From Ally to Accomplice: How to actively use your power and privilege to improve Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the planning profession - Metropolitan Planning Council

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From Ally to Accomplice: How to actively use your power and privilege to improve Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the planning profession

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Recently, many planning professionals and advocates have had to come to grips with how their work within the built environment can help to perpetuate institutional racism and injustice. With this new revelation, it’s more important than ever to take an active role in dismantling systems that do not protect society’s most vulnerable communities. This workshop with MUSE Community + Design pinpoints actions for how self-identified allies can leverage their power and privilege to create meaningful advancements towards diversity, equity, and inclusion within their organizations.

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