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Advocacy Planning began in the 1960's when urban planners joined the Civil Rights movement to fight community displacement. Today advocates for social and environmental justice work in a broad array of disciplines, including social work, public health, urban policy, and the social sciences. Speakers from Boston, New York and Los Angeles will explore new issues and approaches to advocacy.
CCPD Director, professor of Urban Affairs and Planning, Hunter College
WHAT IS ADVOCACY PLANNING?
Professor Emerita of Community Planning, College of Public and Community Service
University of Massachusetts, Boston
Associate Director for Environment
Office of mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa, Los Angeles
THE FUTURE OF ADVOCACY
With Comments By:
Professor of Urban Planning, Pratt Institute
Executive Director, UPROSE
Co-Chair, NYC Environmental Justice Alliance
Sponsored by the Independence Community Foundation and Progressive Planning Magazine
Added by nolandgrab on October 25, 2006