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FORWARD LA: Race, Arts, and Inclusive Placemaking after the 1992 Civil Unre...

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Radisson Midtown at USC, Los Angeles

3540 South Figueroa Street

Los Angeles, CA 90007

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April 27-28, 2017


Our conference, Race, Arts, and Inclusive Placemaking after the 1992 Civil Unrest, takes stock at the 25th anniversary of the 1992 LA Civil Unrest, a seminal moment which sparked a national discussion about the conflicts in our cities. Since then, Los Angeles has been rebuilding itself in important ways that are timely to add to the nation’s current discussion about racial injustice, freedom, and opportunity in the city.

We bring together academics, activists, community members, and artists to share rich data-driven stories of neighborhood change, of catalytic alliances between social movement organizations, and the role that arts and culture have played in transforming LA’s built environment and inter-cultural understanding. We also grapple with the new permutations of persistent urban challenges such as development without displacement, police-community trust, and building relationships between generations of movements, organizations, and communities.

Co-Organizers include:

Sol Price Center for Social Innovation
SLAB: the Spatial Analysis Lab of USC Price
USC Program for Environmental and Regional Equity (PERE)
USC RAP: Race, Arts, and Placemaking Faculty Collaborative USC Dornsife Alumni Relations

The first day of the conference will explore the ways in which demographics, data, social innovation, and local economic opportunity are shaping unique challenges and opportunities within Los Angeles communities. The second day will focus on the ways that innovative Angelenos' arts and culture practices have helped to rebuild redemptive spaces in LA through food, arts, cinema, media, music, and performance. Simultaneous interpretation provided by Antena Los Ángeles. La interpretación simultanea estará a cargo de Antena Los Ángeles.

The $100 registration fee includes two days of dynamic speakers, ample time for networking as well as continental breakfast, served lunch, and parking. Generous sponsors have provided complimentary registration ($12 daily parking fee not included) for students,faculty, and a limited number for community members. Please contact Stacia Fewox for complimentary registration: fewox@usc.edu.

For schedule and speakers, view our conference website.

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Radisson Midtown at USC, Los Angeles

3540 South Figueroa Street

Los Angeles, CA 90007

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