Social Justice Pioneer Carl Anthony on the Intersections of Race and Urbanism

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at 10:00 AM
Carl Anthony and Paloma Pavel of Earth House Center. (Photo: Carl Anthony)

Environmental and social justice activist Carl Anthony draws on decades of experience as an architect in his new book, “The Earth, the City, and the Hidden Narrative of Race.” The book, part memoir and part tutorial, grapples with questions of urban democratization and sustainability in the context of shifting social norms and changing environmental realities. Anthony joins us to discuss his life's work and strategies for enhancing equity in a changing world.

Guests:

Carl Anthony, founder of Earth House Center; co-founder, Breakthrough Communities Project; author, “The Earth, the City, and the Hidden Narrative of Race"

Paloma Pavel, president, Earth House Center; co-founder Breakthrough Communities Project

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