Examining ‘Race, Arts, and Inclusive Placemaking’ 25 years after LA civil unrest

Gary Painter moderates a panel on “Data as a Driver of Social Innovation.” (Photo by Tom Queally)

Marking the 25th anniversary of the L.A. civil unrest, the USC Price Center for Social Innovation co-hosted a two-day conference bringing together academics, activists, community members and artists to explore the changes that have taken place in Los Angeles since 1992, as well as the additional work needed to realize a just and inclusive future. Forward LA: Race, Arts, and Inclusive Placemaking after the 1992 Civil Unrest took place on April 27-28, and was co-organized by the USC Price Center for Social Innovation, the Spatial Analysis Lab (SLAB) at the USC Price School of Public Policy, the USC Program for Environmental and Regional Equity (PERE), and the USC Race, Arts and Placemaking (RAP) Faculty Collaborative.

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