Three Models of Reparative Planning: A Comparative Analysis with Rashad Williams
DATE / TIME
Nov 02, 2022 - Nov 02, 2022
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
UTC/GMT -05:00 - America/Atikokan
As cities and states continue to experiment with reparations for the historical legacies of slavery and Jim Crow, an enduring question remains: how should subnational, particularly municipal, reparations be structured? In this comparative analysis, Williams discusses three actually existing models of reparative planning, linking each to debates within social and political theory. Register for this free event here.
This lecture is part of Cities@Tufts' Fall 2022 Colloquium series. Cities@Tufts is an ongoing cross-disciplinary academic initiative that recognizes Tufts as a leader in urban studies, planning and sustainability. This lecture series, hosted by professor Julian Agyeman, explores equity and diversity in urban planning and design and is made possible with support from The Kresge Foundation, Barr Foundation, Shift Foundation, and Shareable Donors. Lectures are scheduled on Wednesdays from 12-1 pm (EST) in the Spring and Fall semesters and feature a 30-min presentation and 30-min discussion. In order to increase the accessibility of this content, Shareable produces a human-corrected transcript, audio podcast, and video from each presentation in addition to making it possible for anyone to join the sessions live—at no cost.