May/06 Lecture
Equitable Resilience Portal

Equitable Resilience Portal

The Norman B. Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism (LCAU) is thrilled to announce the launch of the Equitable Resilience Portal. Please join us on Friday 6, May at 12:00-1:30pm for a (virtual) launch party.

Webcast: https://web.mit.edu/webcast/lcau/s22/1/
Live-streamed on twitter: https://twitter.com/MITLCAU

Creating more equitable approaches to urban resilience requires new forms of knowledge production, new decision-making methods, new conceptualizations of power and governance, and new urban and architectural design typologies aimed at solving the unique, highly situated challenges faced by the most vulnerable. As these innovative forms of new knowledge emerge, the Equitable Resilience Portal aims to gather these key concepts, insights, case studies and resources on the topics: Forms of Power; Community-based Resilience; Resilience Practices (In-place and Through Relocation). The portal will act as a living resource, continually evolving as this field develops in theory and in practice. Join us on Friday 6-May to learn more!

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12:00pm 
EQUITABLE RESILIENCE INITIATIVE
 introduced by Sarah Williams, Daniela Coray



12:15pm 
PANEL DISCUSSION ON EQUITABLE RESILIENCE
 with Zach Lamb, Marie Law Adams, James L. Wescoat. Moderated by Sarah Williams



1:00pm 
Q&A with MALDEN RIVER WORKS including 
Karen Buck, Amber Christoffersen, Marie Law Adams, Marcia Manong, Evan Spetrini, Kathleen Vandiver



1:20pm 
CLOSING REMARKS with Daniela Coray


Equitable Resilience Portal