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On this Fourth of July, Remember that Public Space is Democracy’s Great Stage
Making public space unwelcome is a perversion of its purpose, writes ASLA president Wendy Miller in this op-ed. Too often over the past few weeks, the central promise of the civic realm has been turned on its head.
Architects Leading the Way to Racial Justice
The fight for equality is reaching a tipping point. Metropolis highlights Black architects, educators, and thinkers moving us toward racial justice.
How to Get More Minority Students in Architecture? Look to 1968
Columbia University's radical experiments of the late 1960s were tremendously successful in recruiting and retaining minority students. Can we apply them again today?
Spotlight: Five Asian American Women in Design
While women of color continue to face challenges in the design professions, these five designers are scaling new heights—and should be on your radar.
Architect and Politician Harvey Gantt Honored With AIA Award
A look at the legacy of Harvey Gantt, architect, politician, and pioneer in civil rights