Robert Arku reflects on planning’s anti-Black history and how to move forward equitably

News 18 February 2022
by Mobilizing Justice

University of Toronto PhD student Robert Arku has published a piece for the Ontario Professional Planners’ Institute reflecting on what we can learn from the past to address anti-Black racism in planning. View his reflections here.

Robert Arku is affiliated with Mobilizing Justice’s Equitable Community Planning and Engagement working group. Follow him on twitter @arkunutifafa

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