The Urban Democracy Lab, UDL Student Organizers and Gallatin's Diversity Council, invite student organizers to participate in the BlackSpace Manifesto Talk and Workshop, facilitated by BlackSpace Urbanist Collective.
A leader in urbanist experiences, neighborhood strategy, and customized learning, BlackSpace co-creates bespoke projects to acknowledge, amplify and preservenBlack life in the built environment.
The BlackSpace Manifesto is a series of principles inspired by the teachings of Adrienne Maree Brown and founding members to guide ethical and culturally responsible methods for collaboration and co-creation. Learn their method and work with your peers to apply it to execute student-led initiatives, actions, events, projects this year.
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