Planning and a Pint - Can Government Reverse Segregation & Racial Disparity?

APA Wisconsin Chapter


Wednesday, January 27, 2016
8:39 a.m. - 8:39 a.m. CST

milwaukee, WI, United States

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This is a panel discussion, moderated by Marcus White, Vice President of Civic Engagement at the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, which brings together various stakeholders to examine the role of government officials in dealing with racial disparity in Milwaukee and beyond. The discussion will explore the historical context of segregation and examine ideas that planners and administrators can investigate to ameliorate disparities.  Following will be a moderated question and answer by Marcus White and finally an open discussion with the audience.

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Kirk Harris

PROFESSIONAL BIO Dr. Kirk E. Harris, MPA, JD, PHD, Esq. 708-955-3015 Dr. Kirk E. Harris is the first full-time tenured African-American faculty member in the Graduate Department of Urban Planning, in the School of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Wisconsin at ... Read More