Episode 2: Planning’s Racism Problem

Does urban planning have a racism problem?

Joy Alise Davis hosts a conversation with Dr. Marisa Zapata and Dr. Lisa Bates about racism, equity, and the role—past, present, and possible—of urban planning.

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