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From Acknowledgement to Action, Session 1: Using the video “Segregated by Design,” panelists explore the land use policies and practices that enabled real estate development to flourish while catering to White people and excluding Black people.

Featured Speakers: Monica Chadha, Founder and Principal, Civic Projects Phillip Sangokoya, Management Consultant, BRAND of St. Louis Breanca Merritt, Director of the Center for Research on Inclusion and Social Policy, Clinical Assistant Professor, Indiana University Public Policy Institute Moderator: Brian Hurd, Adjunct Professor, Planning Sustainable and Racially Equitable Urban Communities, Washington University in St. Louis, University College – Sustainability Program

Webinar Summary: From Acknowledgement to Action, Session 1: Using the video “Segregated by Design,” panelists explore the land use policies and practices that enabled real estate development to flourish while catering to White people and excluding Black people.

Featured Speakers: Monica Chadha, Founder and Principal, Civic Projects Phillip Sangokoya, Management Consultant, BRAND of St. Louis Breanca Merritt, Director of the Center for Research on Inclusion and Social Policy, Clinical Assistant Professor, Indiana University Public Policy Institute Moderator: Brian Hurd, Adjunct Professor, Planning Sustainable and Racially Equitable Urban Communities, Washington University in St. Louis, University College – Sustainability Program

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