Baltimore Architecture Foundation and Baltimore Heritage kick off Doors Open Baltimore and the opening of the SAY IT LOUD Maryland exhibition with Dr. Lawrence Brown, author of The Black Butterfly: The Harmful Politics of Race and Space in America.
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Dr. Brown will put Baltimore under a microscope, looking at the causes of segregation and drawing on extensive research of data and policy. Brown will demonstrate how data visualization can be a tool to distribute resources to communities in need, and speak to the roles of design, planning, and preservation in healing and restoring redlined Black neighborhoods.
Dr. Brown’s presentation will be followed by a discussion and Q&A moderated by author and journalist Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson. Participating discussants include:
Seema Iyer, Ph.D, Associate Director of the Jacob France Institute, University of Baltimore
Tom Liebel, FAIA, Vice-President of Moseley Architects and CHAP Commission Chair
Nakita Reed, AIA, Associate, Quinn Evans Architects
A limited number of signed copies of The Black Butterfly: The Harmful Politics of Race and Space in America are available through the Baltimore Architecture Foundation bookstore at the Baltimore Center for Architecture and Design. Books can be purchased using one of the Eventbrite ticket options, either “Delivery” or Pick Up.” Further details on getting your book will be included in the confirmation email. Questions? Reach out to Nathan Dennies at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doors Open Baltimore 2021 includes a month’s worth of virtual and in-person programming. Visit www.doorsopenbaltimore.org for more information.