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BIPOC in the Built Wiki Edit-A-Thon: Grassroots Collectives + BIPOC Futurists

This is the first day in this week-long virtual event participants will build community while creating new and edit existing Wikipedia pages of BIPOC designers, activists, planners and others whose work is connected to the built environment. Attendees will participate in training and begin editing Wikipedia pages of BIPOC figures who have left their mark on the fields of art, architecture, art history, activism, dance, graphic design, landscape architecture, urban planning, urban design, and more.

BIPOC in the Built Wiki Edit-A-Thon: Grassroots Collectives + BIPOC Futurists

This is the first day in this week-long virtual event participants will build community while creating new and edit existing Wikipedia pages of BIPOC designers, activists, planners and others whose work is connected to the built environment. Attendees will participate in training and begin editing Wikipedia pages of BIPOC figures who have left their mark on the fields of art, architecture, art history, activism, dance, graphic design, landscape architecture, urban planning, urban design, and more.

BIPOC in the Built Wiki Edit-A-Thon: Grassroots Collectives + BIPOC Futurists

This is the first day in this week-long virtual event participants will build community while creating new and edit existing Wikipedia pages of BIPOC designers, activists, planners and others whose work is connected to the built environment. Attendees will participate in training and begin editing Wikipedia pages of BIPOC figures who have left their mark on the fields of art, architecture, art history, activism, dance, graphic design, landscape architecture, urban planning, urban design, and more.

BIPOC in the Built Wiki Edit-A-Thon: Grassroots Collectives + BIPOC Futurists

This is the first day in this week-long virtual event participants will build community while creating new and edit existing Wikipedia pages of BIPOC designers, activists, planners and others whose work is connected to the built environment. Attendees will participate in training and begin editing Wikipedia pages of BIPOC figures who have left their mark on the fields of art, architecture, art history, activism, dance, graphic design, landscape architecture, urban planning, urban design, and more.

BIPOC in the Built Wiki Edit-A-Thon: Grassroots Collectives + BIPOC Futurists

This is the first day in this week-long virtual event participants will build community while creating new and edit existing Wikipedia pages of BIPOC designers, activists, planners and others whose work is connected to the built environment. Attendees will participate in training and begin editing Wikipedia pages of BIPOC figures who have left their mark on the fields of art, architecture, art history, activism, dance, graphic design, landscape architecture, urban planning, urban design, and more.

One, Episode 17: Daniela Hart (Video Premiere)

In episode #17 of the Yale Schwarzman Center (YSC) web series, One, sound designer Daniela Hart YSD’21 talks with interviewer Taiga Christie YSPH’20 about connections between her academic and professional journeys. After working in the sound department of a video game company, Hart delved into designing for film, theater, dance, and other art forms. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, she co-produced Pandemic Voices, a series of choreographed performances highlighting the experiences of frontline healthcare workers. This episode of One includes several excerpts from Pandemic Voices.

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