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“Write to Change the World” workshop coming to Denver February 27th

“Write to Change the World” workshop coming to Denver February 27th

The OpEd Project is bringing its “Write to Change the World” workshop to Denver on February 27th from 10am-5pm. The workshop, which is offered in 15 cities nationwide, is coming to Colorado for the just the second time ever. If you, or someone [...]

The Guardian | If women built cities, what would our urban landscape look like?

The Guardian | If women built cities, what would our urban landscape look like?

“'The thing that’s stuck with me was Le Corbusier’s idea that everyone should work to a human scale, which you can’t really argue with – but the figure he used to show how this worked was six feet tall! Generally speaking women are [...]

Atlantic | It Is Expensive to Be Poor

Atlantic | It Is Expensive to Be Poor

Binita Pradham is a single mother who runs a food business and raises her 4-year-old son. (Barbara Reis) "...in some ways, it is actually more expensive to be poor than not poor. If you can’t afford the first month’s rent and security deposit [...]

The Atlantic Cities | Jane Jacobs and the Power of Women Planners

The Atlantic Cities | Jane Jacobs and the Power of Women Planners

"Too many people today claim they plan according to Jacobs' precepts while embracing Robert Moses’ pursuit of big, bold visions. Jacobs, of course, thought big too, but in a different way from Moses – not big demolition and car-based projects [...]