Recovering Black Spaces: Black Women in Public Housing
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The Race and Public Space Working Group at NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge invites you to a virtual discussion on Black Women in Public Spaces featuring Dr. Akira Drake Rodriguez of University of Pennsylvania’s Weitzman School of Design and Dr. Alexandra Moffett-Bateau of John Jay College of Criminal Justice- City University of New York as we discuss the history, experiences, and movement work of Black women in public housing.
The theme this year for the Race and Public Space Working Group is Race, Scale, and Change. The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has placed in sharper relief the complexities of race, racism, space, and scale. This year, the Race and Public Space Working Group at the Institute for Public Knowledge will explore how topographies of inequality and scale shape how we think about what is but also what is possible.