Advocacy and Community Planning
Tuesday, Nov 14, 2006
Advocacy planning began in the 1960’s when urban planners joined the civil rights movement to fight community displacement. Today’s advocates for social & environmental justice work in a broad array of disciplines. Hunter College Center for Community Planning Development’s inaugural forum features Professor Tom Angotti, Univesrsity of Mass.-Boston community planning Professor Marie Kennedy (emeritus), and Los Angeles Mayor’s associate director for the environment Romel Pascual. Pratt Institute Professor Ron Shiffman & NYC Environmental Justice Alliance co-chair Elizabeth Yeampierre are responders.
Date: Tuesday, November 14, 2006, 5 pm (doors open at 4:30)
Location: Hunter College School of Social Work, 129 E 79th Street, Room 1010