Register now for the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies’ virtual symposium “In Pursuit of Equitable Development: Lessons from Washington, Detroit, and Boston.”
Executive Director Kimberly Driggins (Harvard Loeb Fellow ‘16) looks forward to a continued collaboration with the Graduate School of Design. On September 25, she will moderate a panel on the equitable development plan of Washington, DC’s 11th Street Bridge Park. Panelists will include:
- Vaughn Perry, Equitable Development Manager of Building Bridges Across the River
- Angie M. Gates, Director of District of Columbia, Office of Cable Television, Film, Music and Entertainment
- Sheldon Clark, Board Member of the Douglass Community Land Trust
This symposium is sponsored by the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies, Graduate School of Design Department of Urban Planning, and the Loeb Fellowship. For information on the rest of the virtual half-day symposium panels and registration details, visit the event page HERE.
Preserving housing affordability and promoting economic mobility in the DC-region
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