Expert panel discussed impact of race in community design Nov. 7

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Expert panel discussed impact of race in community design Nov. 7

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A panel of African-American planning and design professionals from some of the nation’s most diverse metropolitan areas discussed how race impacts community development in “Race and Community Design,” an F. E. Giesecke Lecture Series event November Nov. 7 in the Texas A&M College of Architecture's Technical Reference Center.

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The People Issue

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The People Issue

Washington City Paper, November 6, 2015

Excerpt: Veronica O. Davis looks out the window of a coffee shop and declares, with a smile, “Oh, there goes one of my projects!” She’s talking about a bus ad for Vision Zero, a traffic-safety initiative spearheaded by the District Department of Transportation, for which Davis consults. The ad’s branding is a key to how Davis, the cofounder of consulting firm Nspiregreen, thinks about D.C.: as an urban center where people get around in different yet coexisting ways. An avid cyclist herself, Davis also co-founded Black Women Bike in 2011. 

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Inspiring People: Veronica O. Davis

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Inspiring People: Veronica O. Davis

Black Urbanist, November 2, 2014

Excerpt: There are tons of Jills-of-all trades out here. Moms, daughters, sisters, cousins, people juggling a lot of hats and doing it well. You really see that when it comes to blogging. And my first pick for my new Inspiring People Series is just one of many who makes the juggling act look easy and fabulous.

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