• Nov 14, 2018

Dispatches from the Front Lines of Community Justice: Beloved Streets of America

  • 12:00-1:00pm
  • Lewis Hall, Room 214A, Harvard Law School, 1557 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA

A look at the spatial, racial, and economic disinvestment found on the more than 900 streets across the United States named for Dr. King. Join us for a discussion that imagines ways to design and implement plans for revitalization.

Melvin White, Founder and CEO of Beloved Streets of America (St. Louis, MO) will be joined in conversation by Dr. Lance McCarthy, founder of Ferguson 1000/ Global 1000, Derek R. Lauer, aia, of Lauer Architecture Progressive Design, and Brandon Cosby, Executive Director of Flanner House (Indianapolis, IN).

Lunch provided. Cosponsored by the HLS Urbanists and the Transformative Justice Program.