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    The terminus of I-16 cuts into the historic core of Savannah, and removal of a flyover would help to heal the wounds of 1960s destruction in a minority and immigrant neighborhood.

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    CNU is thrilled to bring our 31st annual Congress to one of the most diverse, vibrant cities in the American Southeast with deep roots in new urbanism – the Queen City of Charlotte, North Carolina.

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    Join us as muster all our imagination, will and creativity to identify projects, case studies, strategies and tactics to design resilient and equitable cities and towns.

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CNU 29 Plenary:
Designing for Justice

Deanna Van Buren of the nonprofit design studio Designing Justice + Designing Spaces shares the initiatives of recent work in her practice as it relates to addressing racial equity and the role of the designer in unbuilding racism in the U.S.

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