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Undoing Racism Workshop in Baltimore

Unknown Studio’s Meg Baldwin has been invited to participate in Undoing Racism, a workshop facilitated by The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond, a national multiracial, antiracist network dedicated to ending racism and institutional oppression. Through dialogue, reflection, strategic planning and presentations, this intensive process will challenge participants to analyze the structures of power and privilege that hinder social equity and will prepare them to be effective organizers for justice.

Unknown Studio believes that the discipline of Landscape Architecture has a role to play in progressive change and social equity. Landscape Architecture’s roots are firmly based in the reform movements of the 19th century, and we continue to have a leadership opportunity, both in self-examination and working to dismantle systemic racism, particularly through the design of public space.

The workshop will be held May 29-31st at our studio’s home base Open Works in the Greenmount West neighborhood of Baltimore. Click here for more information.

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