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Radical Mapping: The Self-Determined Society
How can mapping tools and concepts be used to realize self-determined visions in Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities? This panel will bring together an international group of creative mappers and planners to discuss how they invite community participation in decision-making processes about the preservation and sustainability of BIPOC communities. Featuring Laura Bustillos Jáquez, Steve DeRoy, Sadra Shahab, and Armando Sullivan. Moderated by Stephanie Johnson-Cunningham.


Radical Mapping: Making Meaning in our Communities (April 15 & 16) is a virtual public program exploring how Black, Indigenous, and POC communities can creatively use practices like cultural asset mapping, cartography, and archiving to invest in and make meaning of our neighborhoods. This three-part event will gather artists, historians, mapmakers, local leaders, and community members. Together, we will learn how mapping concepts and methods can democratize decision-making processes about our neighborhoods' preservation and sustainability.


To attend Part 1 of Radical Mapping: Radical Mapping: Fireside Chat with Julie Mehretu (April 15, 6pm), please register here:

To attend Part 3 of Radical Mapping: Where is Home on the Map? (April 16, 4:30pm), please register here:

Apr 16, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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