Neighborhoods First: Community Action for Equitable City Planning

The College of Social Sciences and Public Policy's Wicked Webinar series presents a panel discussion led by Assistant Professor of Urban and Regional Planning Tisha Holmes and featuring leaders of Tallahassee's Providence Neighborhood Association (PNA):  Walter McDonald III (President), Rahni Wright (Past President), Leslie Harris (Past President), Monet Moore and Dr. Vanessa Byrd.

As communities of color in Tallahassee are mobilizing to envision new futures for their neighborhoods, the pathways that communities can take to engage with the city planning process vary. The panel will discuss the process of building community capacity for engagement, the possibilities and limitations of community partnerships, and the prospects for sustaining community engagement during and after a global pandemic. 

This webinar will offer insights into PNA's community mobilization strategies that can be transferable to other neighborhoods.  

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Register at this link. You will receive a Zoom link to join the webinar.

Thursday, February 25 at 5:30pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Webinars, Free to the Public

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Colleges, College of Social Sciences and Public Policy, Social Sciences and Public Policy

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https://coss.fsu.edu/news/wicked-webi...

Cost

Free

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All Audiences
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#fsudurp

Contact Name:

Tisha Holmes

Contact Email

ttholmes@fsu.edu

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