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THE HISTORY OF THE COOPER SQUARE COMMITTEE + WHY COMMUNITY LAND TRUSTS ARE NECESSARY TO SUSTAIN AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN NYC Kellen Auditorium – New School – 66 5th Ave, nyc FRANCES GOLDIN Cooper Square Committee Founder VALERIO ORSELLI Director of the CS Mutual Housing Association HARRIET PUTTERMAN Chairwoman of the CS CLT BOD LYNN LEWIS…
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Structures for Inclusion 14

Structures for Inclusion 2014 See Change. Be Change. Broadcasting and Forecasting. Join us for Structures for Inclusion 2014, a convening of the boldest, most daring architects and designers committed to social change. Work alongside professionals and students from design and the social sciences, learn new tools and skills, and participate in a dynamic discussion about…
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ALESSANDRA CIANCHETTA / AWP Paris

CLASS TALK @ The School of Design Strategies | Urban Theory Lab ALESSANDRA CIANCHETTA/ AWP Paris Tuesday, March 11, 7pm 66 5th Avenue, 6th floor, Room 603 Alessandra Cianchetta is an architect, urbanist, and founding partner of AWP, Paris, the award-winning practice –an “agence de reconfiguration territoriale”– that works across scales and genres: from the 160…
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Cities and Citizenship

Cities and Citizenship A pervasive absence of decisive political action on climate change, despite a rich trove of knowledge about its potentially dangerous consequences since at least the 1970s, combined with the failure of successive global summits to reach adequate resolution affects us all. Where do design and environmentalism cross over to make an impact…
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Structures for Inclusion

Structures for Inclusion ’14

Structures for Inclusion 2014 See Change. Be Change. Broadcasting and Forecasting. Join us for Structures for Inclusion 2014, a convening of the boldest, most daring architects and designers committed to social change. Work alongside professionals and students from design and the social sciences, learn new tools and skills, and participate in a dynamic discussion about…
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URBAN CONVERGENCES Housing Justice, Left Governments, and Lessons from the Global South – Sept. 27–29

Following hard-won liberation struggles against various forms of colonialism, India, Brazil, and South Africa have now emerged as power players on the global stage. While their governments are imbued with the history and rhetoric of past left movements, these countries’ major cities are spaces of contestation, pitting the need for universal housing, water and electricity…
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CONCURRENT URBANITIES 3

MAY 16, 8-9:30pm Kellen Auditorium Concurrent Urbanities brings together designers, artists, architects, urbanists, planners, non-profit and non-governmental organizations, civic and community activists, with government representatives and the private sector, in order to explore new roles that artists and designers play in encouraging processes of radical democratization, forms of socio-spatial resistance, as well promoting economic equity…
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