Interboro Partners analyzes city's INclusion/EXclusion aspects in their "Arsenal of Exclusion & Inclusion"
It is with great pleasure The Commonist introduces a series of posts entitled INclusion/EXclusion.
A few books we're reading as part of this month's INclusion/EXclusion series
In reality, ignorance and insensitivity exists in any profession, but the architect community continues to lag behind as minority architects only account for 1-2% of architects.
Have you ever heard of the anti-gentrification movement? Well if you haven’t yet you might pretty soon as the activist momentum gains energy that highly resembles the Occupy movement.
By keeping children indoors, we are depriving them of an important source of learning that cannot be provided by school or home
"Pause + Effect" -- the notion of making reflection and revision a part of the creative process.
Having fun is critical to our physical and mental well being, but it's also vital for our communities.
No Longer Empty, a nonprofit out of NYC, works with community members, socially-conscious artists and educators to craft resilient communities through art.
The Tulane School of Architecture in New Orleans is strongly focused on public service design and positive engagement in the local community.
We call upon students and recent graduates to submit works, both written and graphic, focusing on the social implications of design.