Amber Wiley Shares Her Research on Social Justice and Historic Preservation

13 Feb 2021 9:10 AM | Christine R Henry (Administrator)

VAF Amber Wiley has been active in sharing her significant body of work on historic preservation and social justice.  On January 23 she was part of a panel hosted by ULCA Architecture and Design students titled “Toward an Anti-Racist Architecture.”  On January 27-28 she was part of the UMD Conference “Re-Centering the Margins: Justice and Equity in Historic Preservation”  and an interview with Amber appeared in the January 25 issue of the Architect’s Newspaper where she spoke about her work for an upcoming book Concrete Solutions: Architecture, Activism, and Black Power titled School’s in Session: Washington, DC’s unique political status reflected in the design of its schools.”

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