Schneidman, Jeremy Liu, Rebecca BerriosThis recorded webinar looks at how to pursue equitable arts and culture based economic development.
Planning Social Equity Through Infrastructure2015by: George HawkinsThis recorded lecture explores how to incorporate equity into big infrastructure projects.
Cities in the Time of COVID-19: How Do We Respond to Anti-Black Racism in Urbanist Practices and Conversations?June 2020This video contains a conversation between five Black urbanists discussing their experience with anti-Blackness, racism, and other issues in the field of urbanism.
Live Stream: Towards an Equitable Data-Driven Urbanism: Transforming Practice Via Data ScienceFebruary 2019by: Karen ChappleThis recorded session explores the opportunities and challenges of new technologies for understanding neighborhood change.
Building Better Futures: Innovations in Equitable DevelopmentFebruary 2019by: Oscar Perry, Chase Cantrell, Sam ButlerThis recorded conference features over 15 speakers examining the topic of equitable development in presentations and panel discussions.
Community Benefits Agreements and Organizing for Equitable DevelopmentOctober 2018by: Julian Gross, Jennifer Martinez, Jackie Paul SimsThis recorded webinar introduces community benefits agreements (CBAs) as a mechanism for ensuring equitable development.
Equitable Development: Back to Basics (Equitable Development Training Part 1)April 2019by: Adam Kent, Irfana Jetha Noorani, Vaughn PerryThis recorded webinar is the first in a series by America Walks and the 11th Street Bridge Park Project that discusses the practice of equitable development.
Introducing the National Equity Atlas Data and Policy ToolJune 2016by: Carla Thompson, Sarah Treuhaft, Angel RossThis recorded webinar introduces the National Equity Atlas, a tool developed by Policy Link and the USC Program for Environmental and Regional Equity.
Webinar - Creating Equitable Food Systems With the Healthy Food Financing InitiativeJune 2015by: Liberty Canzater, John Flory, Dave JohnsonThis recorded webinar considers the opportunities and challenges of the Healthy Food Financing Initiative.
Race & Social Equity: A Nervous Area of GovernmentOctober 2016by: Susan GoodenThis recorded lecture challenges public officials to change the way they approach racial equity.
Moving to Action: How Do We Respond to Anti-Black Racism in Urbanist Practices and Conversations?June 2020This video and online training is part two of an ongoing series of conversations between five Black urbanists discussing their experience with anti-Black racism and other issues in the field of urbanism.
Equitable Development: Social Equity by DesignMay 2018by: Carlton EleyThis recorded lecture looks at how to incorporate environmental justice into the planning process to practice more equitable development.
Diversity and Inclusion Training SeriesPlanning for diversity and inclusion requires intentional efforts to dismantle systems of oppression and advance liberation and self-determination. This course equips planners with concepts and skills to perform inclusive and equitable planning and work effectively in diverse communities.26-100 Learners Nonmember Group Price$60.0026 - 100 Learners Member Group Pricing$30.005-25 Learners Nonmember Group Price$68.005-25 Learners Member Group Pricing$34.001-4 Learners Nonmember Price$80.001-4 Learners Member Price$40.00
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