Presented by bcWORKSHOP and DFW NOMA

 

The Design Justice Book Club continues the conversation from the 2020 Place Setting Book Club series that asked how we envision and create radically inclusive places that facilitate and support equitable communities.

Join this free book club for one or all four discussions reviewing books that highlight how architects, designers, and planners can foster universal inclusion and fairness in the built environment within the places and communities we impact, both locally and globally.

The first discussion will review Hip Hop Architecture by Sekou Cooke on April 6, in person at AD EX.

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