Some Observations on Race in Planning
Journal of the American Planning Association, 60(2): 235-240, 1994
By: American Planning Association, Robert MierReport a broken link
This article includes anecdotes about working with Mayor Harold Washington of Chicago, demonstrating the importance of equity as a clearly stated political priority. It problematizes the tendency for urban problems to be addressed in a way that reinforces “separate but equal” philosophies and shares lessons learned from a career in equity planning.