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In December's issue of Planning, look ahead to the future of planning through diverse youth — exposing them to planning creates engaged and empowered community members. Discover how small towns are revitalizing downtowns by increasing the town's overall walkability. Five years after the Flint water crisis began, its residents have experienced illness, fear, and distrust — Flint is working to regain its community's confidence.
Exposing diverse youth to planning helps them become empowered community members — and potentially, future planners. Story by Juell Stewart.
Small towns are using rural residents' love of walking to revitalize their downtowns, writes Jay Walljasper.
Five years after its infamous water crisis began, Flint is working to regain its community's confidence. Madeline Bodin reports.
Web-only article: Hip Hop Architecture Camp introduced middle and high school students to architecture, urban planning, creative placemaking, and economic development.
News & Departments
A guest column by an APA Foundation scholarship recipient.
Latino and Planning Division webinars, APA calls for urgent EDI efforts.
Scenario planning, kudos.
Wildfire risk, Great Lakes, housing first.
Climate and parking regulations.
A bimonthly department aimed at planning commissioners. Edited by Kimberley Jacques.
Reid Ewing quantifies post-disaster recovery.
Health, manufacturing, bicycle infrastructure.
Urban heat documentary, e-scooters report.
Housing is a human right.
Cover: Fine Art/Alamy.
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