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Monday, November 14, 2016 at 1:00 PM PST
Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at 11:55 PM PDT

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Francine Farrell 
APA California 

Diversity Summit: The History of Diversity and Planning in California  CM | 1.5 Ethics 

This session, traces the history of diversity in planning in California. The panel discusses discusses how planning for diverse communities has changed and how planners of color have experienced planning. The discussion focuses on diversity as it pertains to minorities, disadvantaged communities, genders, and ages in planning.



Anna M. Vidal, City Planner, Los Angeles Department of City Planning, Membership Inclusion Director for Southern California, APA California;

Veronica Siranosian, AICP, LEED GA, Transportation and Land Use Planning Manager, AECOM


George Davis, Executive Director, California African American Museum;

Brian Mooney, FAICP, Principal RICK Engineering/Community Planning Division;

David McNeill, Executive Officer, Baldwin Hills Conservancy;

Hilada Blanco, Phd, Interim Director, Center for Sustainable Cities at USC Sol Price School of Public Policy;

Todd D. Nguyen, Transportation/Environment Planner, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff

Certificate Maintenance

This webcast provides 1.5 Ethics credits towards meeting the AICP certificate maintenance program.

After viewing the video, go to the National APA website to view your CM log and request credit: My CM Log.