Equity and Urban Planning – Engage Those Most Directly Affected by Inequities
November 13, 2015
By: Cynthia Silva Parker, Interaction Institute for Social Change
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This blog post shares the second lesson from the Interaction Institute for Social Change and Horsley Witten Group’s effort to weave social equity into the RhodeMap RI regional planning process. It emphasizes the importance of meaningfully engaging marginalized groups and building capacity for future participation. It also includes a video.