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Insights & Impact Forum: Transformative wealth building in BIPOC neighborhoods
December 7, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm$30
Centuries of intentional practices by individuals, businesses, and government institutions have resulted in significant gaps in Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) ownership of homes, land, and businesses. Additionally, as urban, BIPOC neighborhoods became surrounded by transportation systems and legacy industrial sites, they were choked off from more desirable land.
Join our Insights & Impact conversation about the opportunities and challenges to building wealth in urban communities that are home to BIPOC people. Keynote speaker Paul Bauknight will discuss his work and research in the area of developing wealth in BIPOC communities. His philosophy is that “architecture is about more than just making the buildings, particularly in communities that don’t have power and wealth. It’s also about understanding how those buildings get made from a policy standpoint, and how development works economically.”
Our panel will engage the audience, invite curiosity, and foster valuable conversation. Learn about systems changes, knowledge transfer, equity building, and professional diversification taking place to support our urban, BIPOC neighborhoods as they build out to reflect the breadth and depth of talent and creativity within.
Online registration is now closed. In-person attendees can same-day register at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. If you are interested in participating online, contact Rachel Geissinger at 612-334-3388 ext. 8122.
- Paul Bauknight, Center for Transformative Urban Design (Keynote)
- Alexa Bush, The Kresge Foundation
- Karla Henderson, City of Bloomington, Minnesota
- Sarah McKinley, Democracy Collaborative
- Heather Worthington, Worthington Advisors LLC (Moderator)
- The parking lot is located 2572 2nd Ave S, the intersection of 26th Street East and Second Avenue South. The cost is $0.25/hour.
- Unrestricted parking spots are available on the streets surrounding campus.
- Handicap-accessible parking spaces are located off of 25th Street and Stevens Avenue South and at the intersection of 26th Street East and Second Avenue South.
MCAD COVID-19 policy
For high density events, community members are encouraged but not required to wear masks. For the most up-to-date information regarding MCAD policies and protocols regarding COVID-19, please visit mcad.edu/covid19.