Live, In-person Viewing of Engagement Techniques for Latino Communities Webinar

Join the APA-IL D/E/I Committee, with DePaul's Chaddick Institute, for a viewing of APA Latinos and Planning Division's Engagement Techniques for Latino Communities Webinar, networking, and discussion on 10/15.
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Live, In-person Viewing of Engagement Techniques for Latino Communities Webinar

Time & Location

Oct 15, 2019, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
DePaul University's Chaddick Institute, 14 E Jackson Blvd, 16th Floor, Chicago, IL 60604, USA

About The Event

Latino communities often take community development into their own hands with active placemaking often referred to as ‘Latino urbanism.’ This panel is about how planners can learn to tap into this energy to activate and engage Latinos in planning processes. 

Latino communities marginalized by planning processes often take community development into their own hands, particularly where policies like redlining and urban renewal interfere with robust economic and community development. Serving the internal needs of Latino communities, these activities include creating small, locally owned businesses, high levels of pedestrian activity, street vending and home-based selling, high density housing and accessory dwelling units, socially engaged front yards, and intense use of public space.

The APA-IL Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee (D/E/I Committee), in partnership with DePaul’s Chaddick Institute, will be hosting a live, in-person viewing of the Engagement Techniques for Latino Communities webinar. 

Thank you to the Chaddick Institute for sponsoring this viewing!

SPEAKERS

H. Fernando Burga. Fernando Burga is an Assistant Professor at the University of  Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs. His research, teaching  and service focus on immigration in urban planning with an emphasis on  Latino immigrants incorporation and food systems. 

James Rojas. James Rojas is an urban planner, community activist, and artist. He has developed an innovative public-engagement and community-visioning method that uses art-making as its medium.

Christina Patiño Houle. Christina Patino Sukhgian Houle’s practice places special emphasis on issues of equity, decolonization of the imagination and productive fictions. She has created work for The Second City Chicago (IL), Movement Research (NY) and the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics (NY) .

AGENDA

1:00 Networking

1:30 - 3:00 Webinar

3:30 Post-webinar discussion (optional)

COST

  • $15 Non-members
  • $10 Members
  • Free for students and educators
  • Scholarships available - contact diversity@ilapa.org

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CREDITS

CM | 1.5

NOTES:

Seats are limited.

If you have questions or need to cancel, please contact diversity@ilapa.org

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