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Women in Design: Twelve O'Clock Talks - How can architecture promote equity, diversity and inclusion?

**This gathering is via Zoom. Refer to the most recent Women in Design newsletter, or contact the committee directly for login info.**

Twelve O’Clock Talks:

How can architecture promote equity, diversity and inclusion?

Twelve O’Clock Talks is a reoccurring monthly discussion group during the stay-at-home order. Our next conversation will be this Thursday, June 11 from 12:00-1:00.

This week’s discussion will focus on architecture’s role in promoting equity, diversity and inclusion. How has your employer addressed discrimination and bias in the workplace? Does your firm have diversity, equity and inclusion goals? Have you experienced microaggressions or bias in the workplace and how did you deal with it? How can architects better respond to community needs and better include the community in the design process? What steps can the profession take to be more inclusive?

Suggested resources related to the topic:

A Conversation About Race | New York Times
AIA Guide for Equitable Practice: Chapter 1 Intercultural Competence | AIA
How to overcome biases? Walk boldly toward them | Verna Myers
Increasing Diversity in Architecture: Barriers of Entry | Architect

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Details

Date
June 11
Time
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Organizer

AIA Seattle
Phone
(206) 448-4938
Website
www.aiaseattle.org

Venue

Online
98101
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