Humphrey School alum,Neeraj Mehta, makes the case for equitable community development and neighborhood revitalization.
Which leads me to the discussion on equity and creative placemaking. When we talk about creative placemaking and its role in increasing vibrancy and revitalizing neighborhoods, we need to ask much deeper questions and strive for much more explicit goals. Specifically, how is our creative placemaking benefiting low-income communities and communities of color?
Next American City
October 23, 2012