NPC17 Program: 2017 National Planning Conference
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Latino planners can face a number of distinct professional challenges. Identify the biggest professional development challenges you face as a Latino planner and explore how to address these challenges. Share your experiences and develop contacts with other Latinos in the planning profession.
Counter spaces allow individuals from racial and ethnic minorities to gather together to share and validate their experiences in dominant culture settings. This poster showcases a mapping project that details the accessibility of counter spaces for Latinx communities in Madison, Wisconsin.
Alexandra Ramirez Stege | Ivan Enzo Cabrera